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How to start a group home business (Start-up Information) Starting a group home
 
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http://www.grouphomebiz.com Call 513-898-3307 Information covering starting a group home business. This presentation guides you through the start up process. It includes statistics an general information useful in starting a group home business. Group Home Business. Group Home. Home Based Business. Group Home License.
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How to Become a DIDD Waiver Provider in Tennessee
 
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Learn How to Become a DIDD Waiver Provider in Tennessee. Visit our website at http://nbhsllc.com/ Start any of the waiver programs in Tennessee: Community-Based Day Supported Employment * In-Home Day Respite Behavior Respite Medical Residential Personal Assistance Residential Habilitation Supported Living Semi Independent Living Family Model Residential Support Individual Transportation for Respite and Personal Assistance Support Coordination in Tennessee. NEW PROVIDER APPLICATIONS: Effective February 1, 2014, DIDD implemented a revised process for accepting new provider applications. Please note the Provider Expansion application process for current DIDD providers has not changed. We recommend that you attend an Applicant Forum prior to submitting a DIDD New Provider Application. Attending the forum is not mandatory, but it may be helpful to applicants seeking information about DIDD and clarification about the process for submitting a DIDD New Provider Application. The Applicant Forum is scheduled in each DIDD region (East, Middle and West) listed below. For your convenience, each DIDD Region presents the same agenda at each forum. The applicant is welcome to attend any forum on any date listed on DIDD website. NBHS of Georgia is one of the world’s leading management consulting firms. We work with everyday people to help them plan differently, create residual income and realize business ownership. With more than 20 years of industry experience – we have empowered hundreds and even thousands to turn in keys and badges, realized new titles like owner and CEO, also to employ a lifestyle they never envisioned. Our personal care business models include but are not limited to: Nursing Home, DD & ID Group Homes, Children Residential Home, Assisted Living Home, Veteran Home, Senior Home, Adult Day Program, Supported Employment Program, Memory Care Home, Staffing Agency, Health Product Store, Transportation Company, Companion Care Agencies and Private Home Care Agency. https://www.tn.gov/didd/providers/provider---how-to.html https://www.tn.gov/content/dam/tn/didd/documents/providers/how-to/How%20to%20Become%20a%20Provider.pdf
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What is social work? Services for older people
 
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What is the video about? This film focuses on the very rewarding, diverse but complex role of a social workers working in an adult’s services team. The film looks at the complexity of cases ranging from care planning to mental capacity assessments and decisions that need to be made in the context of each individual case to achieve best outcomes for people who use services and their carers. The film also looks at the routes into social work. Messages for practice Working with people who use social services and their carers is key to achieving best outcomes. Retaining independence is an outcome that can be achieved through effective working with individuals and their families. Who will find this useful? Social workers; social work students; lecturers for use with students; people who use adult social work services; anyone with an interest in social work.
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Home & Community-Based Services Rule Overview
 
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This video will help people understand the new federal Home & Community-Based Services rule. We will be going over the concepts in the new rule, with a focus on conflict-free case management, person-centered planning and the home and community-based setting requirements. We will talk about the federal requirements, how Minnesota plans to comply with the rule, and what the impact may be on people who receive services and providers who support those people.
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Let's Talk Documentation! Individualized Healthcare Plans
 
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Webinar 1 in NASN's Winter Webinar Series. Originally presented on January 22, 2014. NASN members can find a copy of this archive with presentation handouts on SchoolNurseNet [http://schoolnursenet.nasn.org] in the All Member Community library in a folder called Archived Webinars.
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Start a Home Health Care Company. (Full video at: TheStartUpPath.com)
 
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The best way to succeed with a startup is to learn from a mentor who has succeeded at that business. In this introduction clip from The StartUp Experience™, Dr. Tom Duening interviews entrepreneur Steve Peterschmidt, Co-Founder of Peterschmidt Health Care Management. Steve started and sold Family Home Health Care, which grew to more than 100 employees. During the one-hour interview, available at www.thestartuppath.com, Steve talks about his five-year journey from engineer to home health care company owner. See how Steve built his reputation and rapidly grew his client list. Learn about his exit strategy, and how he sold his company for a profit in five years. Then, hear Steve's advice on how he would start in the home health care field today.
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Planning and Delivering Services and Support (part 3 of 3)
 
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In this final video of a 3 part series on planning and delivering individualized services and supports Ms. Malone-Bequette discusses the importance of assessment as it relates to the development of a meaningful and measurable individualized rehabilitation plan. She identifies the domains for assessment, the components of the individual rehabilitation plan, and what is necessary for accurate progress note writing.
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Social Work Initial Assessment With a Client
 
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Client has a history with CPS and her children have been removed from the home due to non-compliance. This is the first encounter with her new social worker, of whom the case has been transferred to from intensive in home social workers to the foster care workers.
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Assessing a Home for Safety | Special Care for Family Members and Seniors
 
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Do you know if your home is safe for someone requiring special care, or with dementia? My name is Brian Spitz, president of Big State Home Buyers. And today we're talking with Cyndee Frey, a specialist in people that need care and people with dementia. So tell us a little bit about that topic. How can people know whether or not their home is safe for someone who needs, whether it's an aging senior or someone who just needs special care, because it's not always a senior that gets dementia? Cyndee: There are really some very basic things that are good for anyone. But it's removing obstacles. Not having stacks of things. Small rugs can be a problem. Looking at the function of the stove and where steps are in the home. Are the steps covered in carpet? If the individual has to use a walker or a chair, is it maneuverable? Is there enough room in the home for it to be maneuverable for them? So it's almost like looking at the home as if you have a young person, a very small person, like a child. How you would create a safe environment for a child is much the same as we'd create a safe environment for someone who is older, requiring a lot of assistance. Brian: And this is something that you do for people. You assess their properties. How often would you say, how much of your business is assessing a home for someone like this? Cyndee: It's probably a little less than twenty-five percent of my business. The assessment often becomes a part of a bigger picture. What I do is helping families understand dementia and how to communicate with someone who has dementia. So when you are creating a safe environment in the home, part of that is learning how to communicate differently, so that you can work with the person who requires that assistance. Brian: And these things, I imagine, come on gradually. The extra needs, the dementia and/or other similar conditions that require special care. At what point is it appropriate for someone to seek out? I mean, what are the signs that, if I had someone who needed this kind of care, what signs should I be looking for that it's time to call someone in your field? Cyndee: That's a very individualized personal question. When I talk with spouses and adult children who are taking care of a parent, it really depends on what they feel capable of doing. When someone reaches a point where they are incontinent. They're not going to the bathroom any more. That's when some spouses say, I can't do that anymore. I need to find a placement. Sometimes there are behavioral problems that arise. If someone becomes aggressive, whether that's verbally or physically aggressive, that's time to seek out having them live someplace else, where you are safe and they will be safe. And sometimes, depending on what is causing the dementia, the illness, people may require more physical care than someone with just dementia. And with seniors, if a spouse is unable to take of somebody physically, then they need to look at either bringing someone into the home or moving someplace else. And often that's a better option, is moving into another location where help is there 24/7. Brian: It's got to be a really difficult decision, especially for a spouse. And so, what you do is do you go in and help them really see the situation for what it is or do most people already come to understand that they can't do it anymore? Another personal question. Cyndee: It is. And it really varies. When I work with spouses, it's very different than working with adult children. Sometimes adult children are still working and trying to take care of a parent, so their list of what I can still do and what I need help with is different than a spouse. Brian: And, you know, you hear all the time about the importance of taking care of the caregiver. And so I think that's something that gets lost. I mean, I've read about it, but I know that's really important because if you've got nothing to give, than you can't be of service to anyone. Tell me a little bit about your opinion there. Cyndee: The statistics of caregivers dying before the person they're caring for are very high. Read more: http://www.bigstatehomebuyers.com/assessing-a-home-for-safety-special-care-for-family-members-and-seniors/
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When to Get an Estate Plan | Borchers Trust Law
 
