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Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities Special Interest Groups Webinar - Shared screen with speaker view
Wanda Parker
27:01
Will you be sharing the PowerPoints?
National Council for Behavioral Health PIC 7
27:35
Hi, yes slides and the recording will be shared after the webinar
Wanda Parker
27:50
Great and thanks!
Gene White
28:12
sorry. how do i access slides
stefanbjes
28:25
Hello everyone My name is Stefan Bjes I am a sergeant/ CIT instructor with the Addison Police Department in Illinois and I am the father of two sons with Autism
National Council for Behavioral Health PIC 7
28:55
The slides will be shared via email after the webinar, right now we are sharing via zoom
National Council for Behavioral Health PIC 7
29:33
Also, hello Stefan and welcome to the webinar
Gene White
30:33
Hi I am a professor of physical education in PA. I have worked with students with SED and Behavior issues for the first 25 years of my teaching career. I have just recently become a QPR and YMHFA Trainer.
Gene White
32:04
should we be able to see the slides right now?
National Council for Behavioral Health PIC 7
32:28
Hi we will share the stats after the webinar, there is not a slide for these
Gene White
32:37
TY
Julie Greenlee
35:43
I am interested in indicators of Quality among the I/DD population as well as resources that have national benchmarks
Tiffany Ames
35:48
Hi my name is Tiffany Ames, I am the program coordinator of The Arc of Cowlitz County. I am also the mom to 3 children, 2 boys with autism and one of those with severe mental illness. Glad to be here!
Laurie Callaghan
35:51
Developing outcome measures for IDD population that would allow us to share benchmarks
Aanya Rispoli
35:57
I'm preparing for a pivot in my career in 2021 to direct services, and see this population as my target
heidi thomas
35:58
resources to help improve the quality of life for clients in residential and day programs.
Lisa Pluff
36:05
Interested in onset and how transition affects onset of MH with IDD
Alyssa Sterling
36:06
Hello. I'm Alyssa. Learning how to support clients of mine.
Dana Davenport
36:29
I am a licensed therapist and I like working with this group because each person is different I am looking for ongoing research and perspectives to help in my work
Deb Angel
36:30
I would like clarification on if behavioral issues and mental health concerns.
Jill Dale
36:32
From Oregon: The topic area-have had specific questions about MHFA for IDD
stefanbjes
36:33
From a law enforcement perspective, it is how to better serve this community
Randi Rios-Castro
36:36
Interested in hearing what other states are doing with the dually diagnosed. Types or programming, tools being used to track data
Stephanie Thommen
36:36
Increase supports available to the aging population and training for all levels of care givers.
Jan Heidemann
36:36
Policies in working with IDD that have complex needs or have been labeled "difficult to serve"
Frank Lopez
36:44
EBP for this population,
Mike Hammond
36:51
Knowing what the current landscape is in the BH system in meeting the BH needs of individuals with IDD; challenges and gaps; resources needed, etc.
Yvonne Ball
37:01
I work at a Correctional Facility and Teach Mental Health First Aid. I am looking for more details to answer questions in class on helping this population.
laurie kalmanson
37:10
Hello, I am on for Qualifacts and the CareLogic EHR to listen to what providers and consumers and families need from their EHRs
Gene White
37:26
working with college age students with developmental delay and would like to be more effective with them and in helping my students interact more effectively.
Kevin Rodgers
37:27
Kevin in South GA,
Kevin Rodgers
37:35
Align funding, oversight, and person centered choice to design service delivery model. We would welcome CMS consultative reviews to assist in quality improvements. Develop Social Capital models of services that break away from goal /objective service planning
Alyssa Sterling
37:38
Supporting clients that have TBIs
Alyssa Sterling
37:49
Residential
Leah Compton
38:11
in Florida, our Mental Health and ID provider systems are separate. I would like to learn more about states with a system that serve both effectively
heidi thomas
38:33
Also, dementia in the aging I/DD population
Lisa Pluff
38:34
IDD MH and higher education how to support students
Dana Davenport
38:35
I work with ages 15 to 21 mostly school age
Laurie Callaghan
39:06
Pay for Performance models for IDD and Autism
Mike Hammond
39:17
MHFA in Australia has just completed a survey with SMEs on developing MHFA for IDD population...Mike Hammond here from Optum
Madeline Schoeszler
39:18
I work for Pioneer Guest Home in NE Oregon. I am a Operational Skills Trainer with many different Mental Heath disabilities. I am a QMHA I also work with the age groups of 18-70 and what kind of activities that help with IDD
Tiffany Ames
39:19
Hoping to find out where great services for children are and what that should look like for the families we support
Gerlande Kitt
39:32
Is ADHD considered an IDD? I am not sure what IDD is. Can you please explan
Frank Lopez
39:39
also specific resources for IDD and foster care population in Texas.
