CONTACT HOURS: 1.50
AOTA CEUs: 0.15
You Are Not Enrolled In This Course.
What is grief? What are normal grief responses? What is involved in the final life transition—death? These are some of the questions that will be discussed in this course. The role of culture, palliative and hospice care, advance directives, and the role of spirituality in death and dying will be described. Interactions, healing strategies, and rituals that use the senses and bring comfort and peace for the dying will also be explored.
The goal of this course is to provide the health care professional with an understanding of the psychological, physical, social, and spiritual aspects of death and dying for older adults.Course Objectives - Upon completion you will be able to do the following:
Nurses, health care professionals, and interested individualsCriteria for Successful Completion
Complete the course post exam (CE Test) with a score of 80% or greater. Complete all fields of the course Evaluation Form.
Certificate of Completion is provided for individual courses once the course post exam is passed per criteria above.
Certificate of Completion is provided for certificate programs once all of the courses within the certificate program have been successfully completed per criteria above.
Practice Level (For Occupational Therapy Only): Intermediate
Content Focus (For Occupational Therapy Only): Domain of OT
Commercial Support No commercial support has been received for this activity.
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