Trualta Partnership Helps Caregivers Learn New Skills to Support Themselves and Loved Ones
The Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) and the Greater Wisconsin Agency on Aging Resources (GWAAR) announced a partnership with Trualta, a new free online educational tool for family caregivers across the state. Trualta helps caregivers learn about health issues, care techniques, and managing care for loved ones during flu season and the COVID-19 pandemic.
Sponsored by DHS, GWAAR, and the Dane County Area Agency on Aging, this partnership with Trualta can help individuals needing care live at home longer. Family caregivers can visit WisconsinCaregiver.org and click on the “Trualta” banner on the main page to sign up for access to Trualta’s library of online resources. The modules teach caregivers how to safely provide hands-on care, connect families with reliable support agencies, and offer information and video training from experienced professionals in a quick and easy format. For low-vision users or for caregivers who prefer audio instructions, Trualta also offers a “read to me” function.
2022 Annual Required Compliance Training (ARCT) Online
CLA’s Online Learning Management System (LMS) is through Home Care Pulse (HCP) Training LMS.
HCP Training provides all CLA Personal Care Workers with the opportunity to complete ARCT from a smart phone, tablet, or computer.
How it works: Every employee will be assigned a completion month based on the table below (May, June, July, or August), and will receive an enrollment email with a link and log in information in the first week of their assigned month and will have until the last day of their assigned month to complete this mandatory online training.
If your last name begins with: Your assigned month for ARCT completion will be:
Live-in employees: A – L
Live-in employees: M – Z
Non-live-in employees: A – L
Non-live-in employees: M – Z
If you have questions, please contact Dona Potters, CLA’s Education Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org