Tip #7: Preventing Caregiver Burnout
By the end of 2021, at least 20 percent of healthcare employees had quit their jobs because they felt burned out or demoralized. Caregivers often have a lot on their plate. They have to provide physical and emotional support to their patients, but they also have to manage prescription medications and medical equipment. It can be a lot to handle, and caregiver stress is a very real phenomenon.
Caregiver continuing education can help reduce burnout by providing caregivers with the tools and resources to manage patient care. For example, by taking courses on time management, caregivers can learn how to juggle multiple responsibilities effectively.
Classes specifically designed for your agency's caregivers can give them the knowledge and skills to feel more confident at work. In addition, they can connect with other caregivers who understand what they're going through.
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