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http://www.borcherslaw.com/estate-planning/ Marc Cusano of Borchers Trust Law was recently asked by a client if she was approaching the age where she should begin her estate planning process. As she was approaching 40 years of age, Marc replied that she should do so due to the fact that estate plans are helpful at all points during one’s adult life. Marc also asked his Borchers Trust Law partner, Tim Borchers, what his thoughts were. While every situation is different, many people have started a family, own their home, and may have their own business at 40 years old, making it an important time to begin an estate planning process. “You never know when you’re going to be disabled or when you’re going to pass away,” says Tim. Without a well-written plan, you can lose the power to care for your loved ones, decide how you are cared for later in life, how your wealth is managed and disbursed, and far more. Borchers Trust Law guides you through the process of accomplishing your family’s goals and protecting your life’s savings. Click the link above to learn more about Borchers Trust Law Group and our estate planning services. ******************** At Borchers Trust Law, legal services are straightforward and user-friendly. We talk about subjects like Tax Code and trusts using familiar terms, free from legal jargon. We want you to feel comfortable and gain true clarity from your experience with us. After all, how can we be helpful if you can’t understand what we’re talking about? Our attorneys understand family and business dynamics and propose thoughtful solutions to questions of inheritance, retirement and succession planning, wealth and property preservation, income and estate taxation, and a host of related matters. A full-service estate planning law office, we work to provide peace of mind to our clients and their families in good times and during life’s challenges. We are committed to personal service to each individual, business, trust and estate client, using only those legal tools and techniques that suit the individual client's needs, goals, and personal situation. If you’ve been searching for a lawyer who will take the time to listen, answer your questions, understand your needs, and create thoughtful solutions for you, we’d welcome the chance to connect with you.
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IEP Transition Planning
 
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It’s never too early to start IEP transition planning for your child. Hear from Melody Musgrove, Ed.D., who served as director of the Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP) in the U.S. Department of Education from 2010 until 2016. Learn how to put together a successful IEP transition plan, covering everything from setting realistic IEP transition goals to preparing a young adult for post-transition services. Then learn more about the transition out of high school for kids with learning and attention issues at Understood.org.
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Bringing Families Together: Models of Hope and Recovery
 
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This video features the 10-Element Framework: Elements of System Linkages, developed by the National Center on Substance Abuse and Child Welfare (NCSACW) to help States, Tribal, and local communities overcome barriers and identify strategies to facilitate effective partnership between mental health services, substance use treatment, child welfare, and family courts. NCSACW is funded by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) and the Administration on Children, Youth and Families (ACYF).
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Home Care Business Consultant for Hire - Start a Home Care Agency
 
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Start a Home Care Agency. Home Care Business Consultant for Hire - 20 Years of Experience. Home Care and Personal Care Business Consultant Operates a National Firm. NBHS specialize in starting, managing and growing personal care business in all states. CLICK LINK BELOW TO VISIT OUR WEBSITE: http://www.nbhsllc.com CLICK LINK BELOW FOR FREE CONSULTATON: http://www.vcita.com/v/ernestgflaggrnmpa/online_scheduling?service_id=11892eceaaf91a05
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Top 20 Best Small Business Ideas for Beginners in 2017
 
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Top 20 best small business ideas for beginners in 2017. Start a small business with low cost capital investment in 2017. Also, Subscribe our young entrepreneurs channel for more business ideas in future. Checkout our popular best small business ideas videos. Top 40 Small Business Ideas in India - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z_IvoZQkcgs Top 15 Best Small Business Ideas to Start your small business - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VlotQmjVork Top 10 Profitable Small Business ideas in 2016 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=07fsKAG5kZc If you're going to start a small business as new beginner then, you've to read this whole video description for understanding many important things before starting your own business. No doubt, already you've watched this full video and also, subscribed this channel, But, have you think one question! which business idea is best for your passion! Before choosing any business, you need to identify your passion. If you don't find your passion then, these all top 20 small business ideas for beginners are worth less. There are many filed you can choose for starting a small business as beginner. Agriculture, import & export, technology, arts & crafts, Internet, Traveling and many more field are evergreen in present market. If you're still confused then, comment your question. I'll give you answer. Well, I've some questions which might be cleared from your side. 1. What is your level of preparedness? Are you skilled in your business? 2. How much capital do you have? Do you have specific amount of money to run your small business? 3. Do you know about who is on your team? 4. Also, have you rectifed about how strong is your business plan? 5. What business idea and skills do you've in mind? Be cleared with these all 5 questions before selecting any business idea from these Top 20 Best Small Business Ideas for Beginners. Also, do subscribe our channel.
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Fairfax County Adult and Aging Services: Case Management
 
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We provide care management and social work services to older adults through two programs. Call us at 703-324-7948 TTY 703-449-1186 for help in determining the right program for you. Adult Services social workers provide assessment, care plan development and care monitoring. Services are available depending on eligibility criteria. ElderLink care managers work with you and your family to conduct an assessment and develop a care plan. They also find appropriate and affordable services, monitor and coordinate services, and adjust the care plan as needed. For more information please visit: http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/dfs/olderadultservices/care-management.htm . Please note: Fairfax County is not responsible for the content provided on "related" and "promoted" videos that are accessible from this county's YouTube channel. All viewers should note that these related videos and comments expressed on them do not reflect the opinions and position of the Fairfax County government or its officers and employees.
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Individual and Group Employment Supports: HCBS Waiver Redesign Adult Day and Employment Services
 
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​This is an opportunity to receive more information about the proposed adult day and employment Home and Community Based Service (HCBS) waiver changes targeted to come into effect November, 2016. This is particular webinar is an in depth review of Individual and Group Employment Supports. View pdf: http://www.ohioemploymentfirst.org/up_doc/HCBS_AdultDay_Employment_Services_Update_9.7.2016.pdf
You're Homeless... Now What? | Martha Stone | TEDxPiscataquaRiver
 
