May 23, 2016

Thank god it's monday -dvds for healthcare professionals and support group leaders


These resources are available for loan to members of AANSW - if you would like to reserve them please email the Library on nsw.library@alzheimers.org.au

 thank god it's Monday!!!
"When people get on well together they work better as a team. Thank God it’s Monday shows how a good attitude, a sense of humour and effective people skills can go a long way towards building relationships within teams"
 

 


 


Time for you : time management for women
Most women sacrifice their personal time for the sake of others. This video is about questioning unrealistic expectations and standards that lead to women taking on too much. Time for YOU will give you hope, hand hints and restore your sense of humour! You’ll join in the fun and laughter that makes it easier to re-think your life.
Customer service in health 
This training programme gives people help and hope! It helps people to make sense of change and what they need to do about it. It gives people hope in that they can learn to live with change, enjoy it, and use it to their advantage. Complicated models and theories give way to an easily understood A.B.C.D. formula for coping with change. Coping with change gives people strategies for coping with personal change and changes at work. It is not about how to introduce changes in the workplace, but it will lead to greater acceptance of these.

Humourobics
This is about how to exercise your sense of humour to make your life more fun. It shows the need to balance the serious side of life with the lighter side. Laugh as you learn how to see the humour in every day situations. Share the excitement of a studio audience as you enjoy the humorous stories and examples. You do not have to be naturally funny to boost your sense of humour. Have a laugh with your family and friends. Promote teamwork and reduce stress. Turn your lunch break into a fun break. Add sparkle to your meetings and conferences.

living with stress
This gives strategies to reduce stress and feel more in control by making needed changes or learning to accept what cannot be changed. 28-minutes capture the dynamics of a studio audience who are involved and inspired by the information and energetic presenting style. Using a simple chart and everyday examples, it explains stress and shows how each person has a choice in the way they respond to stress. It demonstrates the mind-body connection and how feelings impact stress. This fresh insight challenges people to re-think any habits of thought and action that may be causing stress in their lives. A special feature of the video is a prescription for good health to better withstand stress, recover from it quicker and have more energy.

Stress and humour
Laughter is the greatest stress buster in the world. As you laugh along with a studio audience, you'll discover for yourself the energising and relaxing benefits of laughter. You'll learn where to find and use humour to develop a more playful disposition, boost your sense of humour and share with others the gift of laughter. The DVD is filled with funny stories, practical ideas and props to bring more humour into your life. Watch Stress and Humour for a 'fun break' at home and at work for meetings, training sessions and team building.

Staying positive
Everything you do can be easier and more enjoyable with a positive attitude. A good mood can improve relationships, enhance learning, reduce stress at work and make the job more fun. There is also a strong connection between positive emotions and wellness.  Staying Positive is an exciting, energetic and entertaining presentation of ideas you can use to get into a good mood and stay there. By watching this video, you'll be more aware of the times when you may be tempted to give in to negative emotions and what you can do to cut them off and choose more helpful alternatives.  The program includes:  A role-play of transferring attitudes in the work place; Simple, yet effective strategies to lift your mood;  How to use the power of the mind to see things differently;  Humour and laughter to relax and feel good;  Encouragement and ideas for surviving tough times;  Where to look to find reasons to be happy.


coping with change

This training programme gives people help and hope! It helps people to make sense of change and what they need to do about it. It gives people hope in that they can learn to live with change, enjoy it, and use it to their advantage. Complicated models and theories give way to an easily understood A.B.C.D. formula for coping with change. Coping with change gives people strategies for coping with personal change and changes at work. It is not about how to introduce changes in the workplace, but it will lead to greater acceptance of these.

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