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Take Charge of Your Own Health Care Webinar
Thursday, October 18, 2018 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am
To Register: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/WINDL
Participants will be sent a Zoom Meeting access link via email prior to the training.
This webinar will cover how to use the Self-Directed Health Care Kit. This kit is designed to help individuals with developmental and intellectual disabilities (I/DD) advocate for their own health care and support clear communication between the individual and their health care practitioners.
The kit includes a set of forms for tracking health care concerns and interventions. It has also been designed to help the person in a supportive role to help advocate for the individual and enhance the interaction between the individual and the health care practitioner.
These webinars are free to attend and accessed through Zoom Video Conferencing. There is a $20 charge to receive a Certificate of Attendance for 1.5 Continuing Education Hours. For more information on participation credit, contact Rachel Weingarten: email@example.com.
HEALTH CARE KIT
This Self-Directed Health Care Kit is a practical way to help you and your supports set up and prepare for appointments by gathering the needed information ahead of time. It gives you the necessary tools to be prepared and to receive the quality care you deserve at every medical appointment or hospital visit. We hope this kit is useful to you and becomes a part of your health and wellness routine.
- Introduction (Spanish Version)
- About Me (Spanish)
- Health History (Spanish)
- Helpful Tips (Spanish)
- Setting Up Health Appointment (Spanish)
- Today’s Visit (Spanish)
- Summary of Visit (Spanish)
- Urgent Care (Spanish)
- NTG-EDSD (Spanish)
This publication was funded by the Wisconsin Board for People with Developmental Disabilities (WI BPDD) using federal funds provided under the P.L. 106-402 through a grant authorized by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the Administration on Developmental Disabilities, and the Administration for Children and Families. Additional funding provided by the Alzheimer’s Disease Initiative – Specialized Supportive Services (ADI-SSS) grant authorized by the Administration for Community Living. The information reported herein was compiled pursuant to the State Plan on Developmental Disabilities.
Waisman WIN Distance Learning
The Waisman WIN (Wellness Inclusion Nursing) program is excited to announce a new series of online training opportunities for individuals around the state of Wisconsin. This series provides expertise, training, and resources through videoconference workshops for individuals who support the overall health and well being of adults and children with IDDs in their communities.
Access to resources and clinical services focused on the specialized healthcare needs of individuals with disabilities may not be available in many rural and underserved communities in Wisconsin and beyond. To meet this need, the Waisman Center aims to expand access to its specialized resources and expertise through WIN videoconference workshops.
Who should participate?
Family members, caregivers, residential and vocational staff, and others who support adults and children with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDDs) in the community.
About Waisman WIN:
The Wellness Inclusion Nursing (WIN) Program nurses serve as consultants to residential and vocational team members, families and health care providers focusing on restoring, maintaining and promoting maximal health and independence for adults with developmental disabilities (DD) so they can achieve the best life possible.
Presented by Marcia Stickel, Clinical Nurse Specialist, Waisman Wellness Inclusion Nursing Program Director
My education includes a BA in Psychology as well as a BSN in Nursing. I have enjoyed using both degrees in many of my nursing experiences. I have worked as a home health nurse and as a hospital nurse on a rehab unit, working with those who had traumatic brain injuries.
Since 2003, I have worked in community nursing in Dane County, first as a nurse care manager for individuals with both physical and severe mental health disabilities at CLA and Care Wisconsin.
Since 2009 I have worked in the Wellness Inclusion Nursing program and currently I am the director of the program. We work with individuals who have developmental disabilities or traumatic brain injuries and who live in the community and work primarily as advocates, consultants, and educators.