Involuntary Case Planning – Spectrum Version

In module one, you will learn how to identify involuntary interventions and when their use is appropriate. Module two focuses on ethical issues that arise when employing involuntary case plans. In module three, we look at all the information you need to collect and organize in order to make the case that an involuntary intervention is needed (1.5 CEs upon completion of 3-part eLearning).

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Involuntary Case Planning and Intervention Process Instructor-Led Training

In this engaging and highly interactive introductory training, participants learn to identify situations where the client’s safety takes precedence over the client’s right to self determination and how to think through making that determination. They will explore the ethical issues involved in these tough cases and learn how to document their decisions appropriately so that their decisions can be defended.

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Voluntary Case Planning in APS Instructor-Led Training

In this interactive and thought provoking introductory training, participants learn the basic components of determining the intervention needs and developing a safety plan for elder abuse victims. Trainees will be able to identify the factors that influence the victim’s intervention needs. They will learn strategies to work with the victim to develop mutually acceptable goals that will decrease the risk to the victim. And, they will learn to use a safety planning tool developed for use with elder abuse victims.

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Voluntary Case Planning in APS Blended Training

This course has been developed as a blended learning composed of an eLearning, an in-person team based learning session and a post training coaching conference call. Participants will learn the basic components of determining the intervention needs and developing a safety plan for elder abuse victims and identify the factors that influence the victim’s intervention needs. They will learn strategies to work with the victim to develop mutually acceptable goals that will decrease the risk to the victim. And, they will learn to use a safety planning tool developed for use with elder abuse victims (1 CE).

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