Events

Wraparound SOC | Safety and Crisis Planning for Care Coordinators

Monday, February 13 8:30 am - 3:30 pm ,
This training will provide participants with a foundational understanding of youth and family crisis cycles, including risk factors, drivers and effective response strategies. Participants will take foundational principles learned and be able to translate this into the development of an appropriate youth and family crisis and safety plan. The session will focus on identifying and clarifying the Care Coordinators role, as well as other multidisciplinary child and family team members’ role in the crisis and safety planning process.

Wraparound SOC | Intensive Care Coordination 3-Day Training Series

Wednesday, February 15 9:00 am - 4:00 pm ,
This 3-day virtual training is designed for staff hired to provide Intensive Care Coordination using the Wraparound process. Participants will identify steps for implementing Wraparound including methods for building and maintaining a Child and Family Team. Participants will learn approaches to build a Wraparound Plan of Care that builds on strengths, meets family needs, and increases community connections. Participants will learn steps for managing Teams and Plans until outcomes are reached.

Wraparound SOC | Care Coordination, Supervision & Leadership: Tools for Troubleshooting

Wednesday, February 15 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm ,
Designed for direct supervisors as well as Departmental and Programmatic Leaders, this workshop will focus on supervising, managing and leading Care Coordination. Common challenges in “Personnel, Practice and Policy” will be discussed, as well as practical field-tested methods to effectively address those challenges. Emphasis will be on good Care Coordination practice across all areas.

Wraparound SOC | Intensive Care Coordination 3-Day Training Series

Thursday, February 16 9:00 am - 4:00 pm ,
This 3-day virtual training is designed for staff hired to provide Intensive Care Coordination using the Wraparound process. Participants will identify steps for implementing Wraparound including methods for building and maintaining a Child and Family Team. Participants will learn approaches to build a Wraparound Plan of Care that builds on strengths, meets family needs, and increases community connections. Participants will learn steps for managing Teams and Plans until outcomes are reached.

Care Coordination Professional Development | OhioRISE Professionals ONLY Systems of Care Applied Learning (SoCAL)

Thursday, February 16 9:30 am ,
SoCAL is a consultation-based learning community specifically designed for Care Coordination teams. It provides a structured framework to bridge the gap between learned principles of practice and principles of practice IN ACTION. It will also provide a framework to understand and refine the application of system of care principles with youth and families and provides a framework to organize the Care Coordinator’s understanding of youth and families with complex needs. This group experience will allow Care Coordination teams to gain skills and knowledge that can be generalized and applied across multiple situations. Presenting CMEs should register for at least the session that they are the presenter (but participation in all of the sessions is encouraged) Non-presenting CME care coordinators and supervisors can register for any of the sessions.

Wraparound SOC | Intensive Care Coordination 3-Day Training Series

Friday, February 17 9:00 am - 4:00 pm ,
This 3-day virtual training is designed for staff hired to provide Intensive Care Coordination using the Wraparound process. Participants will identify steps for implementing Wraparound including methods for building and maintaining a Child and Family Team. Participants will learn approaches to build a Wraparound Plan of Care that builds on strengths, meets family needs, and increases community connections. Participants will learn steps for managing Teams and Plans until outcomes are reached.

Wraparound SOC | Moderate Care Coordination 2-Day Training

Wednesday, February 22 9:00 am - 4:00 pm ,
This 2-day virtual training 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.

Wraparound SOC | Moderate Care Coordination 2-Day Training

Thursday, February 23 9:00 am - 4:00 pm ,
This 2-day virtual training 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.

Wraparound SOC | High Fidelity Wraparound Facilitation Skills Training

Tuesday, February 28 8:30 am - 3:30 pm ,
This training will cover core skills and tasks necessary for facilitating effective High-Fidelity Wraparound (HFWA) meetings. Topic areas included are HFWA meeting format and structure, pre-meeting planning tasks, and team formation and member engagement. Examples of micro skills frequently utilized (redirecting, reframing, summarizing, validation, reflecting) will be illustrated.

Care Coordination Professional Development | OhioRISE Professionals ONLY Systems of Care Applied Learning (SoCAL)

Thursday, March 2 9:30 am ,
SoCAL is a consultation-based learning community specifically designed for Care Coordination teams. It provides a structured framework to bridge the gap between learned principles of practice and principles of practice IN ACTION. It will also provide a framework to understand and refine the application of system of care principles with youth and families and provides a framework to organize the Care Coordinator’s understanding of youth and families with complex needs. This group experience will allow Care Coordination teams to gain skills and knowledge that can be generalized and applied across multiple situations. Presenting CMEs should register for at least the session that they are the presenter (but participation in all of the sessions is encouraged) Non-presenting CME care coordinators and supervisors can register for any of the sessions.

Care Coordination Professional Development | OhioRISE Professionals ONLY Systems of Care Applied Learning (SoCAL)

Thursday, March 16 9:30 am ,
SoCAL is a consultation-based learning community specifically designed for Care Coordination teams. It provides a structured framework to bridge the gap between learned principles of practice and principles of practice IN ACTION. It will also provide a framework to understand and refine the application of system of care principles with youth and families and provides a framework to organize the Care Coordinator’s understanding of youth and families with complex needs. This group experience will allow Care Coordination teams to gain skills and knowledge that can be generalized and applied across multiple situations. Presenting CMEs should register for at least the session that they are the presenter (but participation in all of the sessions is encouraged) Non-presenting CME care coordinators and supervisors can register for any of the sessions.

