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Crisis Prevention and Stabilization in Place Training – Kickoff Event
January 22 @ 9:00 am - 3:30 pmFree
FREE, Lunch and Refreshments Included
Who Should Attend: Supported living and residential middle managers, ICs, and care managers serving individuals with dementia and/or intellectual and developmental disabilities.
What You Will Learn: Practical skills and best practices for supporting persons with dementia and/or intellectual and developmental disabilities to prevent crisis, hospitalization, or institutionalization so that they can live safely at home.
Keynote by Peter Leidy
Peter Leidy has been learning from people with disabilities since 1983. Peter is a consultant, facilitator, listener, learner, improviser, and speaker who focuses on personalized supports and community membership for people with disabilities. He also writes and sings songs about human serviceland and those who find themselves connected to it.
WORKING WITH LAW ENFORCEMENT, POLICE PLANS, AND THE POLICE RESPONSE
Presented by Police Officer Ryan Jennissen, Madison Police Department (WI), and Sergeant Sarah Shimko, MPD
Although many Support Providers rarely, if ever, require the assistance of Law Enforcement, some inevitably will. Individuals directly involved incidents that require Law Enforcement intervention often feel overwhelmed and may not be thinking clearly. Fortunately, there are ways to mitigate some of the chaos during these challenging situations and increase the chance for a more positive experience and outcome for all involved. In this session, participants will gain an understanding of the role of Law Enforcement in crisis situations and how Support Providers and Law Enforcement can effectively collaborate with Law Enforcement prior to, during, and after a crisis.
THE EMERGENCY DETENTION PROCESS
Presented by Hannah Flanagan, Director of Emergency Services and Theresa Bednarek, Associate Manager for Journey Mental Health Center
In this session, we will be addressing the process for emergently detaining an individual, options to an involuntary admission and what response can be expected from our unit.
AFTERNOON BREAK OUT SESSIONS:
Intellectual and Developmental Disability Track
Restrictive Measures and the Restrictive Measures Process
Presented by Axel Junker, Community TIES
Individuals with significant behavioral health needs at times present with challenging behaviors that jeopardize their own health and safety and that of care givers or others. More intensive supports allowing for continued support in the community might include restrictive interventions. This presentation is designed to guide professionals how to assure the appropriate use of Restrictive Measures. Participants will gain an understanding of:
- what constitutes a restrictive measures
- how to assess if a restrictive intervention should be considered at all
- how to thoughtfully incorporate a restrictive measure into a behavioral support plan
- how to monitor the use and effectiveness of restrictive measures
- how to meet documentation requirements.
How to Write a Support Plan
Presented by Josh Lapin, Community TIES
This workshop will help you identify the different components of a support plan. We will identify behaviors that may be included in various stages and the matching support that accompany them. We will also discuss potential triggers to escalation and some pro-active supports that may help.
This is Your Life! – The Importance of a Life Story in Dementia Care—Don’t keep it a Secret
Presented by Joy Schmidt, Dane County Dementia Care Specialist-ADRC
In this session, we will talk about the bricks and mortar of dementia care, the Life Story. Learn ways to build the individuals story and get it off the chart and into the day-to-day care. We will discuss a variety of strategies in developing the life story and ways you can share it with your teams in a way that is fun and meaningful.
Building Approaches for De-escalation
Presented by Marion Chapin, Outreach and Training Coordinator for Senior Helpers
This session is very interactive with demonstrating how to use “hand under hand” and “Positive Physical Approach” to care. Recognizing unmet needs that cause escalating behaviors and how the amygdala responds to threats.
This training meets continuing education requirements as prescribed by the WI Department of Regulation and Licensing Chapter MPSW 19. Certificates of Participation will be distributed at the end of the event.
This event is presented by the Dane County Collaborative Stabilization Coalition. Mission: Collaborative coalition of Dane County leaders working to stabilize, educate and support adults living with dementia or other cognitive impairments in an effort to reduce their risk of crisis.
Direct questions to Rachel Weingarten: email@example.com