Eighteen people have participated in the Training Course for Attention to Dependent People

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It has been given at the Local Development Center

The councilors of Promotion and Employment and Economic Development, Antonia Camacho and Juan José Cánovas, have concluded the Course of Attention to Dependent People, organized by the State Association of People and Caregivers in the Rural Environment "Intergenerational Solidarity", which has been held at the Local Development Center of Totana.

In this course, which has lasted 50 hours, a total of 18 people have finally participated and is financed by the European Union, the Ministry of Employment, Universities, Business and the Environment and the Regional Employment and Training Service, in collaboration with the Department of Economic Development, Development, Employment and Industry of the City of Totana and also with the collaboration of COAG-IR.

The objective of this training action has been to provide basic and permanent training to non-professional caregivers who care for people in situations of dependency, giving them knowledge about dependence, aging and necessary care, as well as the basic skills to possess.

The contents to be taught have been the following:

MF1- Foundations of Independent Living.

Life Proyect

UF1.

Dependency Law.

Personal assistance.

UF2.

Characteristics of People Receiving Personal Assistance.

UF3.

The dependence.

Main Causes

UF4.

Autonomy of the Dependent Person.

MF2- The Personal Assistant's Figure

UF1.

The Personal Assistant Figure.

UF2.

How to Become a Personal Assistant

MF3- Introduction to Support Products and Tools for Prevention.

UF1.

Orientations for the Care in the Basic and Instrumental Activities of the Daily Life.

UF2.

Main Aspects in the Care of the Person with Great Dependency.

MF4- Social Interaction.

Social Skills and Communication.

Empathy

UF1.

Social interaction.

Social Skills and Communication.

Control of Emotions.

UF2.

How to Stimulate the Dependent Person

MF5- Professional Relationship and Confidentiality.

Uf1.

Legal, Ethical and Legal Aspects of Personal Assistance.

MF6.

First aid.

Uf1.

Contact with First Aid.

MF7- Orientation for Employment.

In short, it has tried to train both non-professional caregivers of dependent people, as well as people who intend to direct their professional lives in this sector, with the aim of preparing them to develop this work.

At the end of the course, the participants have received their corresponding official diploma in charge of the municipal authorities responsible in this matter.

From the Department of Economic Development, Development, Employment and Industry are being taught more training activities of this topic and others.

In short, we will begin the course of Auxiliary Operations of Administrative and General Services for the unemployed and a Workshop on Social Networks of the Autonomous Community (CECARM).

For more information, you can call 968425003, or go to our service in Calle Huertos Nuevos, 5 "El Saladar" industrial estate in Totana.

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