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What does homelessness look like, and who does it effect? Martha Stone, the executive director of a 96-bed homeless shelter, shares the stories of a few residents of the shelter, and shares how we can all end the cycle of homelessness in our communities. Martha Stone joined the staff of Cross Roads House, a 96 bed homeless shelter, in 2004 as the Development Director and was promoted to Executive Director in 2013. In her role as the development director she oversaw and executed a successful $5 million capital campaign to design and construct a new shelter facility. As the largest shelter in the NH Seacoast region, Cross Roads House provides emergency and transitional shelter and services for individual adults and families. Martha is responsible for overseeing shelter operations, programming, marketing, fundraising, and financial management of the non-profit organization. Martha received her BA in Communications from Boston College. In early 2015, she completed eleven years of service as a school board member for the town of Greenland, NH where she resides with her husband and two children, both of whom are currently away at college. She can be contacted at martha@crossroadshouse.org. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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Individual Care Center - Short Commercial
 
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Individual Care Center (ICC) is dedicated to helping people with mental health and or substance abuse problems achieve a higher level of health and well-being. Individual Care Centers programs are designed for adults and adolescents experiencing chemical dependency, emotional and behavioral problems in the context of outpatient and intensive outpatient settings. ICC has a highly trained and dedicated staff under the direction of board certified psychiatrist Dr. Abe Soliman. The focus of ICC is to provide safe and effective treatment to its clients. Dr. Soliman and his treatment team stress involving family members and engaging actively in the treatment process. Visit us at www.individualcarecenter.com
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Stress Management Strategies: Ways to Unwind
 
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Wellcasters relax! Too much stress in your life causes headaches, high blood pressure, tummy aches, memory loss and all other kinds of nasty stuff. But, how can you tell if you are showing stress symptoms? Check out our video for advice on how to tell when you're stressed out and simple tips to relieve tension quickly. From little things you can do everyday to promote relaxation to strategies to cool off when you're in the heat of the moment, we've got advice on the best ways to sit back and relax! Check out some other awesome episodes of WellCast: 1. Inside Puberty http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rsj6dW... 2. Coping With Grief http://goo.gl/aD4OH 3. Ways to Stop Bullying http://goo.gl/WOzSy 4. Dealing With Rejection http://goo.gl/f3Pw5 5. Party Survival Guide for Introverts http://goo.gl/WYZVe Want a packaged deal? Check out our playlists! 1. Top 10 Most Popular WellCast Videos http://goo.gl/nDrJC 2. For Our Introvert Friends http://goo.gl/CeYbO 3. Tips for your Social Life http://goo.gl/ZKkrS 4. Our Relationship and Dating Advice http://goo.gl/ODZZf 5. Study Tips for School! http://goo.gl/0hRQ8 ABOUT WELLCAST: In this twice-a-week show, we explore the physical, mental and emotional paths to wellness. With an emphasis on education, the show addresses both the latest trends and long-standing practices of wellness—everything from the efficacy of the gratitude experiment to the importance of sunshine and vitamin D. Follow along as your host, Kate, guides you through a bi-weekly journaling exercises that helps you apply what you've learned. The ultimate goal: one year, one show, one journal, one collective journey to wellness. Sign up for our WellCast newsletter for more of the love, lolz and happy! http://goo.gl/GTLhb Like us on Facebook! http://goo.gl/0DHVJ Follow us on Twitter! http://goo.gl/Ylcv6 Find us on Google+ http://goo.gl/ylCVT Follow us on Tumblr! http://goo.gl/Ds3TB Follow us on Instagram! http://goo.gl/q3IUC Follow us on Pinterest! http://goo.gl/lNhu2
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Financial Planning 101 Introduction | Financial Management | Personal Finance Money Management
 
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How do you make your life better? get more control? protect your family? Create a personal financial plan. Start here! We all want to know how we are going, and what we can do do improve our money management and personal finance. The main reason for planning is to get things done faster and to avoid problems. Examples of plans include things as simple as a shopping list to more complex plans like a building construction plan. Think of a Financial Plan as a faster way to your "financially better " place. This is an overview of 7 keystones of a personal financial plan. 1.Your spending /personal budget 2. Building a cash safety net / emergency funding / afe money management 3. Importance of Buying a home 4. Protecting your family and assets/ insurance plans 5. Putting plans in place to safeguard your family in case of (premature) death 6. Saving for retirement 7. Understanding how investment and risk go together. So you can see how they all fit together.
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How to conduct a 1st Counseling Session: Treatment Fit
 
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Treatment fit article: http://tpcjournal.nbcc.org/treatment-fit-a-description-and-demonstration-via-video-of-a-brief-and-functional-treatment-fit-model/ Mindfulness, forgiveness, gratitude: read our most recent publication at http://www.journalofhappiness.net/article/effects-of-an-online-positive-psychotherapy-class-on-future-counselors-consensual-qualitative-research http://www.thecounselingacademy.com Russ Curtis, PhD, LPC demonstrates a 1st session needs-assessment. For the free article explaining the rationale and process of treatment fit see: http://tpcjournal.nbcc.org/treatment-fit-a-description-and-demonstration-via-video-of-a-brief-and-functional-treatment-fit-model/ For more video with these two clinicians, see the instructional DVD and textbook about Integrated Care: http://www.routledgementalhealth.com/books/details/9780415891325/ Positive Psychology instructional DVD https://www.academicvideostore.com/video/positive-psychotherapy-helping-people-thrive Follow me on Twitter @RussCurtisPhD
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Family Staffing Solutions - The Beginning
 
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Family Staffing, a leader in senior care shows how the company evolved from a personal need. home care and institutional services senior care show fort worth residential care home organization franchise for the elderly starting in home elder care business best cities for seniors eldercare advising senior living aids senior caregiver services elderly caregiver needs senior in home care dallas texas family assistance staffing inc
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What are some of the elements needed to make a transition successful?
 
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Program Description: This presentation will focus on the steps, elements, and people that are needed to assist people with disabilities in their successful transition out of Hab Centers. The promise and the pitfalls associated with transition will be explored. Learning objectives include: 1. Participants will learn the major elements required for successful transition efforts. 2. Participants will be able to identify transition shock issues and the identifying characteristics. 3. Participants will learn the top myths and misconceptions that opponents of transition use (no supporting data but powerful emotions). 4. Participants will learn the most important non-negotiable steps that need to be in place for successful transition efforts. 5. Participants will learn how to become personally involved in the life of a person with a disability and the importance of this connection in understanding transition. 6. Participants will understand and be able to explain the major action plan steps needed when beginning the transition process. Program Presenter: Derrick F. Dufresne ,is the President of Community Resource Associates, Inc. (CRA), a training and management consulting firm that he founded in 1982. CRA is dedicated to promoting full community inclusion for people with disabilities. Derrick has provided training and consultation to more than forty thousand people in over forty-eight states since 1982. From 2003-2009, Derrick served as President and CEO of the Institute on Public Policy for People with Disabilities in Illinois. The Institute is a membership organization that focuses on promoting best practice and quality community supports for people with disabilities throughout Illinois. Derrick has worked in a variety of leadership positions in both community and institutional settings since 1974. His experience in running a statewide community residential program included the closing of nine ICF-MRs and eleven group homes, converting them to supported living arrange-ments based on the personal choice of the individuals served. He has served two terms on the Board of the American Association on Mental Retardation (now AAIDD). He was co-founder of the Community Living Division of that organization and served as chairperson of its Legislative and Social Issues Committee (LASI). He has also served as board member of the American Network of Community Resources (ANCOR). Derrick received the Missouri chapter of AAMR's 2002 Monsignor Behrman Award for Outstanding Contributions to the Field of Mental Retardation. He also was awarded the national AAMR Service Award in 2002 "for unwavering service to people with developmental disabilities in support of self-determined and inclusive lives in communities across our nation." Derrick works extensively in the closing of residential facilities, transforming systems that support individuals with disabilities to implement best practice, and establishing community wraparound services for individuals who are in crisis. He also speaks frequently about impact of loneliness on people with disabilities. He is also deeply involved in teaching and coaching how to pair person-centered planning with individual budgets as part of the implementation of self-determination in a Medicaid environment. His work includes developing personalized residences for individuals, regardless of disability. As a former real estate broker, he has used his knowledge of real estate, financing, tax credits and subsidies to create affordable integrated housing for people with disabilities throughout the U.S. In addition, Derrick has devoted increasing time to consultation with parents, school systems and young people assisting in transition planning for individuals as they move from the educational system to adult services. He is deeply committed to assisting individuals with disabilities to "get a life," one person at a time.
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Navia Day Care FSA
 
