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Community Training and Consultation

Training and Consultation offers learning opportunities for caregivers, support brokers/case managers, individuals with disabilities, families, program administrators/supervisors and anyone interested in learning more about related topics in the field of Developmental Disabilities.

If you wish to explore the development of these or other courses in your area, please contact Rachel Weingarten directly.

Community Training

Click on a topic below for dates, times and a full description of trainings we are currently offering:

Conferences/Events

11th Annual Fashion Show for All Abilities
Friday, April 21, 2017
Monona Terrace Community and Convention Center

Behavioral Support

Managing Threatening Confrontations

Managing Threatening Confrontations, Level 2

Understanding Sensory and Movement Differences
(Part 1)

Practices to Support Regulation and Relationships
(Part 2)

Mental Health

Health Care

Adult CPR and First Aid

Alzheimer's, Dementia, and Developmental Disabilities

Epilepsy and Daily Living

Go With Your Gut

Is It Pain?

Living With Diabetes: Learning, coping, helping...

OSHA/Universal Precautions

Safe Medication Administration

Save My Skin

Benefits and Funding

VALUES

"Ethics and Boundaries for Social Workers" by Professor Denis Collins, Edgewood College

Power and Control

Traumatic Brain Injury

Learning Together

Exploring Art

Fire and Tornado Safety

Fire Extinguisher Training

Dane County Adult Family Home Provider Trainings

Alternative Continuing Education Options

College of Direct Support - Wisconsin Pilot

The College of Direct Support (CDS) Wisconsin Pilot Project began in 2008 with the goal of providing Direct Support Professionals (DSPs) with training that would help people with developmental disabilities have stable, well-trained, competent and confident DSPs. This pilot project is a collaboration of the Board for People with Developmental Disabilities (BPDD) in partnership with the University of Wisconsin-Madison Waisman Center and the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh Center for Career Development and Employability Training (CCDET). This team initiated a Direct Service Workforce Training Initiative using CDS.

For more information, please see the Evaluation Brief (PDF) or visit the College of Direct Support.

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