Upcoming Care Coordination Trainings | Wraparound SoC

TRAINING EVENTS ARE SPONSORED by the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services and the Ohio Department of Medicaid. These professional development events are free for Ohio’s System of Care workforce. If you are not a provider supporting Ohio’s System of Care, but are interested in a training, please click here to contact us. 

Please review the following virtual training policies to ensure a productive and respectful learning environment.  

1.Registration: Each person must be registered individually and use their unique link to join the Zoom training. A reconfirmation email was sent to registered persons which contained your link to this training. Your unique link is used for attendance purposes and verification for CEs. 

2.Connection: Bandwidth issues: inform your agency and make plans to access a working connection. Chromebook or similar devices complicate your connection, and you will not be able to obtain chat information etc. Phoning in with audio (no video) cannot verify attendance, and you will be removed from the training. 

3.Artificial Intelligence: To ensure a safe training experience, there is no AI permitted. Any AI present will be removed. Zoom auto transcripts are available. 

4.Engagement: Please review your pre-training email with handouts (if available) before the training. Login on time and be prepared. Actively participate in group discussions and breakout rooms. Behaviors should be the same as in-person training, and limit multi-tasking activities (phone calls, side conversations or meetings, emails, driving in your car, being online in unrelated topics, etc.). Cameras must be on, and participants must be in view. If you do not have a working camera or wi-fi, please problem solve this before the day of training. 

5.Earn CE/Attendance Certificate: You must attend at least 90% of the training (attending breaks does not qualify towards CE eligibility). After the training, you will receive a Qualtrics link to complete an evaluation survey. NOTE: If you’re licensed, the license number you provided will be uploaded to CE Broker, so you can access confirmation. Attendance certificates will continue to be emailed. Please allow 4 weeks for distribution, and check your Spam/Junk folder before reaching out. 

Thank you again for joining us for this training. Please email Renne Rodriguez rrd.23@case.edu. if you have any questions..


May-June 2024

OhioRISE Care Coordination Training Schedule
Below you will find the required training curriculum for OhioRISE Care Coordinators. You will notice changes in the format, cadence, length of sessions and type of sessions listed. We have re-organized the training material to align with the current Care Coordinator ecosystem and in response to feedback we receive through post-training participants surveys, CME leadership  feedback, feedback from technical assistance/consultation and feedback from our content developers and trainers.

Initial Training for Field Readiness

Care Coordinator to complete the asynchronous video training titled “Essentials for Care Coordinators.”

CC Training Updates | Click on image to download PDF

– Care Coordinators complete the knowledge attainment questions and submit them to their supervisor.

– Care Coordinators and their supervisors to complete the field-based readiness demonstration of skills checklist.

– Once the video, knowledge attainment and supervisor checklist is complete:

Within 60 days of hire, the Care Coordinator will complete the Practice Pillars Phase and the Model Specific Phase listed below, in order to continue practicing in the field.

Care Coordination Practice Pillars Training Phase

Care Coordinators will complete all of the following 3-hour live training events focused on the practice pillars of wraparound. These training sessions run weekly and do not need to be taken in any order. Both Intensive Care Coordinators and Moderate Care Coordinators need to attend one of each of the following universal courses: STRENGTHS, NEEDS, TEAM and DETERMINED BY FAMILY.

Pre-requisite for taking these trainings is to have completed the asynchronous video

2.75 CEs available to Social work, Counselor, Psychologist, RN, LPN & Chemical Dependency Counselor for ALL Practice Pillar Courses 


Practice Pillar – Strengths: One of the critical practice pillars found in Wraparound is the discovery and application of strengths in bringing together teams and crafting individualized plans with families. Participants in this session will explore the development and application of an inventory of strengths to be used in the care planning process. Practice patterns that support the discovery, documentation, and dissemination of strengths will be examined and practiced. A framework for understanding strengths in a detailed way will be explored in order to support participants to do this work well in the field.

.2.75 CEs available to Social work, Counselor, Psychologist, RN, LPN & Chemical Dependency Counselor for ALL Practice Pillar Courses

Practice Pillars STRENGTHS Training
June 6, 2024
9:00 a.m. -12:00 p.m.
Presented by Neil Brown
REGISTER HERE

.2.75 CEs available to Social work, Counselor, Psychologist, RN, LPN & Chemical Dependency Counselor for ALL Practice Pillar Courses


Practice Pillar – Needs: One of the four pillars of wraparound practice is the identification and utilization of unmet need statements within the care planning process. Participants in this session will gain an understanding of unmet need statements as a tool for articulating the underlying conditions that give rise to the challenges faced by individuals and families. Participants will learn ways to use need statements to frame concerns held by youth and families in a way that speak to the “why” rather than simply the “what” of a situation. Participants will learn to use this framework in supporting teams to build effective help and support plans with families they get to serve.

