Brighter Days Home Care LLC - Quality Professional Caregivers In Middle & East Tennessee   
2615 Medical Center Parkway
Suite 1560 Murfreesboro, TN 37129

(615) 560-1637
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Brighter Days Home Care
Always Caring. Always Here.

Family Caregiver Learning Center

Being a family caregiver for a spouse, parent, child or loved one takes time, effort and work. You may not always have the answers, know what to expect, or how to react. Now, with our Family Learning Center™, you have a resource available for accurate information to make it easier to care for your loved one… and yourself.

Brighter Days Home care is excited to offer these educational courses at no charge to our community.  Please call (615) 560-1637 or fill out form below for log in credentials.

The following is a list of topics / courses offered to family caregivers:

  • Fam101 – Becoming a Caregiver
  • Fam102 – Tasks of a Caregiver
  • Fam103 – Communicating with Others
  • Fam104 – Understanding Senior Rights
  • Fam105 – Promoting Personal Independence
  • Fam106 – Understanding Elder Abuse
  • Fam107 – Human Needs and Development
  • Fam108 – Body Systems and the Aging Process
  • Fam109 – Common Chronic Diseases
  • Fam110 – Common Communicable Diseases
  • Fam111 – Handling Difficult Situations and Behaviors, part-1
  • Fam112 – Handling Difficult Situations and Behaviors, part-2
  • Fam113 – First Aid- Burns and Poisons
  • Fam114 – First Aid- Choking and Falling
  • Fam115 – First Aid- Heart Attack and Shock
  • Fam116 – First Aid- Other Sudden Emergencies
  • Fam117 – First Aid- Stroke and Wounds
  • Fam118 – Controlling Infection
  • Fam119 – Environmental Hazards and Safeties
  • Fam120 – Promoting and Maintaining Good Mobility
  • Fam121 – Nutrition and Hydration
  • Fam122 – Providing Personal Care
  • Fam123 – Helping Around the House
  • Fam124 – Providing Skin Care
  • Fam125 – Measuring Vital Signs
  • Fam126 – Observation, Reporting and Recording
  • Fam127 – End of Life Care
  • Fam128 – Avoiding Caregiver Stress
  • Fam129 – Signs and Symptoms
  • Fam130 – In their Shoes- A Person’s Perspective
  • Fam131 – What Families Should Know
  • Fam132 – Diagnosis and the Caregivers Role
  • Fam133 – Learning to Communicate
  • Fam134 – Daily Care Skills
  • Fam135 – Practicing Good Hygiene
  • Fam136 – Environment is Important
  • Fam137 – Creating a Calming, Restful Environment
  • Fam138 – Activities for Special People
  • Fam139 – Household Chores can be Fun
  • Fam140 – Preventing Weight Loss
  • Fam141 – Improving Diet and Nutrition
  • Fam142 – Challenging Behaviors – Prevention
  • Fam143 – Challenging Behaviors – Priorities and Protocols
  • Fam144 – Challenging Behaviors – Violence and Aggression
  • Fam145 – After an Event
  • Fam146 – Managing Pain and Non-Verbal cues
  • Fam147 – Assessment and Care Planning
  • Fam148 – Documenting Care
  • Fam149 – Wandering – Staying Safe
  • Fam150 – Making the Move
  • Fam151 – Journey from Guilt to Joy
  • Fam152 – Fall Prevention for Older Adults
  • Tips101 – Alzheimer’s Caregiving Tips- Changes in Communication Skills
  • Tips102 – Alzheimer’s Caregiving Tips- Changes in Intimacy and Sexuality
  • Tips103 – Alzheimer’s Caregiving Tips- Coping with Agitation and Aggression
  • Tips105 – Alzheimer’s Caregiving Tips- Disaster Preparedness
  • Tips106 – Alzheimer’s Caregiving Tips- Driving Safety
  • Tips107 – Alzheimer’s Caregiving Tips- End of Life Care
  • Tips108 – Alzheimer’s Caregiving Tips- Exercise and Physical Activity
  • Tips109 – Alzheimer’s Caregiving Tips- Going Out
  • Tips110 – Alzheimer’s Caregiving Tips- Grooming and Dressing
  • Tips111 – Alzheimer’s Caregiving Tips- Hallucinations, Delusions and Paranoia
  • Tips112 – Alzheimer’s Caregiving Tips- Healthy Eating
  • Tips113 – Helping Family and Friends Understand Alzheimer’s Disease
  • Tips114 – Helping Kids Understand Alzheimer’s Disease
  • Tips115 – Alzheimer’s Caregiving Tips- Holiday Hints
  • Tips116 – Alzheimer’s Caregiving Tips- Incontinence
  • Tips117 – Alzheimer’s Caregiving Tips- Managing Medicines
  • Tips119 – Alzheimer’s Caregiving Tips- Money Problems
  • Tips120 – Alzheimer’s Caregiving Tips- Rummaging and Hiding Things
  • Tips121 – Alzheimer’s Caregiving Tips- Wandering
  • Tips122 – Alzheimer’s Caregiving Tips- Bathing
  • Tips123 – Alzheimer’s Caregiving Tips- Caring for Yourself
  • Tips124 – Quick Tips- Activities and Enrichment
  • Tips125 – Quick Tips- Advanced Skills for the most Challenging Behaviors
  • Tips126 – Quick Tips- Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia
  • Tips127 – Quick Tips- Appraisal and Care Planning Skills
  • Tips128 – Quick Tips- Daily Care Skills
  • Tips129 – Quick Tips- Effective Basic Communications
  • Tips130 – Quick Tips- Environment is Important
  • Tips132 – Quick Tips- Managing Challenging Behaviors
  • Tips133 – Quick Tips- Understanding Death and Dying
  • VBCS112 – Blood Pressure
  • VBCS117 – Applying Elastic Stockings
  • VBCS118 – Bathing
  • VBCS119 – Bed Bath
  • VBCS120 – Bedpan
  • VBCS121 – Denture Care
  • VBCS122 – Dressing
  • VBCS123 – Gloves on and off
  • VBCS124 – Grooming Hair
  • VBCS125 – Hand Washing
  • VBCS126 – Leaving the Room
  • VBCS127 – Making an Occupied Bed
  • VBCS128 – Nail Care
  • VBCS129 – Oral Hygiene
  • VBCS130 – Pain
  • VBCS131 – Perineal Care
  • VBCS132 – Positioning
  • VBCS133 – Privacy and Preferences
  • VBCS134 – Promoting Independence
  • VBCS135 – Pulse
  • VBCS136 – Range of Motion
  • VBCS137 – Respiration
  • VBCS138 – Shampooing Hair in Bed
  • VBCS139 – Shaving
  • VBCS140 – Skin Care
  • VBCS141 – Temperature
  • VBCS142 – Vital Signs

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