Tips for long-term care managers to lead a more balanced life

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Top providers know it is important for their managers and other employees to lead a balanced life. A webcast Tuesday will discuss how to better accomplish the feat. Stress, basic health and relationship challenges, work-related strain and the feeling of not having enough time to do what one wants will be just a few of the topics addressed by featured presenter Neil Beresin, M.ED. Making very small-step lifestyle changes is the starting point for moving forward, he says.

The hourlong webcast takes place at 1:30 (Eastern Time) on Tuesday. The first of five professional improvement webcasts in a series, it is targeted at nursing home administrators, nurses, social service workers, activities professionals and other direct caregivers. Handouts will be emailed to participants before the session starts. For more enrollment, contact-hour and pricing information about this Kendal Outreach presentation, click here.

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