Although I do inservice for long-term care, I think some of the same resources may help. I subscribe to a fantastic monthly publication called The Long Term Care Educator (Health Education Network, 11104 Glen Arm Road, Glen Arm, MD 21057. $80 for one year) which does very informative write-ups on many topics and then has questions and usually a puzzle to do. I use them a lot, but you would need to extrapolate information for home care. Also, can you network with an inservice nurse at a hospital or nursing home and perhaps they would let you borrow some tapes? I have gotten some nice free tapes from drug reps and other types of salespeople (ie enteral feeding suppliers). I have also kept my eye out on public television and have used taped material on TB and HIV and Alzheimer's Disease to use. I recently got a tape from Discovery channel on memory that was excellent. I have used a site on the internet called medicinenet.com that has very good material on many diseases, the diabetes information I just used in an inservice. You might try a brief questionnaire to see where the interests are in your group. Education is a challenge when you are working with different levels of interest and knowledge.