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Day Care FSA - Non-allowable expenses: -Daycare for a child aged 13 or older -Enrichment classes/Summer School -Kindergarten or school tuition (pre-school and before and after care is okay) -Meals, supplies, transportation costs*, uniforms costs, diaper fees, etc. -Nursing Home/Long Term Care expenses -Overnight camps -Parents Night Out *The cost of transportation by a Day care provider of a qualifying individual to or from a place where care of that qualifying individual is provided may be for the care of the qualifying individual. The cost of transportation not provided by a Day care provider is not for the care of the qualifying individual. Day Care FSA - Allowable expenses Keep in mind that day care expenses must be for children 12 or younger, unless the child is incapable of self-care. -Au Pair: The costs relating to an au pair for the care of a child are reimbursable. -Baby-sitter: As long as the sitter is not a dependent of the participant, or a spouse, the costs are eligible. -Before and after school care -Day Camp: If not overnight. Only the cost for the child to attend the camp is eligible. -Childcare by a relative: Cannot be a dependent of the plan holder. Must be at least 18. -Deposits: As long as the deposit is for daycare services that will be provided within the plan year the claim is being filed; and the service has been provided. Prorating may be necessary for those services that extend from one year to another. -Elder Care: Costs relating to the care of a dependent adult who is unable to care for themselves will qualify only if: 1) such expenses are not attributable to medical services; 2) the elderly person is a qualifying individual; and 3) in the case of services provided outside the employee's household the person still regularly spends at least eight hours each day in the employee's home. Elder day care will often qualify, but 24 hour care in a nursing home will not. We will need a Letter of Medical Necessity. -Care of Child Incapable of self-care: Children 13 and over incapable of self-care will be subject to restrictions as listed above under Elder Care (must spend at least eight hours a day in the home etc.). However, qualifying children under the age of 13 incapable of self-care do not need to spend at least eight hours a day in the employee's home. However, expenses for such children would still have to meet other requirements that could be affected by the amount of time they spend away from home. Please check with your tax advisor or IRS publication 501 and 503. We will need a Letter of Medical Necessity for any child 13 and over. -Extended Day Programs: Activities provided after school, which are primarily custodial in nature. -FICA and FUTA taxes: Paid to a daycare provider are eligible. -Field Trips -Nanny Fees: Costs relating to the payment of a nanny for the care of a child are reimbursable. -Nursery School/Pre-School/Pre-Kindergarten -Registration Fees: As long as the registration fee is for daycare services that will be provided within the plan year the claim is being filed; and the service has been provided. Prorating may be necessary for those services that extend from one year to another -Sick-child care: Only if they are enabling the parent to go to work.
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Phil Fontaine - "A Look Back and a Look Forward"
 
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Best Retirement Home In Stoke-on-Trent
 
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Having arrived at the point in your life where you feel you are not coping well on your own at home but have a fear of letting strangers into your home for home care or are worried about permanently moving into a care home, consider the question properly before making a decision. Deciding which steps to take when choosing care options for family members, spouses or even yourself can be tough, particularly when making the big decision. Consultation with family members can help but often they know nothing about the help that is available. Below are presented some of the points to consider when making the big decision. Advantages of Home Care Home care can be very beneficial for individuals as it allows them to remain at home, and maintain some independence. A flexible care plan can be provided which is tailored to an individual's needs. This allows individual's the opportunity to continue doing things that they enjoy. For example if an individual enjoys walking, then it is possible for it to be arranged within an individual's plan, or care workers can be used for support to allow them to continue these activities. Hospital admission can be prevented and readmission rates reduced, this is because individuals are getting the support that they need within their homes, and injuries that result from falls can be prevented within the home as home help prevents them doing activities that may cause harm. Infection risk can also be reduced, because an individual isn't in an environment where ill people are present, which means that the likelihood of becoming ill themselves is reduced. Home care also provides support for family members, as the strain of caring for a relative is reduced. The familiar surroundings of your own home are maintained and possibly protected for family members. Advantages of Care Homes It provides individuals with an opportunity for social interaction, as activities are often arranged for them to participate in if they wish. This is beneficial as it prevents loneliness. Care Homes also provide 24 hour care for individuals, which means that they are more likely to get all the relevant support they need. Individual's moving into Care Homes can also reduce the strain on a family, as they will no longer have to provide care for their relatives, which means that they can be there simply for support. Depending on the type of care that a person requires it may be more beneficial for an individual to receive care within a Care Home environment because it may reduce the costs for them slightly if they require a lot of support, they usually Home Care is more tailored and cheaper. However there are a few disadvantages to both Home Care and Care Homes, and these include: A large financial impact, having to deal with an unusual situation and quality of care can sometimes be an issue. The disadvantages of Care Homes in particular can be: a fear of Care Homes, a lack of freedom and choice, and having to deal with other residents as they may not get on with them. Both care options have advantages and disadvantages, and this can make the big decision very difficult. Home Care is a particularly popular choice for individual's care at present, and this is largely because of the flexibility and independence that it offers. This makes Home Care generally seem more appealing to individuals, as it allows individuals to feel more comfortable and relaxed with the care that they are receiving. However the decision of which type of care an individual should receive should be made on the basis of their situation, so that they can find an option that is best suited to what they require. Running a Home Care business biases us towards Home Care but in reality people can get to a point where a Care Home is the only sensible option due to the intensity of care required. Mike runs a Care Agency called Everycare. Everycare serve people in Winchester, Twyford, Colden Common, Alresford and surrounding areas with a first class Home Care service. Everycare will supply care workers to look after your social needs and to help you live a more fulfilled life. Everycare can,also, supply Health Care Assistants for Care Homes. #Best Retirement Home In Stoke-on-Trent
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Elder in the Making | Episode 1: Cowboy X
 
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Cowboy, a Blackfoot aboriginal and Chris, a Chinese-Canadian, agree to go on roadtrip across traditional Blackfoot territory rediscover the stories of their shared home. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Connect with us: Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/optiklocal/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/optiklocal
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You Have the Right to Remain Silent – California Bill Strengthens Miranda for Kids
 
