ASD10 Autism Spectrum Disorder - Documentation
Documentation is the act of writing and description of your work with supported individuals that helps communicate important information to others. It serves as a resource and record on the individual’s behalf and should fulfill all legal, financial and regulatory requirements. Documentation makes people and programs more efficient, decreases error
MH03 Mental Health - Communication
The purpose of this module is to learn about communication skills that promote communication as well as the importance of good communication in professionalism.
LFS09 Frontline Leadership - Advocacy
Advocacy is an important skill for frontline supervisors. The frontline supervisor has the responsibility and opportunity to advocate for staff, for services that support individuals and for themselves. Recognizing one’s own advocacy skills and experience, teaching others how to be effective advocates and managing change that effective advocacy can
CW104 Child Welfare I - Child and Family Assessment
Assessment refers to the process of gathering information about the child’s situation to help determine how we can best work with the child and the family and ensure that the child’s needs are met. To begin, we will focus on the purpose of assessments in child welfare and juvenile justice settings, the types of assessments that are done, and the ba
EC06 Extended Care - Advocacy
Your role as a Direct Support Professional is to help individuals identify issues of concern and help them know when they are being treated unfairly. Your role also includes helping them solve these issues. This is called advocacy.
In this module you will explore ways to work with the individual to gather information related to a situation