Protective Intervention: Decision Making and Problem Solving

Green Clock Hours: 1.00

Each of us values our own independence and our ability to make decisions and solve problems. People receiving health services, however, may have far less independence and control of their own lives. In response, they may choose to react negatively to the people around them and the environment in which they live. This course will examine that loss of independence and suggest strategies for encouraging positive problem solving. This course is designed to train staff on the prevention and intervention skills needed when working with individuals in health and community settings to foster a culture of decision making and problem solving, and prevent the need for the use of physical restraints, isolation or seclusion, and improve the quality of their lives.

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Course Description

Each of us values our own independence and our ability to make decisions and solve problems. People receiving health services, however, may have far less independence and control of their own lives. In response, they may choose to react negatively to the people around them and the environment in which they live. This course will examine that loss of independence and suggest strategies for encouraging positive problem solving. This course is designed to train staff on the prevention and intervention skills needed when working with individuals in health and community settings to foster a culture of decision making and problem solving, and prevent the need for the use of physical restraints, isolation or seclusion, and improve the quality of their lives.

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