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Take Action: http://fairsentencingforyouth.org/miranda-rights-for-youth/ Currently in California, children—no matter how young— can waive their Miranda rights. When law enforcement conducts a custodial interrogation, they are required to recite basic constitutional rights to the individual, known as Miranda rights, and secure a waiver of those rights before proceeding. The waiver must be voluntarily, knowingly, and intelligently made. Miranda waivers by juveniles present distinct issues. Recent advances in cognitive science research have shown that the capacity of youth to grasp legal rights is less than that of an adult. This is especially true for very young, developmentally disabled, or cognitively delayed children, and for those with mental health problems.
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Long Term Care Pros and Cons
 
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Source: http://kingwoodconnection.com/k/experts/health-insurance/ Full Article: http://kingwoodconnection.com/k/experts/health-insurance/long-term-care-pros-and-cons-201106071281/ More Info: http://insurance.kingwood-tx.com/long-term-care-insurance/ When reviewing your financial plan, one consideration that many people often overlook is the need for long term care insurance. As Americans are living longer and medical costs are rising, long term care has become a growing concern. There are a number of types of long term care, ranging from care in home by family members to full care at a nursing home. Regardless of the type of long term care, the costs can quickly add up. Long term care insurance is one way to ensure that your twilight years are paid for without breaking the bank.
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Direct Payments For Care | 01792 790 890 | Direct Payments Social Care Swansea
 
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Steve Brown interviews http://www.homeinstead.co.uk/swansea in a series of interviews about direct payments for care. Alzheimers And Dementia Care - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FaBl3Ok14-A Companionship Services - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M0gwR0QzQC4 Person Centered Care - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A_Vo47Phuvk Direct Payments For Care - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=54vZ_S4ehzg Domiciliary Care - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jG7Wnz1Jb_8 Home Care Givers - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TFGK_098tpc Home Care Services - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q9a4KLoGJoM Home Help Services - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oIm-a3WmrLk Personal Care Services - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rBwAUEVySoQ Elderly Respite Care - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qAOrgnDRgdU Vascular Dementia Care - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GrLF4SYeYIc Other resources:- http://www.nhs.uk/Conditions/social-care-and-support-guide/Pages/direct-payments-personal-budgets.aspx To find out more about direct payments for care, contact Home Instead at:- Unit 1 Kingsway Business Centre Kingsway Fforestfach Swansea SA5 4DL Telephone: 01792 790 890 http://www.homeinstead.co.uk/swansea Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/home.instead.127 Google + - https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/114483423028973762369/114483423028973762369/about Twitter - https://twitter.com/SwanseaHISC YouTube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/user/HomeInsteadSwansea What are direct payments? Direct payments are way in which the local authority can pay you a sum of money to provide your own care. Traditionally, if you need 10 hours of care per week social services will provide that. But you can elect to choose not to have the 10 hours that the social services will give you and have the money for the 10 hours and buy your own care. Why is this beneficial to you? This actually empowers you as it turns you into being a service user to a customer and now you are in control of your own care. This allows you to engage with a company, sack them if they are no good and get exactly what you want from them. It is all about taking the power of control and choice away from the social services and gives the control to the individual who needs the support. How has the social services direct payments worked in Swansea? In Swansea, we are very lucky that the direct payments support service team for the local authority are very pro-active and very passionate about promoting direct payments. The problem is not that many people are aware of it. Why do people not know about direct payments social care? When you have a social service assessment of care need, the social worker will generally turn up and find out what is needed, not wanted because there are budgetary constraints, and they will put together a programme. The first thing that they will offer you is in-house care services from Swansea city council. When that moves on a stage, private organisations that are contracted to the council will come in and provide it. If for whatever reason that doesn’t work for the individual who is receiving the care or the family, they need to start looking for alternatives. Sometimes that is day services and sometimes that are things like classes for something to get them out there. If that fails, then sometimes they will offer you direct payments. But that is the last thing that they offer and is right down the bottom end. How is this going to change? The reason that this is going to be a massive change to social services is in April 2016, the new health and social care bill is coming out. What this will do is provide a complete reverse to the situation that has just been described. So the first thing that social workers will have to offer is a direct payment. If for some reason that doesn’t work, they can start going into other ideas of providing the service. Are they going to promote direct payments? Swansea city council and especially the direct payments are being very pro-active in educating their social workers because they are the first line of defence if you like and the first people that need to know about this. It will be driven very much from a internal perspective and then educate people as they need or want the service. What do Home Instead intend to do? At Home Instead, we intend to try and make people in the public generally more aware through channels such as Facebook, Twitter and videos. This is so that people know that they have got an option. Are there any concerns about direct payments? There are a couple of concerns that are out there about this whole process and the potential for it to be abused. It is like that in any situation like this where money is concerned, but in all fairness to Swansea council the way that it is practically going to be done, there are a lot of processes involved to make sure it is not abused.
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Decolonizing Language Revitalization
 
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September 25, 2013 - How has Eurocentric anthropology and linguistics affected the way we interpret our elders and ancestors who share their cultural knowledge with foreign researchers? Join us for a presentation with Khelsilem Rivers and April Charlo, indigenous peoples from community-based and cultural revitalization backgrounds, who will be discussing decolonization of language revitalization. Their presentation and open dialogue will address the context of rapid language loss and decline, and how colonization has affected or is embedded in the strategies of revitalization. In an effort to revitalize Indigenous languages, communities may have unknowingly adopted or assimilated colonized ways of thinking as they invest interest and attempt to repair or restore ties to culture and language. Are we learning to speak Sḵwx̱wú7mesh, Nēhiyawēwin, Kanien'kéha, et all with an English-mind or are we learning to speak Sḵwx̱wú7mesh, Nēhiyawēwin, Kanien'kéha with a Sḵwx̱wú7mesh, Nēhiyaw, Kanien'keháka mind? Indigenous languages represent one of the darkest ways in which ethnocide and cultural genocide have occurred. It is expected in the next twenty-five years over 700 of the worlds Indigenous languages will be forgotten. In the Vancouver area alone, the two Indigenous languages are considered critical endangered; Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish) language has five to seven fluent speakers and hən̓q̓əmin̓əm has one fluent speaker left. Decolonizing Language Revitalization aims to put forward perspectives of shifting values, cultural understandings, and impacts on community. It is the stories we tell ourselves (as a people) that impacts who we believe we are, and then who we become. But if the stories -- even including, or especially the Indigenous ones -- are filtered through colonialism, we have become a different people because of it. April Charlo from Bitterroot Salish people and is a member of the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes, Montana. Khelsilem Rivers is a Sḵwx̱wú7mesh-Kwakwa̱ka̱'wakw language revitalization activist from Vancouver. Supported by SFU's Vancity Office of Community Engagement http://sfuwoodwards.ca/index.php/community
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Understanding Aboriginal Identity
 
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Understanding Aboriginal Identity explores the complex issue of self-identification for Aboriginal people. Today, Aboriginal identity remains inextricably linked with past government legislation and the continued stereotyping of Aboriginal people in the media and Canadian history. From a Metis farm in rural Alberta, to the offices of Canada’s leading scholars, Understanding Aboriginal Identity examines the factors that shape who we are. To order this video please go to www.bearpaweducation.ca/videos
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Question Period: New Brunswick election, Oceans Protection Plan — September 25, 2018
 
