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Powerpoint And Bridge : Sending Out Engaging Presentations To Your Team
October 11, 2021

Another feature to love about Bridge is you can incorporate…

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evidence assessments and the learning journey for care staff
Evidence assessments and the learning journey
October 11, 2021

What are evidence assessments? Evidence assessments are assessments used by…

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World Hospice and Palliative Care Day
October 11, 2021

The 9th October 2021 sees the world unite in celebration…

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Staying in touch during the Covid pandemic
September 11, 2021

With the recent work changes brought on by the COVID…

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Individual Choice and Decision-Making
September 11, 2021

Course Aim: Every person we care for has individual needs…

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Infographics
September 11, 2021

It’s hard to believe that Infographics have been in development…

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Diversity & Inclusion
August 5, 2021

Every individual you interact with has their own unique set…

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Training Games
August 5, 2021

Every set of Altura Learning Coordinator Resources includes a training…

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Bridge Live Training
August 5, 2021

Learning when and where you need it During the Covid…

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Bridge Smart Groups
July 6, 2021

Many Altura Learning customers ask about how to work with…

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Case Scenario in our Coordinator Resources
July 6, 2021

All Altura Learning courses released from April 2018 contain a…

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Supporting Cultural Diversity in Care
June 29, 2021

Culturally inclusive care and support can be described as being responsive and sensitive to the beliefs, conventions and needs that may be determined by a person’s cultural heritage. 

It’s possible that individuals in your care who are from different cultures, or speak a language other than English, may have a different lived experience of the pandemic compared to their peers. 

But culture isn’t just a person’s religion or beliefs, it can include other things such as a person’s gender identity, sexuality and education level. 

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