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Webinars and Training

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NOTE: If you are looking for the Ethics Series II webinar, Click Here

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CDC's Response to the Opioid Overdose Epidemic: Resources and Opportunities for States

Originally Aired: 2.27.19

Presentation Resources:

Vital Signs - Opioid Overdoses Treated in Emergency Departments – Identify Opportunities for Action (March 2018)

CDC’s Rx Awareness campaign – free materials for communities to use

Additional materials for individuals seeking information about opioids and overdose

Interactive online training for providers – 11 modules aiming to help healthcare providers apply CDC’s recommendations in clinical settings through patient scenarios, videos, knowledge checks, tips, and resources

Link to NOFO – contains funding announcement and supplemental application materials

Questions: training@nashia.org

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NASHIA Collaborative Series with National Council on Aging (NCOA)

What We Need to Know About Falls and TBI with Older Adults, Part 1 This 90 minute presentation provides an overview of TBI, prevalence, risk factors in the senior population, impact on daily life, review useful tips for working survivors and resources available to assist the direct care provider.

Originally aired on Oct. 19, 2018.

Register to watch the free archived presentation:
https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/3810145733682481923.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar. Certificate of Participation Available. $10/$20 for Members and $15/$30 Non-Members.

Falls and Brain Injuries Among Older Adults-Part One and/or Two

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Email address:

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Slide Show Presentation with Active Links (no presenter recording)

Presentation Handout (Color)
Presentation Handout (Black and White)

Handout A - OSU TBI Form July2013
Handout B - PA Helps Screening Tool

Falls and Brain Injuries Among Older Adults, Part 2:
Partnerships, Programs and Public Policies

This training will highlight community-based programs and prevention initiatives, state and community partnerships between professionals in the falls and brain injury prevention networks, and public policy for adults with traumatic brain injuries (TBI). Participation in Part One is not a pre-requisite to join this training.

Dec. 12, 2018 12:00-1:30 PM Eastern

Register to join us LIVE or LATER:
https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5334802225612914188.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

Certificate of Participation Available. $10/$20 for Members and $15/$30 Non-Members.

Falls and Brain Injuries Among Older Adults-Part One and/or Two

Name on Cert. of Participation

Email address:

Materials: To be posted

For additional information, contact training@nashia.org.

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Partnerships That Work:
TBI State Service and Protection & Advocacy Programs

National Association of State Head Injury Administrators (NASHIA) and National Disability Rights Network (NDRN) collaborate to illustrate how State TBI programs and P&As can learn a lot from each other, and work together to maximize efforts in advocacy and service provision for individuals with brain injury and their families.

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After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

Handouts:

Boyer
Johnson/Crowley
Wolfkiel

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3-Part Webinar Series: Person Centered Planning: From Dreams to Reality
May 17, May 31 and June 7, 2018

In keeping with federal and state program requirements calling for person centered planning as a critical component to the delivery of brain injury services and supports, this 3-part webinar series has been developed to address these questions:

  • What is person centered planning and person centered thinking?
  • What are strategies for discovering information, interests and goals of individuals with brain injury?
  • How do you turn these plans into reality?

Learn how this planning and on-going problem-solving process helps individuals with brain injury to plan for their future, develop personal relations, participate in the community, access resources and accommodations needed to achieve these goals, and to increase control over their lives.

To register for each webinar, click on the link provided for each webinar below, which will take you to the GoToWebinar registration page. These webinars are free, unless you wish a Certificate of Participation for a session(s) you viewed. If you wish a certificate, you will need to pay through PayPal, posted on this page after Webinar 3, for you to access after you view a session(s). The cost of each session is $10 for NASHIA Members ($30 total); $15 for Non-NASHIA Members ($45 total). Sessions will be recorded and made available on this page after the webinars are held.

Webinar 1: An Introduction to Person Centered Thinking

Thursday, May 17, 2018
12:00 noon-1:00 pm (EDT)
Lisa Meyer, Consultant

Overview:

This webinar will provide an overview of the general concepts of person-centered thinking and how it differs from person centered planning. Learn how everyday thinking can create a foundation for change and action that empowers and impacts the individual, as well as organizations and systems.

Objectives:

Participants will:

  • Receive an overview of the foundations of Person Centered Thinking.
  • Understand the value of Import TO/Important FOR concepts.
  • Hear/see examples of how people are utilizing PCT in their lives.
  • Hear/see practical examples of how PCT is having positive impact in people's lives.

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Handouts for this webinar:

Webinar Presentation Handout
Relationship Map
Good Day/Bad Day
Blank Communication Chart
Blank Learning Log
Matching People Supporting Blank Handout
One Page Profile
Three Panel Landscape
How Best to Support Me at Work: One Page Description

Webinar 2: From Person-Centered Thinking to Creating the Plan

Thursday, May 31, 2018
12:00 noon-1:00 pm (EDT)
Diane M. Grieder, MEd, Consultant, AliPar, Inc.

Overview:

This presentation highlights the documentation elements of person-centered planning. Beginning with the assessment, to reaching some understanding of the data and the person, all leading to informing the plan development will be covered. A clear description of the definitions of goals (outcomes), objectives and interventions (services) will be provided.

Objectives:

  • Understand the importance and value of the narrative summary
  • List three elements of a Person Centered Recovery Plan and define them.
  • List two (2) reasons why personally defined goals are important to know and document.
  • Describe how person-centered planning acknowledges medical necessity and rigorous clinical documentation; and where it can be found in the plan.

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Handout for this webinar:

Diane Grieder Handout May 31, 2018

Webinar 3: Applying Person Centered Planning and Thinking Principles in the Delivery of Supports & Services for Persons Living with a Traumatic Brain Injury

Thursday, June 7, 2018
12:00 noon-1:00 pm (EDT)
Anastasia Edmonston, MS, CRC
TBI, Mental Health First Aid & Person Centered Trainer
Maryland Behavioral Health Administration 

Overview:

This presentation will provide tips and tools for adapting person centered planning and thinking approaches when working with individuals who are living with a history of brain injury. Encouraging choice and autonomy is important in the development of meaningful goals and the application of strategies and accommodations critical to reaching goals for work, home and community life.

Objectives:

Participants will:

  • Describe the essential differences between the medical model approach to treatment and services and the person centered approach;
  • Utilize a tool to assess the level of person centered practices of programs and services; and
  • Apply tools and strategies to enhance their program's person centered competency in terms of staff approach to service delivery in a person centered manner.

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Handouts for this webinar:

Presentation PowerPoint
Person Centered Planning Questionnaire -TBI Waiver Provider Version

Costs:

You may view these webinars at no cost. Following the live sessions the recorded webinars will be available on this page for viewing at any time. If you wish a Certificate of Participation, you will need to pay through PayPal below. The cost of each session is $10 for NASHIA Members ($30 total); $15 for Non-NASHIA Members ($45 total).

You may pay here:

Person Centered Planning Webinar Series
Certificate of Attendance
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Email address for Certificate:

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Ethics Webinar

Ethics Series II: Ethics of Care: Click here

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