Conversations on Caregiving – Respite is a contact sport, not a spectator sport
Podcast 2 – Respite is a contact sport, not a spectator sport.
In this second podcast in the ARCH series, Conversations on Caregiving, Melissa Leisen and Christine McGrane introduce their college- and university-based pediatric respite programs in Virginia, and in Rhode Island. Melissa and Christine describe how these two programs were created, and the benefits for both caregiving families and nursing students in training. Important for workforce development, Melissa and Christine discuss training content and process, and the qualities and skills students acquire and carry forward with them in their careers after having trained in pediatric respite programs.
- ARCH Innovative and Exemplary Respite: Claude Moore Precious Time
- Claude Moore Precious Time: A Pediatric Respite Care Program
- ARCH Innovative and Exemplary Respite: Rhode Island CareBreaks
- Youtube Video: CareBreaks –– Nursing Students as Respite Providers
- Rhode Island Office of Healthy Aging: CareBreaks
- Rhode Island Office of Healthy Aging: Lifespan Respite
Christine McGrane MS, RN, CNE, University of Rhode Island
Melissa Leisen, Ph.D., RN, Assistant Professor , Marymount University
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