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Webinar Ethic Series II: Ethics of Care

Four-part webinar series on Ethics of Care

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• 3.5 Ethics CEUs Available for Certified Rehabilitation Counselors
• Certificates of Participation Available

Credentialing Agency: Ohio State University is awarding continuing education credits for Certified Rehabilitation Counselors (CRCs). Note: This program focuses on ethics in the direct delivery of services. This includes ethics according to the area of the counseling relationship as part of the “CRCC Code of Professional Ethics for Rehabilitation Counselors.” The program approval # is TRN1960045 for 3.50 clock hours and is valid through 2/26/2020. Ohio Valley Center for Brain Injury Prevention and Rehabilitation maintains responsibility for this program and its content.

Cost: PRICE RECENTLY REDUCED

  • For Pre-Approved CRC CEUs

    $35 for NASHIA Members for Full Four-Part Series
    $50 for Non-Members for Full Four-Part Series
    All four courses must be completed for CRC CEUs
    Participants pay one time fee via PayPal (below) for all four sessions.

  • For Certificate of Participation

    $10 Per Course or $35 for Full Series for NASHIA Members
    $15 Per Course or $50 for Full Series for Non-Members

  • Series is Free to View. Fee only applies to those seeking CEUs or Certificate

Ethics Series II

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Instructions:

For CRC CEUs, Participants must:

1. Register for and View all 4 Courses (*must pay applicable course fee)
2. Complete each Course Post-Test
3. Submit each Evaluation Form

For Certificate of Participation:

1. Register for and View any course of interest (*must pay applicable course fee)
2. Email training@nashia.org to request Certificate for viewed course
3. Certificate will be sent once viewing is verified.

Questions? Contact training@nashia.org

Part 1: Ethical Considerations in Brain Injury Rehabilitation

Overview:

This webinar discusses ethics as it involves good professional practice. The presenter utilizes a practical psychological approach; looking at the thoughts, feelings and actions that are involved in making ethical decisions, carrying them out, and living with their consequences. Ethical responses to a variety of issues are explored from a number of practical, clinically grounded ethical decision-making perspectives.

Presenter:

Maximillian H. Shmidheiser, MBE, PsyD, ABPP-CN
Clinical Neuropsychologist
Drucker Brain Injury Center
MossRehab Concussion Center
Philadelphia, PA

Objectives:

1. Be familiar with the major ethical considerations involved with brain injury rehabilitation, especially with regard to our responsibilities to people receiving services and their families, our responsibilities to colleagues and the profession, and our responsibilities to society at large.
2. Discuss different approaches and decision-making models for addressing ethical dilemmas.
3. Apply the concepts of bioethical principles to commonplace clinical scenarios.

Registration and Handout:

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PowerPoint Presentation

CRC Ethics CEU Post-Test and Evaluation:

Post Test
Evaluation

Part 2: The Continuum of Care for Severe Brain Injury and the "Case" of Massachusetts

Overview:

This presentation provides an overview of the continuum of care for people with severe acquired brain injuries (i.e., traumatic brain injury, stroke, brain tumor, and anoxia), and gaps and strengths in the continuum of care in Massachusetts. The chronic phase of injury/disability and transition to community-based living is a particular focus. Ethical issues related to data and evidence for policy and program decision-making for the brain injury population are described. The presenter uses Massachusetts as a policy "case" for understanding issues of access, policy, and programming for this population.

Presenter:

Laura Lorenz, PhD, MA, MEd
Director, Research and Education
Supportive Living Inc.
Woburn, MA
and Visiting Scholar
Heller School for Social Policy and Management
Brandeis University
Waltham, MA

Objectives:

1. Describe strategies for informing and educating policymakers and providers about the continuum of care for severe brain injury.
2. Identify gaps, challenges, and strengths in services and supports for people with chronic severe brain injury living in the community.
3. Discuss the ethics of data and evidence around services, supports and tracking outcomes for this population.
4. Adapt lessons learned around the continuum of care and program decision-making to different state contexts for this population.

Registration and Handout:

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PowerPoint Presentation (PDF)

Part 3: A Qualitative Look at the Ethical Issues Experienced by Professionals Providing Home and Community Based Services to Individuals with Brain Injury

Overview:

The focus of this presentation is on the ethical issues therapists confront when providing home and community based services to people with brain injuries. It explores six core themes cleaned from interviews and makes recommendations for organizational practices that better address these unique issues, and provide for improved training and support.

Presenter:

Rita Cola Carroll, PhD
President Main Line Rehabilitation Associates, Inc.
Malvern, PA

Objectives:

1. Identify three of the six types of ethical dilemmas home- and community-based therapists experience.
2. Recognize the roles of cognition, the environment and consumer rights in creating ethical conflicts
3. Determine practices to improve training and supports for home and community based therapists dealing with ethical dilemmas.

Registration and Handout:

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PowerPoint Presentation (PDF)

CRC Ethics CEU Post-Test and Evaluation:

Post Test
Evaluation

Part 4: Ethics in Practice: Real Life Considerations for Community Based TBI/ABI Professionals

Overview:

This presentation focuses on methods of preparing professionals to appropriately address the unique ethical challenges that arise when providing community-based services to individuals with TBI/ABI.

Presenter:

Jennifer Abramson, MSW, LCSW, CBIS
Service Coordinator/Case Manager
Neuro Community Care
Wake Forest, NC

Objectives:

1. Review Neuro Community Care's multi-level training model to prepare new providers to address ethical challenges that may arise when working with individuals with traumatic or acquired brain injuries.
2. Examine the differences between boundary crossings and boundary violations with a focus on issues specific to serving the brain injury population.
3. Identify tools and strategies to help prevent ethical breaches and how to implement interventions when a breach has occurred.
4. Explore areas of ongoing skill building related to ethical competence.
5. Review assessment tools to assist individuals in ongoing self-appraisal and long term professional growth

Registration and Handouts:

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PowerPoint Presentation (PDF)
Resources
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Post-test and Evaluation:

Post Test
Evaluation

Questions? Contact training@nashia.org

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