Facilitator: Michelle Lewis
This training is directed towards individuals who want to gain knowledge on how to assist service users who may be facing complex challenges and/or assisting to navigating complex service systems. This training will offer participants with best practice tools and strategies to aid in supporting service users from a anti-oppressive, solution focused and ethical approach. The techniques discussed in this training can be applied to a wide variety of populations. Participants are encouraged to bring their own professional expertise and case questions to the training day. Teaching is interactive, and all attendees will be required to participate. Learning Objectives: understanding what exactly case management is in the context of social services; the case management meeting: strategies and concerns; information sharing – what to edit? Documentation: goal setting and role of case management and advocacy – how to target.
Target Group: All
Additional Training Method: Agency Training
Total Cost: THTC Members Pay: $80.00 | Non-Members Pay: $90.00
- The learner will develop an understanding what exactly is “case management” in the context of social services.
- A review of case management administration and system structure will be presented.
- Participants will develop new knowledge concerning documentation, goal setting, assessment and advocacy within a motivational framework for complex clients within the case management system.