Mental Health Aspects of Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities
Professional Development Series
Course for Mobile Crisis Responders
The next course begins on May 11, 2021
Registration is open for the next virtual training course on mental health aspects of intellectual and developmental disabilities (MHIDD) for mobile crisis responders. The course consists of 6 webinar sessions (75 minutes each) that teach best practices in crisis assessment, response, and disposition recommendations. It is highly recommended for the following providers:
- Mobile Crisis Responders, Clinicians & Supervisors
- Mental Health and/or IDD Case Managers /Service Coordinators
- Emergency Services Clinicians
Participants who attend all 6 sessions of this course will receive a Center for START Services Certificate of Completion for MHIDD Mobile Crisis Response Training and 0.75 CEUs from the University of New Hampshire (CEUs are available for individual sessions).
Registration fee is $149 per person. The MHIDD Crisis Response course is offered multiple times annually - the next course begins in May 2021.
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May 2021 Course Dates
Identify how common mental health conditions may present in persons with IDD
Identify the most common mental health conditions within the IDD population
Clarify difference between presentation and conceptualization
Apply skills and approaches learned within sessions to crisis assessments of individuals with MH/IDD
Integrate information learned into disposition recommendations
- Attend each Zoom Webinar session (If unable to attend a particular session, a recorded version will be available)
- Read weekly case vignette prior to session and complete a case vignette worksheet
- Complete a pre- and post-survey at the beginning and conclusion of the course as well as a short training evaluation following each session