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On October 12, 2018 the participants of the Care-Giver Program were certified during their graduation ceremony at Bai ra Klebeang in Ngaraard State. A total of ten (10) caregivers were awarded: Aberlynn I. Ngiruos, Augustine Ngirchorachel, Elena Pedro, Jeanie Dismas, Liza Hideyos, Marion Oteloi, Kual, Nestralda Mechaet, Reilly Hideos, Sabina Ewatel, and Shelly Ngirturong
Present to witness the awarding ceremony and confering certificates were Ngaraard State Governor Benjamin Iskawa, PCC Dean of Continuing Education Jefferson Thomas, Palau Red Cross Society Representative and Deacon Hosea Inacio.
The program’s instructors, Dr. Sylvia Osarch, Amos Solomon, Dr. Louisa Santos, and John Mark Olkeriil were also present. In a collaborative effort with Palau Red Cross Society, Ministry of Health, Palau Community College (PCC), Care-Giving program continues to be offered to interested individual.
The participants of this training are taught by volunteer instructors to provide needed basic care-giving skills. The training session is one-week in which various modules are taught each night of the week. Each module covers different aspect of care-giving such as proper way to prepare meals for a patient, personal hygiene, and different illnesses that may plague a patient. In addition, trainees learn how to deal with the emotional and physical stresses of the occupation.
PCC, Ministry of Health, and Palau Red Cross Society congratulate participants for completing the training and thank them for taking part on this very worthy and humble training to assist our elders and bedridden family members.
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