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Care for Residents with Intellectual or Developmental Disabilities

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This training provides a basic understanding of what it means when a person has a diagnosis of intellectual or developmental disabilities. Participants will understand how the diagnosis is determined and the levels of intellectual or developmental disabilities.  Self-determination and choice will be discussed so that those with intellectual or developmental disabilities are afforded these opportunities.  Participants will receive information on interpreting and addressing challenging behaviors in accordance with the Office of Development Programs.  Participants will be provided with basic knowledge on understanding appropriate sexual behavior and addressing this issue with residents diagnosed with intellectual or developmental disabilities.  Participants will understand the conflict resolution policy for the Office of Development Programs.  This training is for personal care home administrators to provide them with exposure to working with residents who have a diagnosis of Intellectual or developmental disabilities.

This is a required course within the 100 hour Personal Care Home Administrator training program. This course can be taken individually by licensed administrators required to attend 24 hours of yearly job training.

Class Details

1 Session(s)
Weekly - Fri

BC3 Main Business and Workforce Development

Melissa Bosworth (Hankey) 



Please read:  **The PCH-A program is now being offered in a Hybrid format; you are now able to take this program online or in person, please specify when registering so paperwork can be sent accordingly.

Tuition and Fees: 


Registration Closes On
Thursday, November 7, 2024 @ 12:00 AM

Schedule Information

Date(s) Class Days Times Location Instructor(s) Instructional Method
11/8/2024 - 11/8/2024 Weekly - Fri 12:30 PM - 02:30 PM Butler, BC3 Main Business and Workforce Development  Map, Room: BH183 or Online Melissa Bosworth (Hankey)  ClassRoom