Care Coordination Professional Development | OhioRISE Professionals ONLY Systems of Care Applied Learning (SoCAL)

Thursday, April 6 9:30 am ,
SoCAL is a consultation-based learning community specifically designed for Care Coordination teams. It provides a structured framework to bridge the gap between learned principles of practice and principles of practice IN ACTION. It will also provide a framework to understand and refine the application of system of care principles with youth and families and provides a framework to organize the Care Coordinator’s understanding of youth and families with complex needs. This group experience will allow Care Coordination teams to gain skills and knowledge that can be generalized and applied across multiple situations. Presenting CMEs should register for at least the session that they are the presenter (but participation in all of the sessions is encouraged) Non-presenting CME care coordinators and supervisors can register for any of the sessions.

Care Coordination Professional Development | OhioRISE Professionals ONLY Systems of Care Applied Learning (SoCAL)

Thursday, April 20 9:30 am ,
SoCAL is a consultation-based learning community specifically designed for Care Coordination teams. It provides a structured framework to bridge the gap between learned principles of practice and principles of practice IN ACTION. It will also provide a framework to understand and refine the application of system of care principles with youth and families and provides a framework to organize the Care Coordinator’s understanding of youth and families with complex needs. This group experience will allow Care Coordination teams to gain skills and knowledge that can be generalized and applied across multiple situations. Presenting CMEs should register for at least the session that they are the presenter (but participation in all of the sessions is encouraged) Non-presenting CME care coordinators and supervisors can register for any of the sessions.

Care Coordination Professional Development | OhioRISE Professionals ONLY Systems of Care Applied Learning (SoCAL)

Thursday, May 4 9:30 am ,
SoCAL is a consultation-based learning community specifically designed for Care Coordination teams. It provides a structured framework to bridge the gap between learned principles of practice and principles of practice IN ACTION. It will also provide a framework to understand and refine the application of system of care principles with youth and families and provides a framework to organize the Care Coordinator’s understanding of youth and families with complex needs. This group experience will allow Care Coordination teams to gain skills and knowledge that can be generalized and applied across multiple situations. Presenting CMEs should register for at least the session that they are the presenter (but participation in all of the sessions is encouraged) Non-presenting CME care coordinators and supervisors can register for any of the sessions.

Care Coordination Professional Development | OhioRISE Professionals ONLY Systems of Care Applied Learning (SoCAL)

Thursday, May 18 9:30 am ,
SoCAL is a consultation-based learning community specifically designed for Care Coordination teams. It provides a structured framework to bridge the gap between learned principles of practice and principles of practice IN ACTION. It will also provide a framework to understand and refine the application of system of care principles with youth and families and provides a framework to organize the Care Coordinator’s understanding of youth and families with complex needs. This group experience will allow Care Coordination teams to gain skills and knowledge that can be generalized and applied across multiple situations. Presenting CMEs should register for at least the session that they are the presenter (but participation in all of the sessions is encouraged) Non-presenting CME care coordinators and supervisors can register for any of the sessions.

Care Coordination Professional Development | OhioRISE Professionals ONLY Systems of Care Applied Learning (SoCAL)

Thursday, June 1 9:30 am ,
SoCAL is a consultation-based learning community specifically designed for Care Coordination teams. It provides a structured framework to bridge the gap between learned principles of practice and principles of practice IN ACTION. It will also provide a framework to understand and refine the application of system of care principles with youth and families and provides a framework to organize the Care Coordinator’s understanding of youth and families with complex needs. This group experience will allow Care Coordination teams to gain skills and knowledge that can be generalized and applied across multiple situations. Presenting CMEs should register for at least the session that they are the presenter (but participation in all of the sessions is encouraged) Non-presenting CME care coordinators and supervisors can register for any of the sessions.

Care Coordination Professional Development | OhioRISE Professionals ONLY Systems of Care Applied Learning (SoCAL)

Thursday, June 15 9:30 am ,
SoCAL is a consultation-based learning community specifically designed for Care Coordination teams. It provides a structured framework to bridge the gap between learned principles of practice and principles of practice IN ACTION. It will also provide a framework to understand and refine the application of system of care principles with youth and families and provides a framework to organize the Care Coordinator’s understanding of youth and families with complex needs. This group experience will allow Care Coordination teams to gain skills and knowledge that can be generalized and applied across multiple situations. Presenting CMEs should register for at least the session that they are the presenter (but participation in all of the sessions is encouraged) Non-presenting CME care coordinators and supervisors can register for any of the sessions.

Care Coordination Professional Development | OhioRISE Professionals ONLY Systems of Care Applied Learning (SoCAL)

Thursday, July 6 9:30 am ,
SoCAL is a consultation-based learning community specifically designed for Care Coordination teams. It provides a structured framework to bridge the gap between learned principles of practice and principles of practice IN ACTION. It will also provide a framework to understand and refine the application of system of care principles with youth and families and provides a framework to organize the Care Coordinator’s understanding of youth and families with complex needs. This group experience will allow Care Coordination teams to gain skills and knowledge that can be generalized and applied across multiple situations. Presenting CMEs should register for at least the session that they are the presenter (but participation in all of the sessions is encouraged) Non-presenting CME care coordinators and supervisors can register for any of the sessions.

Care Coordination Professional Development | OhioRISE Professionals ONLY Systems of Care Applied Learning (SoCAL)

Thursday, July 20 9:30 am ,
SoCAL is a consultation-based learning community specifically designed for Care Coordination teams. It provides a structured framework to bridge the gap between learned principles of practice and principles of practice IN ACTION. It will also provide a framework to understand and refine the application of system of care principles with youth and families and provides a framework to organize the Care Coordinator’s understanding of youth and families with complex needs. This group experience will allow Care Coordination teams to gain skills and knowledge that can be generalized and applied across multiple situations. Presenting CMEs should register for at least the session that they are the presenter (but participation in all of the sessions is encouraged) Non-presenting CME care coordinators and supervisors can register for any of the sessions.