Foundations, Intensive, and Moderate Care Coordination For OhioRISE Moderate and Intensive Care Coordinators (Required for both ICC and MCC)
April 4th and 5th
Limited Capacity | Register Here
This section is targeted for individuals who will be providing Care Coordination for children and families who enter OhioRISE with moderately defined level of need. Participants will be expected to use and adapt Wraparound principles, processes and practices to assure families get to the right help in the right way in the right time to produce the right results. Trainees will have a chance to consider how their work with families sets the stage for results.
Overall, these day-long trainings are designed for Intensive and Moderate Care Coordinators associated with OhioRISE. The sessions include material that covers the basics and foundation of Care Coordination as defined within OhioRISE.
Participants seeking training in Moderate Care Coordination must attend 2 consecutive days of training.
Each participant will register once, providing them access to the link for all necessary training days.
Participants wishing to be trained in both will need to complete the full training for each specialty (3 days of ICC and 2 days of MCC).
The focus will cover how to set the stage for Purposeful Care Coordination, establishing the right frame for outcomes and right-sizing and adjusting the Child and Family Centered Plan of Care. These sessions will provide participants with a working knowledge of Care Coordinator duties and responsibilities. All participants will attend these sessions together.
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