More Free Person-Centered Training Available in 2023
The New York State Department of Health (DOH) continues to offer person-centered planning virtual training opportunities in 2023. There are sessions open across a variety of person-centered training topics over the coming months. Each topic will present a unique set of concepts, skills, ideas, and discussions related to person-centered thinking, planning, and practice; LeadingAge NY encourages you to participate in all that interest you. Each session will involve two hours of instructor-led presentation and interactive group discussion held on Zoom.
Sessions fill up quickly; be sure to check back frequently for newly scheduled sessions. For DOH’s Person-Centered Planning Training site, click here.
Current sessions include:
- Person-Centered Planning in Times of Crisis (Virtual)
- Person-Centered Plan Development (Virtual)
- Person-Centered Practice for Managers (Virtual)
- Person-Centered Practice and Cultural Humility (Virtual)
Who is this for? All the learning opportunities and trainings listed are offered at no cost for individuals who are providing, using, and overseeing home and community-based services (HCBS) in New York. All HCBS providers, including adult day health care (ADHC) and social adult day care (SADC), are encouraged to participate.
What are HCBS? They include, but are not limited to, personal care, home health aides, homemaker services, ADHC, SADC, respite, case management, habilitation, day treatment, rehabilitation, psychosocial rehabilitation, employment/vocational services, and other services that reduce cost and help prevent individuals from needing nursing home or other institutional care.
When: These learning/training opportunities will continue to be offered at no cost into 2023.
Contact: Meg Everett, firstname.lastname@example.org, 518-867-8871