.2.75 CEs available to Social work, Counselor, Psychologist, RN, LPN & Chemical Dependency Counselor for ALL Practice Pillar Courses

Practice Pillars NEEDS Training
May 9, 2024
9:00 a.m. -12:00 p.m.
Presented by Neil Brown
REGISTER HERE

.2.75 CEs available to Social work, Counselor, Psychologist, RN, LPN & Chemical Dependency Counselor for ALL Practice Pillar Courses

Practice Pillars NEEDS Training
June 13, 2024
9:00 a.m. -12:00 p.m.
Presented by Rachel Sorg
REGISTER HERE

.2.75 CEs available to Social work, Counselor, Psychologist, RN, LPN & Chemical Dependency Counselor for ALL Practice Pillar Courses


Practice Pillar – Team One of the four pillars of wraparound practice is teaming for planning and delivering help and support with families. This session will explore the unique nature of wraparound teams, the ways in which they are similar to and vary from other team-based approaches. Qualities and features of effective teams will be reviewed with an emphasis on helping participants identify practice patterns that will support the development of effective teams in the Care Coordination process. Aspects of team membership and member support will be highlighted.

2.75 CEs available to Social work, Counselor, Psychologist, RN, LPN & Chemical Dependency Counselor for ALL Practice Pillar Courses

May 16, 2024
9:00 a.m. -12:00 p.m.
Presented by Rachel Sorg
REGISTER HERE

.2.75 CEs available to Social work, Counselor, Psychologist, RN, LPN & Chemical Dependency Counselor for ALL Practice Pillar Courses

Practice Pillars TEAM Training
June 20, 2024
9:00 a.m. -12:00 p.m.
Presented by Neil Brown
REGISTER HERE

.2.75 CEs available to Social work, Counselor, Psychologist, RN, LPN & Chemical Dependency Counselor for ALL Practice Pillar Courses


Practice Pillar – Determined by Family:  One of the practice pillars of wraparound is “Determined by Family”, often articulated as “family voice and choice”. This training will provide participants with skills and understanding about how this critical feature of the process can be implemented in ways that assure family voice and choice in valid ways throughout the Care Coordination process. Participants will explore a brief history of efforts to build inclusive settings for families in the care process, tools for understanding family perspective, and opportunities to help others around a family align with this perspective in their interactions with families and teams.

.2.75 CEs available to Social work, Counselor, Psychologist, RN, LPN & Chemical Dependency Counselor for ALL Practice Pillar Courses

May 23, 2024
9:00 a.m. -12:00 p.m.
Presented by Neil Brown
REGISTER HERE

.2.75 CEs available to Social work, Counselor, Psychologist, RN, LPN & Chemical Dependency Counselor for ALL Practice Pillar Courses

Practice Pillars DETERMINED BY FAMILY Training
June 27, 2024
9:00 a.m. -12:00 p.m.
Presented by Rachel Sorg
REGISTER HERE

.2.75 CEs available to Social work, Counselor, Psychologist, RN, LPN & Chemical Dependency Counselor for ALL Practice Pillar Courses


MODERATE and INTENSIVE Care Coordination Training

**Intended for OhioRISE Care Management Entity Care Coordinators and their supervisors

Moderate Care Coordination (MCC), model specific training explores the core functions of wrapround informed care coordination principles and practices. Participants will examine how the wraparound practice pillars are applied within the constructs of the wraparound informed model, MCC.

5.5 CEs available to: Social Workers, Counselors, Psychologists, RNs/LPNs, Chemical Dependency Counselors

May 8, 2024
9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
Presented by Rachel Sorg
REGISTER HERE

5.5 CEs available to: Social Workers, Counselors, Psychologists, RNs/LPNs, Chemical Dependency Counselors

Moderate Care Coordination
June 12, 2024
9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
Presented by Rachel Sorg
REGISTER HERE

5.5 CEs available to: Social Workers, Counselors, Psychologists, RNs/LPNs, Chemical Dependency Counselors


Intensive Care Coordination (ICC), model specific training explores the pathways, tasks, and skills used by Care Coordinators to implement High Fidelity Wraparound within the Care Coordination process. Participants will examine the application of core wraparound practices across the stages of implementation.

5.5 CEs available to: Social Workers, Counselors, Psychologists, RNs/LPNs, Chemical Dependency Counselors

May 15, 2024
9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
Presented by Rachel Sorg
REGISTER HERE

5.5 CEs available to: Social Workers, Counselors, Psychologists, RNs/LPNs, Chemical Dependency Counselors

Intensive Care Coordination
June 26, 2024
9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
Presented by Neil Brown
REGISTER HERE

5.5 CEs available to: Social Workers, Counselors, Psychologists, RNs/LPNs, Chemical Dependency Counselors


High Fidelity Wraparound Facilitation Skills Training
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.

