When I care for my husband, I often wonder if there isn’t a better and less exhausting way to do the things I do. I learned much of how to do things from observing the nurses and aides at my mom’s and husband’s facilities. But, there was never any formal training. What do you all think about a community college offering classes for people on caregiving? It could be taught by nursing assistants, nurses, social workers, and even someone who could speak about Medicaid and Medicare and what they cover. It would teach people how to turn someone in bed, bed bathing, bed changing, using lifts and other equipment, etc., how to do home therapy and deal with less than cooperative patients, as well as offering support to us caregivers, or know where we could find groups. I know I’d take the course if it were offered. Would you?