A presentation for the health practitioner for effectively meeting the special needs of patients with disorders on the Autism
This course covers the prevention of common types of slips, trips and falls as well as the risk factors that can lead to accidents.
This module covers safe lifting techniques and how to react in the case of an accident. We cover various types of lifts, the mechanics/techniques involved in safe lifting, common hazards, risk factors and how to prevent accidents and injuries.
This course covers defensive driving techniques and best practices for on-the-road safety as well as common driving hazards, what you can do to avoid an accident and what you should do if you are involved in an accident.
This training satisfies the requirement for an additional six hours of Person-CenteredThinking/Recovery training for serviceproviders who have already completed a six-hour course per ImplementationUpdate #82 dated November 12, 2010 andImplementation Update #86 dated April 6,2011 Option B.
This course gives behavioral healthcare and I/DD providers a basic understanding of how to support people with dementia. The course defines dementia and Alzheimer’s disease and describes how these conditions are exhibited by people with Intellectual Disabilities. Students learn how dementia affects personality, communication and behavior. The course offers practical ways that behavioral health and I/DD professionals can support people with dementia.
A six hour training on the Targeted Case Management Service, presented by Heather Prather and Sara Wilson of Easter Seals UCP. This training meets the service definition requirement of six hours of training in the functions of Targeted Case Management. It includes interactives quizzes and a post test with a printable Certificate of Completion.