Objectives

  • Define learning
  • Identify assumptions about adult learning
  • Explore ways to motivate learners
  • Review learning styles
  • Learn a new skill to use in community outreach, family education and therapy groups to improve learning

Objectives:

  • Define life skills and why they are important
  • Describe the different learning styles
  • Indentify the characteristics of each dimension of temperament
  • Discuss the levels of Maslow's heirarchy
  • Identify other characteristics which may yield specialized needs.

Objectives

  • Define learning
  • Identify assumptions about adult learning
  • Explore ways to motivate learners
  • Review learning styles
  • Learn a new skill to use in community outreach, family education and therapy groups to improve learning
LEARNER OBJECTIVES
  • Understanding Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD)
  • Describe Individuals With FASD – Strengths, Difficulties, and Approaches
  • Explain Prevention and Risk Reduction Strategies
  • Review and Find Relevant Resources

LEARNER OBJECTIVES

  • The benefits of sunlight, oxygen, movement and endorphins on mood
  • How exercise can help mitigate depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, postpartum depression, hyperactivity, bulimia/binge eating and addiction
  • Common mental health issues in the “average” population and their frequency
  • Common psychotropic medications and their side effects which may affect balance, coordination, reaction time and stamina
LEARNER OBJECTIVES
  • Define stigma and discrimination
  • Explore the protections under the ADA
  • List several ways our consumers are stigmatized or discriminated against
  • Identify ways to fight discrimination
LEARNER OBJECTIVES
  • Define Advocacy
  • Identify 5 methods for advocating
  • Discuss the ways in which you can advocate for your clients

LEARNER OBJECTIVES

  • Learn why HIPAA was created
  • Define Protected Health Information or PHI
  • Identify special requirements regarding transmission of Protected Health Information (PHI)
  • Identify consumer rights with regard to their PHI


LEARNER OBJECTIVES

  • Learn why HIPAA was created
  • Define Protected Health Information or PHI
  • Identify special requirements regarding transmission of Protected Health Information (PHI)
  • Identify consumer rights with regard to thier PHI
  • Explain what the Marchman act is
  • Define substance abuse
  • Explain the different types of admissions
  • List involuntary admission criteria
  • Describe the process for filing a petition for a Marchman act