NCTRC Webinar – Redesigning Care in Series Based Care: Obstetrics and Autism Caregiver Training Hosted by: Upper Midwest Telehealth Resource
Hosted by: Upper Midwest Telehealth Resource Center
Presented by: Marie Lee – Program Coordinator, Virtual Care, Henry Ford Health System
Description: This presentation will show how Henry Ford Health System has increased patient and caregiver participation, satisfaction, and convenience through the use of virtual visit technology. Their program has redesigned care pathways to safely and effectively deliver prenatal care via virtual visit technology to low risk, expectant mothers. The presenter will also provide examples of how Henry Ford’s evidenced-based behavioral treatment helps children, adolescents and adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder and other developmental disabilities learn functional skills and reduce disruptive behaviors.
(Thursday) 11:00 am - 12:00 am PST
In-person or Online
07oct9:00 am4:00 pmMental Health Institute for WA State Providers: Strategies to Support Patients with IDD / ASD and Mental Health Challenges Event Organized By: Mental Health Technology Transfer Center Network - Northwest Region Event Type:TrainingIn-person or Online:Online
Full Day Training October 7, 2022 with Ongoing Trainings Every Friday 11 a.m. – 1 pm through Dec 16, 2022. OVERVIEW The goal of this training is to build on existing
Full Day Training October 7, 2022 with Ongoing Trainings Every Friday 11 a.m. – 1 pm through Dec 16, 2022.
The goal of this training is to build on existing provider expertise and expand confidence and competence in working with clients with intellectual and developmental disabilities including Autism Spectrum Disorder.
The training will cover core components of evidence-based practices for youth mental health such as effective assessment, treatment planning, culturally relevant care, and strategies for depression, anxiety, and trauma. Examples will be presented of adaptations of commonly used interventions which use visually based learning, use of structure and routine, support for sensory needs, and strategies to support effective behavior. Training sessions will include didactic presentations of specific tools and strategies, case presentations utilizing those skills, lived experience perspectives, and opportunities for questions, discussion and continued learning.
James Mancini, MS, CCC-SLP
Molly Cevasco, PhD, BCBA
Alana McVey, PhD
Marie Loeb, LICSW, LMHC, CMHS, DMHS
Clinical Social Worker
Register: Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDD) Track | Mental Health Institute for Washington State Providers | Mental Health Technology Transfer Center (MHTTC) Network (mhttcnetwork.org)
FULL-DAY TRAINING FRIDAY OCTOBER 7, 2022 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM (PT)
TRAINING SERIES – FRIDAYS, 11:00 AM TO 1:00 PM (PT)
Content to be covered:
(Friday) 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Mental Health Technology Transfer Center Network - Northwest RegionWe provide training and technical assistance (TA) in evidence-based practices (EBPs) in SAMHSA’s Region 10 (Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington). Our MHTTC Network Area of Focus is Evidence-based practices for psychosis including CBT for psychosis (CBTp) and Assertive Community Treatment (ACT). Our target workforce includes: behavioral health and primary care providers, school and social service staff, and anyone whose work has the potential to improve behavioral health outcomes for individuals with or at risk of developing serious mental health issues.
10octAll Day11Virtual/ Physical EventWA Co-Occurring Disorders and Treatment Conference - in person in Yakima and virtual Event Organized By: WA Health Care Authority, Department of Corrections, Department of Social and Health Services, Developmental Disabilities Administration Event Type:ConferenceIn-person or Online:Both
2022 COD & TREATMENT CONFERENCE IS HYBRID!COD and Treatment Conference strives to bring together experts from Washington and across the nation to share information
2022 COD & TREATMENT CONFERENCE IS HYBRID!
COD and Treatment Conference strives to bring together experts from Washington and across the nation to share information about innovative Co-occurring Disorder (COD) —diagnosed patients who have substance use disorders as well as mental health disorders—and treatment therapeutic techniques, skills, programs, practices, and policies. The conference offers relevant workshops and several keynote speakers in an enjoyable learning experience.
october 10 (Monday) - 11 (Tuesday)
WA Health Care Authority, Department of Corrections, Department of Social and Health Services, Developmental Disabilities Administration