Health and Wellness

Make an Action Plan that Gets Results!

As a caregiver, you are one of over 1,000,000 caregivers in British Columbia who daily juggles more than your own calendar and activities.  At Family Caregivers of BC, we hear from people like you all of the time.  You are so busy managing competing priorities that finding time for your own becomes a mammoth task.  At the same time, you keep hearing how important it is to your health and ability to sustain yourself as an effective caregiver to carve out “you time”.  It is overwhelming!

In this webinar we are thrilled to be hosting Connie Davis from the Centre for Collaboration, Motivation and Innovation (CCMI).  Connie is going to present on a proven technique for making plans that get results called Brief Action Planning or “BAP”.  Join us to hear how BAP might help you create and follow through on a plan that will directly benefit you and by extension the person you are caring for.  BAP is a structured process that helps individuals make concrete action plans that are realistic and achievable.

  1. Connie is a nurse practitioner dedicated to improving partnerships between professionals and the people they serve. As the Co-Director of CCMI, Connie coordinates the activities of the Centre and provides training, coaching, evaluation, research, quality improvement and system design expertise to individuals and systems promoting health. Connie has extensive experience in health care organizations around quality improvement, outpatient care, self-management support, motivational interviewing, care coordination, health literacy, working with First Nations, and geriatric care (outpatient, subacute/rehab and home care). She also provides direct care to the elderly as a geriatric nurse practitioner. Connie is a member of the Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers and provides training, coaching and consultation on Motivational Interviewing. She is also an adjunct faculty member for the University of British Columbia.

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