5.5 CEs available to: Social Work, Counselor, Psychologist, RN/LPN

Wraparound Facilitation Skills Training
April 29, 2024
8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
Presented by Rachel Sorg
REGISTER HERE

5.5 CEs available to: Social Work, Counselor, Psychologist, RN/LPN

Wraparound
Facilitation Skills Training

May 28, 2024
8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
Presented by Rachel Sorg
REGISTER HERE

5.5 CEs available to: Social Work, Counselor, Psychologist, RN/LPN
Wraparound Facilitation Skills Training
June 25, 2024
8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
Presented by Rachel Sorg
REGISTER HERE5.5 CEs available to: Social Work, Counselor, Psychologist, RN/LPN

Ethics. Confidentiality And Communication In Wraparound And Care Coordination
Care Coordinators providing High Fidelity Wraparound experience multiple ethical challenges in their daily work. This training will introduce the Care Coordinator and their Supervisors to ethical issues commonly encountered in Wraparound and strategies for managing them. This training will include the following content areas: 1) Managing confidentiality in Wraparound; 2) Maintaining professional boundaries with all child and family team members; 3) Professional responsibilities for mandated reporting; 4) Working within your scope of practice; and 5) Managing ethical dilemmas.

3 Ethics CEs for Social workers, Counselors and Psychologists have been applied for.

May 6, 2024
9:00 a.m.-12:15 p.m.
Presented by Richard Shepler

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3 Ethics CEs for Social workers, Counselors and Psychologists have been applied for.

Ethics. Confidentiality And Communication
June 3, 2024
9:00 a.m.-12:15 p.m.
Presented by Richard Shepler

REGISTER HERE

3 Ethics CEs for Social workers, Counselors and Psychologists have been applied for.


Safety and Crisis Planning for Care Coordination
This training will provide participants with a foundation 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 multi-disciplinary child and family team members’ role in the crisis and safety planning process.

5.5 CEs available to: Social workers, Counselors and Psychologists

Safety and Crisis Planning for Care Coordination
May 20, 2024

9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
Presented by Amanda Gillespie

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5.5 CEs available to: Social workers, Counselors and Psychologists

Safety and Crisis Planning for Care Coordination
June 17, 2024

9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
Presented by Amanda Gillespie

REGISTER HERE

5.5 CEs available to: Social workers, Counselors and Psychologists


Care Coordination Supervision Training
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.

2.75 Supervision CEs available to: Social workers, Counselors
2.75 CEs available to RNs/LPNs, Psychologists

Care Coordination Supervision Training
June 5, 2024
1:00-4:15 p.m.
Presented by Pat Miles and Nancy Lowery-Bregar
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2.75 Supervision CEs available to: Social workers, Counselors
2.75 CEs available to RNs/LPNs, Psychologists

Introduction to Motivational Interviewing for Care Coordinators
Motivational Interviewing is collaborative conversation style that Care Coordinators can use to assist children, youth, and families in identifying their own reasons for and pathways toward change. The skills in Motivational Interviewing can be quite helpful in engaging and assisting kids and families in exploring and even resolving their ambivalence about change. As it is a style of communication built on partnership, it increases opportunities for engagement – and this may be the most vital measure in all supportive roles. If children, youth, and families do not engage with services, the possibilities for supported change are lost. Therefore, the skills that support initial and sustained engagement may be the foundation upon which all supported changes are built. This 3-hour introduction is designed to provide a broad overview of the spirit, concepts and skills of Motivational Interviewing. It is intended to suggest ideas for support professionals about arranging conversations to strengthen a person’s own reasons for and commitment to change. Proficiency in using these skills requires significant time and supported practice investments. While some skills, or thoughts about different ways engaging with others, will be immediately useful, this training is a necessary and introductory first step to more fully incorporating Motivational Interviewing skills in helping relationships.

3 CEs Pending for Social workers, Counselors, RNs, LPNs, Psychologists, Chemical Dependency Counselors

Introduction to Motivational Interviewing
June 5, 2024
1:00-4:15 p.m.
Presented by Mike Fox

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3 CEs for Social workers, Counselors, RNs, LPNs, Psychologists, Chemical Dependency Counselors

Introduction to Motivational Interviewing
June 26, 2024
9:00 a.m.-12:15 p.m.
Presented by Mike Fox

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3 CEs for Social workers, Counselors, RNs, LPNs, Psychologists, Chemical Dependency Counselors


TROUBLESHOOTING & CARE COORDINATION SUPERVISOR LEARNING COMMUNITY
Troubleshooting Care Coordination & Wraparound Supervisor Learning Community is designed to support OhioRISE supervisors in practice model application and implementation within their organization and within the teams that they oversee. Brief didactic followed by breakout sessions with facilitated troubleshooting and group Q&A. 3rd Monday of the month, 9:00-10:00 a.m.

Next sessions: 

REGISTER FOR ONE OR ALL SESSIONS HERE


SYSTEM OF CARE CASE APPLIED LEARNING (SoCAL) COMMUNITY-
Only for professionals working for OhioRISE as a CME, CME Sub-contractor, or the Aetna Health Plan. Registration required.

SoCAL is a consultation-based learning community specifically designed for Care Coordination teams to bridge the gap between learned principles of practice and what those principles look like IN ACTION. 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. Meeting times are 9:30-11:00 a.m.

FURTHER INFORMATION, DATES and REGISTRATION COMING SOON.


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