Join us for the final (free) warm-up before the 7th European Labour Mobility Congress (Warm up!). One of the leading themes of the ELMC is the future of cross-border home care services.
Training and support of caregivers and standardization of live-in care services
- What do caregivers need?
- What are caregivers’ FAQs?
- How to match the qualifications of caregivers to the needs of the seniors? – Dementia, paralysis, aphasia, diabetes…: it’s all the same.
- Does increasing expenditure on training reduce recruitment costs? – Invest in reliable and stable staff
- Randomness – the worst feature of care services
- How to protect caregivers from extending their duties to housework?
- Care services of divers quality
- Economics of the live-in care services
- European Pillar of Social Rights – #18 Everyone has the right to affordable long-term care, in particular home care and community-based care
Marek Benio, PhD – Lawyer and Economist. Vice President of Labour Mobility Initiative Association. Honorary Member of the Polish Social Security Association. Academic teacher. Expert in social security and labour law. Author of research and key legal opinions on the enforcement and basic Posting of Workers Directives and social security coordination. Participant of public consultations. Contributor to many international research and training programmes. Author of numerous publications on social security, labour law, public economy and administration. Supervisor of over 200 MA and diploma theses. Listed top ten best lecturers at the Cracow University of Economics.
Tomasz Piłat – Founder and activist of the Polish Association of Home Care Providers, for many years associated with the live-in care services. In 2017-2021 he was the Director of the Academy of Caregivers (an organization dealing with the education of live-in and professional caregivers, promoting the professionalization of the live-in care services sector). In 2018-2020, he collaborated with the Institut für Qualität und Innovation in der häuslichen Versorgung on the development of online educational programs for professional caregivers. He was also a member of the Board of Directors of VHBP (Verband für häusliche Betreuung und Pflege) – a German association of companies operating in the field of live-in care services (2016-2021).
Iwona Przybyło – Director of the Office of Medical Quality and Knowledge Management at Aterima Med. Active, certified nurse. Over 19 years of experience in the profession. Graduated from the Faculty of Health Sciences in the field of Nursing at the Medical University of Gdańsk and specialised in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Nursing. Certified occupational therapist, coach and trainer. For years, she has been committed to educating and enhancing the professional competencies of Caregivers of the elderly, nurses and occupational therapists. She believes that knowledge combined with experience are essential elements to better care for the Wards.
The meeting will take place online on Friday, March 31 from 12:30 to 14:00. Kindly send your application to the e-mail address [email protected].
We are waiting for applications until March 27. The discussion will be translated, inter alia into English, Spanish and Serbian. Free participation.
As usual, we encourage discussion and questions. Questions sent before the event will be answered first.