In this podcast, we talk about caregiving in the era of COVID-19. Join us as we discuss planning and preparedness, peer support and outreach, and responses to mental health distress and creative strategies for coping. We also get to hear from a family member who has been providing care to an individual with spinal cord injury, and learn more about her experience in taking on a caregiving role, as well as the challenges she’s faced during the current pandemic. This is SCI Everything, Episode 04, COVID-19 Series
You can also enjoy this episode in a video version (YouTube): https://youtu.be/XFcY-ie1gtw
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SCI Alberta – Care provider training: https://scialberta.online-compliance.com/careprovider.php
Teren Clarke – Former CEO of Spinal Cord Injury Ontario
Karen Gill – Family Caregiver
Ron Rattie – Peer Support Coordinator, Spinal Cord Injury Ontario
Gaya Jeyathevan – Postdoctoral Fellow, KITE, Toronto Rehab, University Health Network
Matheus J Wiest
Too Cool by Kevin MacLeod
Disclaimer: This information is intended for informational purposes only. This is not a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Never ignore professional medical advice in seeking treatment or support.
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