E-learning courses

Swedish Care International is proud to introduce our new suite of e-learning courses, geared towards care professionals and organizations adjacent to the care industry.

With proprietary curriculum developed by our resident dementia expert, Silvia Nurse Caroline Key M.Sc., our courses are grounded in a person-centered care philosophy, focused on providing practical and actionable knowledge to the learner.

Our courses deliver a modern and highly engaging learning experience, making use of cutting-edge trends such as micro-learning, gamification, adaptive learning, and interactive video. All content is available for mobile devices. Hosted on our learning management system, SCI provides access to a transparent reporting tool, allowing organizations to track learner progress and return on investment (ROI) in real time.

Learners who successfully complete their courses receive a digital certificate. Certification is also available on an organizational level.

Courses can be easily adapted through tailored combinations of available content modules, and with custom modules to support organizational values and priorities. See a list of topics below:

Learn about the most common age-related diseases and recognize their major symptoms.
What do we mean when we talk about age? Is it only a number? In this module you will gain knowledge about different concepts related to ageing and growing older.
This module focuses on how to deliver person-centered care and what it means to be a caregiver, either as a family member or as a professional.
Learn about some of the challenges and changes a person with dementia can experience in self-awareness and behaviour.
This module focuses on understanding communication in dementia and ways to aid the communication process.
Different factors affect relationships and intimacy for people with dementia and their partners, during the stages of dementia. In this module you will learn about how the disease can affect such relationships.
In this module you will learn about the most important aspects of caring for a person towards the end of their life.
Gain knowledge about how to identify positive and negative factors in the environment for a person with dementia
In this module you will learn about the 3 main categories of dementia disease: Primary degenerative dementia, Vascular dementia, Secondary dementia.
Learn about challenges related to eating and food for the elderly and especially those suffering from dementia. You will also learn about aspects of the mealtime environment, support and nutritional information.
Gain knowledge about the most common symptoms of dementia and its consequences.
Dementia disproportionately impacts women, with more women living with dementia diseases, and more women providing formal and informal dementia care. Learn more about why improving care and treatment of persons living with dementia is a gender equality issue, and what can be done to help.
Please watch the video below to get an impression of our e-learning!

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