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Follow along as opposition parties question the Trudeau government in the House of Commons. Question Period, formally known as oral questions, generally begins at 2:15 p.m. ET and lasts for 45 minutes. To read more: http://cbc.ca/ »»» Subscribe to CBC News to watch more videos: http://bit.ly/1RreYWS Connect with CBC News Online: For breaking news, video, audio and in-depth coverage: http://bit.ly/1Z0m6iX Find CBC News on Facebook: http://bit.ly/1WjG36m Follow CBC News on Twitter: http://bit.ly/1sA5P9H For breaking news on Twitter: http://bit.ly/1WjDyks Follow CBC News on Instagram: http://bit.ly/1Z0iE7O Download the CBC News app for iOS: http://apple.co/25mpsUz Download the CBC News app for Android: http://bit.ly/1XxuozZ »»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»» For more than 75 years, CBC News has been the source Canadians turn to, to keep them informed about their communities, their country and their world. Through regional and national programming on multiple platforms, including CBC Television, CBC News Network, CBC Radio, CBCNews.ca, mobile and on-demand, CBC News and its internationally recognized team of award-winning journalists deliver the breaking stories, the issues, the analyses and the personalities that matter to Canadians.
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From Your Facility To My House: How did you get involved with the field of disabilities?
 
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Program Description: This presentation will focus on the steps, elements, and people that are needed to assist people with disabilities in their successful transition out of Hab Centers. The promise and the pitfalls associated with transition will be explored. Learning objectives include: 1. Participants will learn the major elements required for successful transition efforts. 2. Participants will be able to identify transition shock issues and the identifying characteristics. 3. Participants will learn the top myths and misconceptions that opponents of transition use (no supporting data but powerful emotions). 4. Participants will learn the most important non-negotiable steps that need to be in place for successful transition efforts. 5. Participants will learn how to become personally involved in the life of a person with a disability and the importance of this connection in understanding transition. 6. Participants will understand and be able to explain the major action plan steps needed when beginning the transition process. Program Presenter: Derrick F. Dufresne ,is the President of Community Resource Associates, Inc. (CRA), a training and management consulting firm that he founded in 1982. CRA is dedicated to promoting full community inclusion for people with disabilities. Derrick has provided training and consultation to more than forty thousand people in over forty-eight states since 1982. From 2003-2009, Derrick served as President and CEO of the Institute on Public Policy for People with Disabilities in Illinois. The Institute is a membership organization that focuses on promoting best practice and quality community supports for people with disabilities throughout Illinois. Derrick has worked in a variety of leadership positions in both community and institutional settings since 1974. His experience in running a statewide community residential program included the closing of nine ICF-MRs and eleven group homes, converting them to supported living arrange-ments based on the personal choice of the individuals served. He has served two terms on the Board of the American Association on Mental Retardation (now AAIDD). He was co-founder of the Community Living Division of that organization and served as chairperson of its Legislative and Social Issues Committee (LASI). He has also served as board member of the American Network of Community Resources (ANCOR). Derrick received the Missouri chapter of AAMR's 2002 Monsignor Behrman Award for Outstanding Contributions to the Field of Mental Retardation. He also was awarded the national AAMR Service Award in 2002 "for unwavering service to people with developmental disabilities in support of self-determined and inclusive lives in communities across our nation." Derrick works extensively in the closing of residential facilities, transforming systems that support individuals with disabilities to implement best practice, and establishing community wraparound services for individuals who are in crisis. He also speaks frequently about impact of loneliness on people with disabilities. He is also deeply involved in teaching and coaching how to pair person-centered planning with individual budgets as part of the implementation of self-determination in a Medicaid environment. His work includes developing personalized residences for individuals, regardless of disability. As a former real estate broker, he has used his knowledge of real estate, financing, tax credits and subsidies to create affordable integrated housing for people with disabilities throughout the U.S. In addition, Derrick has devoted increasing time to consultation with parents, school systems and young people assisting in transition planning for individuals as they move from the educational system to adult services. He is deeply committed to assisting individuals with disabilities to "get a life," one person at a time.
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Wahkohtowin: Cree Natural Law
 
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Discussions by four Cree elders; George Brertton, Fred Campiou, Isaac Chamakese and William Dreaver, give insight into the differences between Canadian law and Cree Natural Law and why Natural Law is needed in contemporary society. Wahkohtowin means "everything is related." It is one of the basic principles of Cree Natural Law passed through language, song, prayer, and storytelling. The elders explain that by following the teachings of Wahkohtowin individuals, communities and societies are healthier.
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From Your Facility To My House:
 
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Program Description: This presentation will focus on the steps, elements, and people that are needed to assist people with disabilities in their successful transition out of Hab Centers. The promise and the pitfalls associated with transition will be explored. Learning objectives include: 1. Participants will learn the major elements required for successful transition efforts. 2. Participants will be able to identify transition shock issues and the identifying characteristics. 3. Participants will learn the top myths and misconceptions that opponents of transition use (no supporting data but powerful emotions). 4. Participants will learn the most important non-negotiable steps that need to be in place for successful transition efforts. 5. Participants will learn how to become personally involved in the life of a person with a disability and the importance of this connection in understanding transition. 6. Participants will understand and be able to explain the major action plan steps needed when beginning the transition process. Program Presenter: Derrick F. Dufresne ,is the President of Community Resource Associates, Inc. (CRA), a training and management consulting firm that he founded in 1982. CRA is dedicated to promoting full community inclusion for people with disabilities. Derrick has provided training and consultation to more than forty thousand people in over forty-eight states since 1982. From 2003-2009, Derrick served as President and CEO of the Institute on Public Policy for People with Disabilities in Illinois. The Institute is a membership organization that focuses on promoting best practice and quality community supports for people with disabilities throughout Illinois. Derrick has worked in a variety of leadership positions in both community and institutional settings since 1974. His experience in running a statewide community residential program included the closing of nine ICF-MRs and eleven group homes, converting them to supported living arrange-ments based on the personal choice of the individuals served. He has served two terms on the Board of the American Association on Mental Retardation (now AAIDD). He was co-founder of the Community Living Division of that organization and served as chairperson of its Legislative and Social Issues Committee (LASI). He has also served as board member of the American Network of Community Resources (ANCOR). Derrick received the Missouri chapter of AAMR's 2002 Monsignor Behrman Award for Outstanding Contributions to the Field of Mental Retardation. He also was awarded the national AAMR Service Award in 2002 "for unwavering service to people with developmental disabilities in support of self-determined and inclusive lives in communities across our nation." Derrick works extensively in the closing of residential facilities, transforming systems that support individuals with disabilities to implement best practice, and establishing community wraparound services for individuals who are in crisis. He also speaks frequently about impact of loneliness on people with disabilities. He is also deeply involved in teaching and coaching how to pair person-centered planning with individual budgets as part of the implementation of self-determination in a Medicaid environment. His work includes developing personalized residences for individuals, regardless of disability. As a former real estate broker, he has used his knowledge of real estate, financing, tax credits and subsidies to create affordable integrated housing for people with disabilities throughout the U.S. In addition, Derrick has devoted increasing time to consultation with parents, school systems and young people assisting in transition planning for individuals as they move from the educational system to adult services. He is deeply committed to assisting individuals with disabilities to "get a life," one person at a time.
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Washington State DDD Director Linda Rolfe Introduction to Training
 
