In the Prevention and Support class, students at Good Neighbor will learn proactive support and emergency intervention techniques:
Prevention and Support Training involves physical techniques that require students to be in good health and capable of some strenuous activity. Prevention and Support are not recommended for individuals with certain physical conditions which may include, but not limited to, knee injuries, back injuries, pregnancy, vertebrae fusion, spinal cord injuries or inability to use any body part normally. Participation in the class Prevention and Support Training is at your own risk.
– Shoes that are closed-toe and closed-heel. Tennis (athletic) shoes are acceptable.
– Inexpensive clothing that is comfortable to move in for exercise-like activity.
i.e. jogging pants, spandex, leggings, jeans without holes. (No tank tops and no shorts)
If used for continuing education units (CEU), must be taken in class, not available online. (for online Continued Education Units go to our CEU page)