This webinar features Ray Miller – Director of Risk & Safety Solutions, Direct Supply and Jeanna Swiatkowski – Senior Design Consultant, Aptura.
Bullying, widely recognized in school age children, ranging from verbal to physical, is also a problem for adults living in communal settings. LTC organizations are developing an increased awareness of its impact on residents.
When present, residents are at increased risk for physical and psycho-social problems. Care providers can reduce the incidence of bullying through environmental, education, organizational, and programmatic changes, and interventions.
This session provides important information on how to define/recognize bullying and identify its impact on the health and well-being of your residents. We will explore actions and interventions that can be implemented immediately in your community.
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