The Care Professional's Resilience Program
Elegrow's Care Professional's Resilience (CPR) program addresses the deepest core issues of organisation sustainability and loss of revenue due to high turnover, compassion fatigue and burnout.Schedule a Consultation
Retain your people and sustain your capacity to care.
Developing your people to sustain care and boost your bottom line.
Supporting your organisation and people to thrive and sustain care.
Strengthening organisation capacity for quality client care.
The Care Professional's Resilience (CPR) Program
Developed specifically for care organisations to mitigate the rising prevalence and risk of stress, compassion fatigue, and burnout that is crippling care organisations, people, revenue and capacity to sustain care.
"I have had significant life changing results some in which even I would not have predicted. I got to know myself better, my colleagues and clients in a different and clearer light. I felt I could communicate better, my thought pattern felt broader and easier almost kinder than prior to doing Elegrow. I found it was mindful, enlightening, and at times confronting, I have now got the tools to continue, it was amazing.
Thank you Michelle for helping me grow ."
- Christina Renata, Graduate 2020
This combined intervention program is professional development that:
- Reduces the risk of rising stress, compassion fatigue, and burnout.
- Alleviates the negative physical, social and emotional effects.
- Develops capacity of individuals and organizations to sustain care.
- Is evidence based and developed in the context of care professionals, environments and culture.
- Accessible online and backed by a valuable toolkit of resources to sustain new habits and behaviours well after graduation.
- Facilitates behaviour change.
A study of the Care Professional’s Resilience Program in 2016 found statistically significant improvements in the group’s overall emotional intelligence and emotional intelligence factors of: Emotion self-management, emotion expression, emotion self-control and emotion awareness of others. The study revealed an increase in compassion satisfaction and a decrease in secondary trauma (compassion fatigue) and burnout scores.
Everyone benefits when you invest in your people
- A study found 86% of emergency nurses had moderate to high levels of compassion fatigue.
- A ProQOL assessment of 363 child protection workers participating in a seminar found 50% had high to very high levels of compassion fatigue.
- A study among 101 teachers in a low socio-economic community revealed 91% of the teachers were in the highest percentile for secondary trauma.
- Almost 20% of midwives experience PTSD.
- In the USA, 24% of ICU nurses assessed positive for symptoms of Post-Traumatic-Stress.
Invest in your most valuable asset - your people.
Download our complimentary brochure, 5 Keys to Sustaining Care, and begin the shift "from costs to care" today!