Bridges to the Future Transitional Care Program: Medication Management
Date: 6/3/2013 Time: 12:00 - 1:00 EST
Paige Wolf, Pharmacy Technician and Nursing Student, CVS Pharmacy/Spalding University
This Webinar focuses on the importance of medication management of people with complex or chronic medical conditions. This presentation will explore all aspects of medication management and how to be successful in these areas.
Participants will be able to:
• Recognize the importance of keeping a medication log and will be able to demonstrate what a medication log entails.
• Display how to keep their Bridges Binder medication list organized and updated.
• Demonstrate the “Right way to take meds”
• Describe the importance of accuracy, consistency, and punctuality of medication management
• Recognize behaviors that encourage safe handling of medications.
• Become educated about medication errors and how to handle these issues.
• Implement the actions that are necessary in the handling of prescriptions given by the doctor as well as the management of refills.
Paige Wolf is currently pursuing a Bachelors degree in Nursing at Spalding University and has been employed by CVS Pharmacy for four years as a pharmacy technician. Ms. Wolf has a passion for spreading awareness and education about children living with congenital abnormalities along with those living with physical and developmental disabilities. She also plans to work at a camp for children with genetic disorders and chronic health issues this summer.
Bridges to the Future Transitional Care Program: Your New Rights and Responsibilities
Date: 6/26/2013 Time: 12:00 - 1:00 EST
Erika G. Janes, RN, Coordinator, Child Advocacy, Children's Hospital Foundation Office of Child Advocacy of Kosair Children's Hospital
Participants will be introduced to the range of responsibilities that are transferred to adolescents when they turn 18 years of age, unless a guardian is appointed through the court.
1. Discuss rights that are obtained at age18.
2. Understand medical responsibilities for legal adults in the US.
3. Address the importance for transition of medical information for youth with special health care needs.
4. Brief review and overview of the Health Insurance Portability Accountability Act (HIPAA).
Erika Janes is a registered nurse in the Children’s Hospital Foundation Office of Child Advocacy of Kosair Children’s Hospital. She is also the Coordinator of Safe Kids Louisville & Jefferson County, a program led by Kosair Children’s Hospital. This coalition is committed to preventing the number one cause of death and disability to children…accidental injuries. This local coalition was formed 24 years ago and is an original member of Safe Kids USA. Erika is also a Certified Child Passenger Safety Technician and has been with Norton Healthcare for 35 years.
Professional Development Webinars
(CCSHCN) Commission for Children with Special Health Care Needs Training Series
|5/15/2013||12:00 - 1:30 pm EST||Autism Awareness||
What is Autism?
Defining the characteristics:
-Restrictive or repetitive behaviors
What do some of these characteristics look like in the children we serve?
|5/22/2013||12:00 - 1:30 pm EST||Environmental Arrangement for Individuals with ASD||
Why is it important to look at the environment?
|5/29/2013||12:00 - 1:30 pm EST||Understanding Behavior Strategies for Individuals with ASD||Motivation and reinforcement
How do we determine reinforcers?
How do we increase appropriate behaviors?
-Use of reinforcers and replacement behaviors
How do we make new adults and peers reinforcing?
-Look at pairing new individuals with reinforcement
Strategies to increase appropriate behaviors
Autism and Early Childhood Education Professional Development Webinar Series
This training series has been approved for continuing education credits thought the Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services, Division of Child Care and education leadership credits from the Effective Education Leadership Act (EILA). *Certificates of attendance will also be provided upon completion of the training.
Early Childhood Development & Autism
Date: 6/13/2013 at noon (EST)
Participants will gain an understanding of the core deficits for individuals with autism and will be able to identify the red flags for potential autism diagnosis exploring neurotypical child development and the developmental milestones outlined by the CDC.
Environmental & Instructional Supports for Students' with Autism in the Preschool Classroom
Date: 6/20/2013 at noon (EST)
Participants will be introduced to class wide organizational & instructional tools such as activity matrices, staff matrices, visual supports, and general environmental arrangement strategies for supporting students with autism in an inclusive preschool classroom.
Systematic Instruction in the Preschool Classroom
Date: 6/27/2013 at noon (EST)
Participants will be introduced to the most basic instruction (direction given, student response, and consequence), prompting, and errorless learning strategies. Also the need for teaching skills discretely as well as embedded (decontextualized vs. contextualized) and how to determine what skills to teach when, where, and how will be discussed.
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