|‹ July 2018 ›|
Prerequisite: This training is for those that have had the full-training and it will count as your refresher.
This course examines the influence of trauma on behavior and offers strategies and staff approaches to promote a culture of care that is trauma-informed and person-centered for all stakeholders, including family members who support those in care. With a better understanding of the function of the behavior, you can better serve those who have experienced trauma.
Trauma-informed care is defined as a framework of thinking and interventions that are directed by a thorough understanding of the profound neurological, biological, psychological, and social effects trauma has on an individual, while recognizing that person’s constant interdependent needs for safety, connections, and ways to manage emotions and impulses. This is an incredibly broad concept that we can understand more concretely by briefly identifying key brain functions and applying them to the CPI Crisis Development Model.
Grades K-5 Embed science text sets into reading and writing that will support the grade level science standards.
Teachers will receive an overview of how science teachers can use trade books to support their science instruction. K-5 Teachers will use their grade level science standards to find text sets both hard copy and electronically with MEL to use during Literacy Block in
Parents and Caregivers
This information workshop is designed for parents and caregivers who may be involved in the life of an individual who is served by a school or other organization where Nonviolent Crisis Intervention training is utilized in staff development.
The purpose of this workshop is to provide parents and other caregivers with:
- An understanding of the philosophy of Care, Welfare, Safety and Security, which is the cornerstore of the Nonviolent Crisis Intervention training program.
- An overview of some of the concepts and strategies taught in the Nonviolent Crisis Intervention program that could aid in the continuity of a person´s support and care.
- Knowledge about the realities involved in the use of physical restraints.
Developed by CPI, Nonvoilent Crisis Intervention training is an internationally recognized behavior management program that has been proven eff ective in managing disruptive and assultive individuals. The goal of the program is to give you the skills to provide the skills to provide the best Care, Welfare, Safety, and Security for staff and those in our care, even during crisis situations.
Maximum Participants: 25
Minimum Participants: 5
Event: Tammy Krevinghaus
Registration: Erika Rupert
Upcoming Board Sessions
- Bay City