Trainings Resources and Materials - Training Calendar
Webinar Trainings and Materials
- Medicaid and Service Eligibility for Aging and People with Disabilities (APD) (Webinar, April 14, 2015)
- Medicaid and Service Eligibility for Aging and People with Disabilities (APD) (PowerPoint, April 14, 2015)
- Guiding Consumers as they seek Person-Centered Long Term Care Options (Webinar, March 2015)
- Person-Centered Care in Oregon MOVE Consumer Guide (PDF, March 2105)
- Finding Person-Centered Long-Term Care Facilities (PDF, March 2015)
- DHS Office of Developmental Disability Services Eligibility Overview (Webinar, February 2015)
- DHS Office of Developmental Disability Services Eligibility Overview (PowerPoint, February 2015)
- Falls Prevention (Webinar, June 2014)
- Falls Prevention (PowerPoint, June 2014)
- Long Term Care Insurance Training (Webinar, April 2014)
- Senior Health Insurance Benefits Assistance (SHIBA) - Who we are / What we do (Webinar, April 2014)
- Veteran Directed Home and Community Based Services in Oregon (Webinar, April 2014)
- Veteran Directed Home and Community Based Services in Oregon (PowerPoint, April 2014)
Oregon Project Independence (OPI)
Oregon Project Independence (OPI) Best Practices
TBD - FAQ Page
ADRC Dementia Training
Aging Services & Supports for People Living with Dementia - ADRC
Dementia Training. These web-based trainings were developed by Portland
State University based on input and piloting by Oregon ADRC partners.
Individual may view these trainings on their own; however group viewing
and discussion using the provided Companion Guides is encouraged. Please
be sure to complete the brief feedback survey at the end of each
module, and the assessment at the end of each Tier.
LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender)
Medicare Improvements for Patients and Providers Act (MIPPA)
Check for Safety and What You Can Do To Prevent Falls
are from the CDC Website. Theoretically, you can order them from the
site. They have always been out of stock when we have tried, so we
printed the short version in house and have sent the larger "What you
can do to prevent falls" to the printer. Staff would use one or the
other depending on situation.
The word document 'home safety checklist' was developed by the Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant that NWSDS has on staff that does assessments for the Otago program. They have initial buy-in from staff to use it as every home visit and then use 1 of the other pdf handouts as support during the discussion.
TBD - NWSDS is also working on a colored picture sheet of common durable medical equipment supplies to use as a visual aid when meeting with consumers. They are hoping that it will help them understand "transfer bath bench" etc., and lead to greater follow up to obtain aids or ask MD for PT referral, etc.
I&R (Information and Referral)
New AAA Director
Miscellaneous Trainings and Materials