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An Introduction from Washington State Director of Developmental Disabilities Linda Rolfe to field staff on the importance of the training they are about to receive. HD1080P Format
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Observing Young Children
 
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Early childhood teachers observe children throughout the day for a variety of purposes. In e-clip #5, Dr. Sudha Swaminathan discusses various types of observations in the early childhood classroom and how to plan observations to get the most useful results. Four preschool teachers also describe their use of formal and informal observation strategies to identify the individual strengths and needs of children and to plan instruction. Additional resources to support using this video are available at: http://www.easternct.edu/cece/e-clip-observing-young-children/ Copyright 2009 by the Center for Early Childhood Education at Eastern Connecticut State University. This video may only be used for educational purposes. 0:39 - Overview of Observing Young Children 2:58 - Planned Observation of Child's Social Interaction 3:48 - Planned Observation for Instructional Purposes 4:44 - Observing for Assessment Purposes 6:39 - Conclusion
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22Q University Episode #3 "Understanding Individual Education Plans (IEP's)
 
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Navigating through the educational maze can be a daunting task. This webinar is designed to provide a road map to guide parents and professionals through the IEP process. It will cover issues of eligibility, evaluations, IEP components, goal writing, school responsibilities, parent rights and resolution of differences. The goal will be to provide parents with better tools to understand the IDEA law and how to approach negotiations with schools in a positive manner. Brought to you by www. DempsterFoundation.org. Presentation by Donna Cutler-Landsman
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The Saskatoon Police Service - Never the Same Day Twice
 
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The Saskatoon Police Service offers career opportunities that are worth serious consideration. The city has a rapidly growing Aboriginal population and the service must reflect this change. As protectors and peacemakers, the role police play in any community is invaluable. The police service offers careers both on the front lines and in civilian support positions. For more information visit saskatoonpoliceservice.ca. ©2014 Saskatoon Police Service
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What are the success stories?
 
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Program Description: This presentation will focus on the steps, elements, and people that are needed to assist people with disabilities in their successful transition out of Hab Centers. The promise and the pitfalls associated with transition will be explored. Learning objectives include: 1. Participants will learn the major elements required for successful transition efforts. 2. Participants will be able to identify transition shock issues and the identifying characteristics. 3. Participants will learn the top myths and misconceptions that opponents of transition use (no supporting data but powerful emotions). 4. Participants will learn the most important non-negotiable steps that need to be in place for successful transition efforts. 5. Participants will learn how to become personally involved in the life of a person with a disability and the importance of this connection in understanding transition. 6. Participants will understand and be able to explain the major action plan steps needed when beginning the transition process. Program Presenter: Derrick F. Dufresne ,is the President of Community Resource Associates, Inc. (CRA), a training and management consulting firm that he founded in 1982. CRA is dedicated to promoting full community inclusion for people with disabilities. Derrick has provided training and consultation to more than forty thousand people in over forty-eight states since 1982. From 2003-2009, Derrick served as President and CEO of the Institute on Public Policy for People with Disabilities in Illinois. The Institute is a membership organization that focuses on promoting best practice and quality community supports for people with disabilities throughout Illinois. Derrick has worked in a variety of leadership positions in both community and institutional settings since 1974. His experience in running a statewide community residential program included the closing of nine ICF-MRs and eleven group homes, converting them to supported living arrange-ments based on the personal choice of the individuals served. He has served two terms on the Board of the American Association on Mental Retardation (now AAIDD). He was co-founder of the Community Living Division of that organization and served as chairperson of its Legislative and Social Issues Committee (LASI). He has also served as board member of the American Network of Community Resources (ANCOR). Derrick received the Missouri chapter of AAMR's 2002 Monsignor Behrman Award for Outstanding Contributions to the Field of Mental Retardation. He also was awarded the national AAMR Service Award in 2002 "for unwavering service to people with developmental disabilities in support of self-determined and inclusive lives in communities across our nation." Derrick works extensively in the closing of residential facilities, transforming systems that support individuals with disabilities to implement best practice, and establishing community wraparound services for individuals who are in crisis. He also speaks frequently about impact of loneliness on people with disabilities. He is also deeply involved in teaching and coaching how to pair person-centered planning with individual budgets as part of the implementation of self-determination in a Medicaid environment. His work includes developing personalized residences for individuals, regardless of disability. As a former real estate broker, he has used his knowledge of real estate, financing, tax credits and subsidies to create affordable integrated housing for people with disabilities throughout the U.S. In addition, Derrick has devoted increasing time to consultation with parents, school systems and young people assisting in transition planning for individuals as they move from the educational system to adult services. He is deeply committed to assisting individuals with disabilities to "get a life," one person at a time.
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Building Reconciliation: Universities Answering the TRC Calls to Action
 
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The University of Saskatchewan brought together university presidents and Aboriginal leaders from across Canada November 18-19, 2015 to discuss how universities can play a role in closing the Aboriginal education gap. The plenary event included remarks from TRC Commissioner Justice Murray Sinclair, Assembly of First Nations Chief Perry Bellegarde, Northwest Territories Deputy Premier Jackson Lafferty, Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations Chief Bobby Cameron, and Métis Nation Saskatchewan president Robert Doucette. More information is here: http://www.usask.ca/trc2015/
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Why would people in an institution want to move, why would their family want them to move?
 
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Program Description: This presentation will focus on the steps, elements, and people that are needed to assist people with disabilities in their successful transition out of Hab Centers. The promise and the pitfalls associated with transition will be explored. Learning objectives include: 1. Participants will learn the major elements required for successful transition efforts. 2. Participants will be able to identify transition shock issues and the identifying characteristics. 3. Participants will learn the top myths and misconceptions that opponents of transition use (no supporting data but powerful emotions). 4. Participants will learn the most important non-negotiable steps that need to be in place for successful transition efforts. 5. Participants will learn how to become personally involved in the life of a person with a disability and the importance of this connection in understanding transition. 6. Participants will understand and be able to explain the major action plan steps needed when beginning the transition process. Program Presenter: Derrick F. Dufresne ,is the President of Community Resource Associates, Inc. (CRA), a training and management consulting firm that he founded in 1982. CRA is dedicated to promoting full community inclusion for people with disabilities. Derrick has provided training and consultation to more than forty thousand people in over forty-eight states since 1982. From 2003-2009, Derrick served as President and CEO of the Institute on Public Policy for People with Disabilities in Illinois. The Institute is a membership organization that focuses on promoting best practice and quality community supports for people with disabilities throughout Illinois. Derrick has worked in a variety of leadership positions in both community and institutional settings since 1974. His experience in running a statewide community residential program included the closing of nine ICF-MRs and eleven group homes, converting them to supported living arrange-ments based on the personal choice of the individuals served. He has served two terms on the Board of the American Association on Mental Retardation (now AAIDD). He was co-founder of the Community Living Division of that organization and served as chairperson of its Legislative and Social Issues Committee (LASI). He has also served as board member of the American Network of Community Resources (ANCOR). Derrick received the Missouri chapter of AAMR's 2002 Monsignor Behrman Award for Outstanding Contributions to the Field of Mental Retardation. He also was awarded the national AAMR Service Award in 2002 "for unwavering service to people with developmental disabilities in support of self-determined and inclusive lives in communities across our nation." Derrick works extensively in the closing of residential facilities, transforming systems that support individuals with disabilities to implement best practice, and establishing community wraparound services for individuals who are in crisis. He also speaks frequently about impact of loneliness on people with disabilities. He is also deeply involved in teaching and coaching how to pair person-centered planning with individual budgets as part of the implementation of self-determination in a Medicaid environment. His work includes developing personalized residences for individuals, regardless of disability. As a former real estate broker, he has used his knowledge of real estate, financing, tax credits and subsidies to create affordable integrated housing for people with disabilities throughout the U.S. In addition, Derrick has devoted increasing time to consultation with parents, school systems and young people assisting in transition planning for individuals as they move from the educational system to adult services. He is deeply committed to assisting individuals with disabilities to "get a life," one person at a time.
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Elder In The Making | Episode 5: A Broken Treaty
 
