e-Learning simply means learning via the internet!
We know that it is difficult for carers to come to information sessions, courses and training. Even if it’s at a time and place that suits you, the best laid plans can go awry with the many other commitments that our carers have. However, all is not lost! There are many ways of learning via the internet –whether this is doing an online course, or watching a 3 minute video on YouTube. The best thing about it is that you can do it when at home, on your phone while waiting at an appointment or anywhere else with wi-fi!
Take a look at some of the e-learning that we know about – and don’t forget to let us know if there’s something that you would like to share with other carers!
A range of online therapy courses, across Stockport, to support people who are experiencing depression, anxiety, stress, insomnia and sleep-related problems.Read more
Members of Stockport's EDUCATE group talk honestly and movingly about their experiences of living with dementia.Read more
A series of short how-to video guides by Groundwork's Green Doctors sharing useful energy efficient tips for your home. Save your pennies and the planet at the same time!Read more
Produced by Marie Curie, this series of easy-to-follow film guides can help carers carry out basic medical and care tasks including helping someone to take their medication and moving someone in bed.Read more
One of 19 short YouTube videos on Everyday First Aid from The British Red Cross.Read more
This 15 minute YouTube video takes you through the process of gradually relaxing all the tension in your body.Read more
A series of basic Tai Chi moves for daily practice demonstrated in this 8 minute YouTube video presented by Don Fiore. Tai Chi can improve our balance, posture alignment, and sense of wellbeing.Read more
From the Macmillan Cancer Support 'Learnzone', these modules explore what cancer is, diagnosis and treatment, and the financial, emotional and practical impact.Read more
This Healthy Schools young carers e-learning module has been designed by The Children’s Society to support school staff working with young carers.Read more