STABLE RESPONDERS – A Project Supporting First Responders and Healthcare Providers

INTRODUCING OUR NEW CONTINUING EDUCATION PILOT PROJECT FOR 2019!

 

RESILIENCY TACTICS FOR FIRST RESPONDERS AND HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS

A six (6) hour continuing education project in partnership with KCI EMS (K9 Crisis Intervention EMS Education and Training) https://www.kciems.com/.  The entire Pilot Project (which includes pre and post testing for participants) is funded by Pacific Project Heroes of Oakdale CA!

This course will be utilizing the EAGALA model of equine assisted learning.  The Pilot Project consists of 2 separate classes in May 2019 which are FREE to participants!  The classes will be completed and evaluated for competence.  Post completion, the goal is to apply for CE Providership through the CA Board of Nursing, the Board of Behavioral Science and Mountain Valley EMS Agency.  Please refer to the Flyer below for more information.  To enroll in one of the Pilot courses, email to:  Contact Us.  We will send you an enrollment form to complete.  This will save you a spot in the most unique learning environment you will experience!

Please help us provide the utmost in care for our First Responders – you can help by donating directly (click here:  Shop/Donate/Volunteer), or volunteering your valuable time to assist in kicking off this important Project for our community.  We are seeking Grant Writers and licensed mental health professionals versed in first responder care.   If you qualify, or just want to  help, please Contact Us!

To learn more about providing this Project, we concluded an important Pilot Project ….

“Burnout in the Workplace” Pilot Project
Triage Tags are used to identify Signs and Symptoms of workplace Burnout
What do you think are the signs of Burnout?

 

 

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Consider sponsoring one first responder once the Pilot commences.  Sponsorships are only $75!

Help Healing Arenas help our community!

We are designing “Compassionate Patient Care” to be taught as an elective at Modesto Junior College in the near future.  This course mirrors the current “Medicine and Horsemanship” course at Stanford University, taught be Dr. Beverly Kane, to pre-med students.  Learn More Here:  http://www.horsensei.com/programs_medicine_horsemanship.html .  We need volunteers and educators for this important Project!

IF YOU’D LIKE TO HELP ESTABLISH THE FIRST OF IT’S KIND AT MJC, Contact Us NOW!

GET INVOLVED – HELP US PUT TOGETHER THE VERY FIRST PROGRAM OF IT’S KIND IN OUR COMMUNITY!