ASD08 Autism Spectrum Disorder - Vocational, Educational, and Career Support
When we are children, the adults in our life make choices for us. They choose what we wear, where we go, what we eat and what we learn. As we grow older, we make more of those choices on our own. Learning is life-long. As an adult, we may enroll in art and crafts classes, writing classes, language classes. We might join a gym, or go to the library.
CWS03 Child Welfare - Families of Murder
Families in which murder has occurred and how to treat.
SU06 Substance Use and Addictive Disorders - Supporting Skills Development
The purpose of this module is to demonstrate the importance of skill development and demonstrate your role in teaching individuals new skills that will help them realize their full potential and lead to a more independent life that can be challenging and satisfying. The module describes strategies and tools that you can use to assist you in this im
CW108 Child Welfare I - Vocational, Educational, and Career Support
Children in the child welfare and juvenile justice systems may have significant challenges in the school setting. Abuse, neglect, and trauma all impact the child’s ability to concentrate and focus. In addition, if a child moves from one home or setting to another, the child may change schools -in fact, some children change schools several times. Gi
ASD01 Autism Spectrum Disorder - Introduction to Human Services and Autism Spectrum Disorder
Understanding and appreciating the importance of one’s job is critical to a successful work experience. The Direct Support Professional is at the foundation of the service delivery system, carrying out the mission of the Agency or organization, supporting individuals, and serving as a role model in the community. Looking at the role of the Direct S