The class is developed in providing a holistic approach to health care needs to our growing native population. How to develop and teach preventive services for our elder that are culture specific; now that more families are having to work the elder is left alone are having to have non family members come to their home. What best practices are set up for the elder in their homes concerning; diet and nutrition; fall prevention, activities to promote health wellness; physical activity and mental alertness; elder abuse what signs to look for and what to do about it.
A three day workshop set up to focus on the needs of our rapidly expanding elder population and to protect our greatest resource is our Native American elders.
To provide professional development opportunities to the hundreds of Native professionals who will be at the INFR, Falmouth Institute will deliver training sessions November 8-11, 2016 (8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.) before the rodeo begins each day.
11/8/2016 - Tools for Effective Management for Tribal Professionals
11/8/2016 - Key Tips of Robert's Rules of Order
11/9/2016 - The Fundamentals of Customer Service Excellence
11/9/2016 - The Essentials of Microsoft Office
11/10/2016 - Assert Yourself! Communicating with Confidence
11/10/2016 - Essentials of Records Management
11/11/2016 - An Introduction to Indian Law
11/11/2016 - Time Management for Busy Tribal Professionals
Falmouth Institute is pleased to be a scholarship sponsor of INFR 2016. Your participation in these classes supports the achievements of Native students through the INFR scholarship program.