Partner Special Needs Training Series – Intermediate

Workshop Date(s): 
11/30/2018 - 9:30am to 3:00pm
Location: 
Parents Helping Parents, San Jose - Suite 100
Address: 
1400 Parkmoor Ave.
95126 San Jose , CA
Contact Person: 
Judy Bower
Phone Number: 
(408) 727-5775
Email: 
judy@php.com
CEU Hours Qualifies for: 
0 hours (CEU hours qualifies for annual CE requirements)
IFECMH Total: 
0 hours
No seat limit.
Course Description: 

Partner Special Needs Training Series – Intermediate

Morning Session: Supporting Families of Children with Special Needs Pt II

Discover insights, tools, and methods to collaborate with families that have a child with a known or suspected disability; understand parental grief; make use of community resources and PHP services; and work with parents who may have their own disabilities. The focus is fostering resiliency in these families and their young children and builds upon the basic training of the same subject.

Afternoon Session:  A Life-Changing Tool for Person Centered Planning

One Page Profiles are used around the world to help people get supports in a way that reflects who they are and how they want to be supported. From supporting children at school, through transitions, helping people succeed at work, managing health, person centered teams, planning for the end of life, and more.

One Page Profiles are practical and powerful tools to empower people in countless situations. Come gain knowledge and hands-on skills in facilitating and developing One Page Profiles with us! 

During this session, all participants will develop their own One Page Profile for work by the end of this action-packed workshop, facilitated by a trainer credentialed by the Learning Community for Person Centered Practices.

Additional Information: 

Target audience: Designed for FIRST 5 Partners and other Local Professionals                                    

Registration: Go to www.php.com, select FIRST 5 Trainings

Note:  You are expected to attend both sessions to earn the associated certificate of completion.

 

 

 

 

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