Navigator is a one-day workshop that trains health professionals, service providers and community agency staff to better support caregivers by showing them how to:

  • Identify caregivers early in their journey
  • Support caregivers to adopt self-care practices
  • Facilitate caregivers’ access to programs/resources and referrals

The Navigator program is based in the philosophy that understanding and small actions, incorporated into professional practice can have a profound impact on the trajectory of the caregiver journey. Navigator is facilitated by a health care professional who has extensive experience with caregivers.

Open workshops are listed below. Caregivers Alberta also provides Navigator training to organizations. The workshop includes a full day of training with qualified professional and manuals for all participants.

All workshops are a full day, from 9 am – 4 pm, at Fulton Place School, 10310 56 St NW, Edmonton. The workshops include instruction from qualified professional(s) and manuals for all participants. Lunch will be provided.

2017 Workshops

// Jan 30 // Feb 8 // Mar 8 // Apr 5 // May 12 //

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Through grants from the Caregiver Support Project, some of these programs are being offered at low or no-cost. To register or for more information, please contact the Navigator Coordinator at 780.453.5088 or navigator@caregiversalberta.ca.

Posters

Edmonton Navigator Training – Winter 2017

Edmonton Navigator Training – Fall 2016