Making the Shift to Proactive Behavior Management. Help the people you serve develop successful relationships and improve skills, self-esteem, personal productivity, and work pride. Includes activities, examples, and ideas for helping staff shift from reactive to proactive thinking. George Seuss.
From Inquiry to Insight: Preventing Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation
This Third and updated Edition is time-proven and one of our most popular training tools.
Revised and updated to focus on today’s challenging issues of preventing abuse, neglect, and exploitation, this Dialogue Deck program helps staff delve into the causes and prevention of abuse and neglect. Dialogues designed to bring mindfulness to everyday activities that may be unknowingly neglectful or even leaning toward abuse.
Dialogue discussion cards get your staff involved in deeply discussing and examining the thinking, approaches, and procedures that can contribute to abuse and neglect. The discussion raises awareness and challenges the group to explore how to prevent bad things from happening.
Human Rights Committees
“To avoid rubber-stamping, and to gain the support needed to do an effective job, the HRC must have an open, accessible process; a commitment to dialogue; and each committee member’s willingness to be a resource rather than a gatekeeper.” — Steve Baker and Amy TaborAre the persons you serve exercising “little c” choices or “Big C” choices? A highly effective human rights committee (HRC) ensures the Big C options. This book offers the QMRP, case manager, executive, or program director more than just tips for starting and maintaining an HRC. Discover methods to:
- Ensure that the person receiving services understands his/her rights
- Select insightful committee members
- Schedule and conduct meetings for maximum effectiveness
- Maintain confidentiality
- Tackle both the unusual and the everyday
- Keep accurate records, and more!
Start today to make—or remake—your HRC into a powerful cornerstone for full and abundant living for the persons you serve.
Making Sense of ADHD
Why are so many children and adolescents who have ADHD falling through the cracks? Parents feel guilty and powerless. Their children struggle with diminished self-esteem. According to Dr. James Lewis, the answer is that it’s never just ADHD!