Understand how to conduct a meeting with your clients, caregivers, facilitators, and more.
You as the student will also learn the importance of boundaries with your clients.
You as the student will learn how to avoid negativity when dealing with your clients.
You will learn simple but key techniques to assist with burnouts with the job.
Most importantly, how to effectively engage with your clients. We will address this with 4 case scenarios that were not included in the supplement text.
Take Course 1. By taking Course 1 you will better understand the reasoning behind the case scenarios.
This is Course 2 from the Case Management 101: Course 1. Here I will pick up where we left off with getting more in depth with the process of being a case manager/support coordinator. Please understand this is non-clinical case management and not to be confused with medical case management. If you are getting ready to start a job in the support coordinator field, this is the course for you. This course also assist with understanding jobs within the social work, psychology, counseling, and health and human services field. I always recommend that student abide by their agency policies and procedures. Take a few hours to listen to the material and give us feedback if the material helped you in seeking employment or help with your staff.
Who this course is for:
Anyone that wants to increase their professional development while working with those diagnosed with developmental disabilities. (Bachelor's Degree Recommended)
12 sections • 10 lectures • 1h 56m total length
Case Management 101: Course Quiz
Safety and Boundaries with Your Clients
Pulling it All Together: Case Examples 3.0
Pulling it All Together: Case Example 3.1
Pulling it All Together: Case Example 3.2
Handling Repetition: You Lose One to Gain Another
Avoiding Judgement: Kicking Your Bias Ways to the Curb
Laketria Venzant is a natural advocate for those with intellectual disabilities. She has prior work experience in the field of case management for clients with developmental disabilities as well as those that are diagnosed with HIV/AIDS. Now she has written her first case management book to reflect her passion for assisting others. She knows that providing adequate care to clients in need can become difficult for case managers. So she wanted to use this book as a guide to walk you through the unexpected events that could possibly happen on the job. She's straight to the point and refuses to put "fluff" in her work. She believes in making her book an easy read in order for you the reader to be able to apply the tactics within the book and get ready to work with your clients.