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What follows from the treaty signing is a genocide in slow motion. Elder Narcisse Blood shares his story growing up in residential school and the person he has become. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Connect with us: Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/optiklocal/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/optiklocal
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Object Lesson on Individual Worth and Repentance using a 10 Dollar Bill
 
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This is a simple object lesson that helps kids understand how our Father in Heaven values them and how going through the steps of Repentance can help us become clean and whole. You can find more teaching tips by subscribing to my YouTube channel or visiting my website on MeckMom.com. #LIGHTtheWORLD
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How to Liberate Yourself from Social Anxiety | Vanessa Van Edwards on Impact Theory
 
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"Captivate" is more than just the title of her new book, it is the effect that Vanessa Van Edwards has on audiences through her videos, articles, and data-driven insights. Vanessa is a self-described recovering awkward person who went from hiding in the bathroom and avoiding people at parties to literally writing the book on deciphering human behavior. She founded her own research lab, the Science of People, and has traveled the world as a speaker presenting her findings to prestigious universities, Fortune 500 companies, and media outlets such as The Today Show, The Wall Street Journal, and much more. Learn from the certified fraud examiner, body language expert, and author as she shares practical insights for decoding human behavior in this episode of Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu. PULL QUOTES “I believe that every person has a cipher. They have a set of values that you can solve about them…if you turn it in the right ways.” [8:13] “If we feel like we can change everything, we also might not optimize for how we are naturally wired.” [20:36] “The biggest thing that happens with friendships is that they do go stale.” [25:32] “We can unlearn our helplessness to learn to help ourselves.” [55:26] “We don’t realize that happiness comes in these very small moments every day.” [55:57] “Look at your struggle as immersive empathy.” [48:46] SHOW NOTES Vanessa explains what drew her to the science of solving people and why everyone has a cipher. [6:44] Vanessa provides the keys to understanding yourself or someone else. [10:07] Tom and Vanessa discuss the gravity of language, personality types, and neuroticism. [13:40] Vanessa explains why self-soothing is important to balance. [19:00] Vanessa explores the notion of radical honesty and deconstructs ambivalent relationships. [22:53] Vanessa reveals the one question to ask that uncovers toxic relationships. [26:50] Vanessa breaks down why she believes you can smell emotions. [30:58] Tom and Vanessa discuss leveraging your uniqueness to communicate the right message. [33:54] Vanessa talks about the personality matrix, radical honesty in relationships, and the resource theory. [39:39] Vanessa reiterates the importance of self-soothing and emotional versus logistical worries. [49:30] Tom and Vanessa touch on the link between happiness and learned helplessness. [53:43] Vanessa shares how she turns small moments of unhappiness into gratitude totems. [57:30] Vanessa defines the impact that she wants to have on the world. [59:28] MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE BOOKS/COURSES Captivate: The Science of Succeeding with People - http://amzn.to/2vbOxox [1:54] Snoop: What Your Stuff Says About You - http://amzn.to/2f2QYUi [15:28] The Power of Happiness Course - http://bit.ly/2gVfyqr [55:38] PEOPLE Sam Gosling - http://bit.ly/2gThqjy [15:25] Martin Seligman - http://bit.ly/2vz8x27 [54:14] FOLLOW VANESSA: FACEBOOK: http://bit.ly/2tQoA9n INSTAGRAM: http://bit.ly/2uM1oxi TWITTER: http://bit.ly/2uMmn34 LINKEDIN: http://bit.ly/2vwrbrj WEBSITE: http://bit.ly/1mfaup9 YOUTUBE: http://bit.ly/2uLGzTb -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "How to Make Yourself Immune to Pain | David Goggins on Impact Theory" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=78I9dTB9vqM -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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Mary Ellen Turpel Lafond: Listening to the marginalized to address inequality
 
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Children and youth are among the most vulnerable of society's citizens, with those in government care having a further series of risks. In Canada, our Aboriginal children and youth are among the most at risk. More Aboriginal children are in government care in comparison to other children. Fewer Aboriginal children graduate from high school than their non-Aboriginal counterparts. And, too many Aboriginal children live in poverty, become involved with the youth justice system and suffer from intergenerational impacts of residential schools. Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafond's goal is that all young people in British Columbia have the same opportunities for success. Her Big Thinking presentation will examine how Aboriginal children, youth and their families have become marginalized, and look at what can be done to ensure that this population @ the edge is heard and this inequality addressed. Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafond is President of the Canadian Council of Child and Youth Advocates, an alliance of provincial advocates from across the country who champion the voice and rights of children. She was appointed B.C.'s first Representative for Children and Youth in November 2006 and has worked as a criminal law judge in youth and adult courts, with an emphasis on developing partnerships to better serve the needs of young people in the justice system, particularly sexually exploited children and youth and those with disabilities.
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CONQUEST HOME CARE - Florida's Best Home Care Services Provider
 
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http://www.conquesthomecare.com "best home health care broward" Conquest Home Care, Inc. is a state licensed home health agency serving clients in Broward and Dade counties. We provide private assistance and support services for individuals in their home, hospitals, nursing homes, or assisted living facilities. We make every effort to assign service providers according to the needs of our clients. Prior to any assignment, all service providers must undergo a Level 2 background screening which is a fingerprinting check of state and federal criminal history information conducted through the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) and Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). Employment and personal reference checks are also conducted. All our service providers are certified/licensed, insured and bonded. When you contact us, a representative from the agency will visit with you or your family member to conduct an interview and determine the right health care package for you. We accept most long-term care insurances. We are Accredited: CHAP accreditation demonstrates that Conquest Home Care Plus, Inc. meets the industry's highest nationally recognized standards. We are extremely proud to be CHAP accredited which solidify our commitment to providing high quality services. Location Conquest Home Care Plus Inc. Broward 7491 W Oakland Park Blvd. #301 Lauderhill, FL 33319 Tel: 954-486-8156 Fax: 954-486-0791 License #: 299992226
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