Julie Greenlee
39:51
Hi, our organization provides resources across the continuum to children, adults, and families caring for individuals with I/DD. We are in multiple states on the Atlantic coast (NC, VA, WV, TN, PA) and provider residential, day support, periodic supports, and adult foster care services. We want to use best practices and measure our services against national standards to ensure we are providing the best care.
Edmilse Diaz
40:04
I work for an elder service company and work with individuals who have developmetal disabilities and want to learn how to better serve them
Rachael Fields
40:29
Collaboration among providers in order to strengthen indiviudal programs. Our agency provides CDS and CILA programs in a rural community
Mike Hammond
41:01
NADD along with NACBHDD are both surveying state and local authorities on capacities....just so you are aware
Amy Johnson
41:23
I work with both IDD child adult and MH population as a Qualified Professional in NC.
Maria Gomez
41:50
Interest: there is a lot of stigma, myths, and lack of information about this population. Hoping to gain more knowledge, resources, and most importantly ways to engage individuals with IDD in assessment and treatment planning.
Madeline Schoeszler
42:23
recreational and engagement
Mike Hammond
42:25
Who can I connect with at the National Council on the work of Optum in this space?
James DeDeaux
42:37
James DeDeaux, DCSW in Odessa, WA. (very rural area -farming) I would like to initiate BH Therapies with families of young I/DD and siblings, helping the transition from home to school. Information is appreciated.
Mike Hammond
44:01
Two national models in this space...SKILLS and START
Alyssa Sterling
44:43
I want to understand what housing services are available in PA as well to help those with IDD
Laurie Callaghan
45:03
Staffing shortages and wage challenges, technology advancements assisting with these challenges
Lisa Pluff
45:11
would love recommendations for assessment tools for IDD and MH as students transition into college from HS
Mike Hammond
45:13
Dr. Julie Brown with SKILLS is you need a contact or lead there
Gene White
45:32
working with family member with addiction issue that have caused mental health and other disabilities
Mike Hammond
45:43
Yes please do. Michael.Hammond@optum.com
Mike Hammond
46:23
Can you share your contact info?
Alyssa Sterling
46:26
Specifically for IDD. I work as a domestic violence counselor and housing is a big barrier. Especially when most DV centers focus on empowerment and cannot provide as much support financially or generally to people with IDD. Any age group would be fine, though probably older than 18 and under 55.
Lisa Pluff
46:26
recommendation for age appropriate assessment tools
National Council for Behavioral Health PIC 7
47:13
Nicole's email: NicoleC@thenationalcouncil.org
Laurie Callaghan
47:47
Yes, supported employment and community integration
Jan Heidemann
47:58
Yes, please: Supported Employment!
Stephanie Thommen
48:02
Very interested in supported employment
Mike Hammond
48:16
My experience as a consultant to SAMHSA for over 20 years and going out across the states and my experience in managed care is that many BH and IDD systems don't intersect well and the BH systems are challenged to meet the crisis needs of persons with IDD
Jan Heidemann
48:50
We are just "kicking off" START in my region in Iowa
heidi thomas
49:06
Dementia
Lee Ferguson
49:09
MH First Aid for ID/DD
Stephanie Thommen
49:12
Aging population and providing care
Jan Heidemann
49:13
START, MHFA, and employment
Stephanie Thommen
49:16
Supported employment
National Council for Behavioral Health PIC 7
49:20
What are your top 2-3 topics?
Maria Gomez
49:21
Person centered planning and trauma informed
Laurie Callaghan
49:22
standard metrics for outcomes and population
Lee Ferguson
49:23
Genetic Disorders
Mike Hammond
49:25
crisis services and designing BH Services that meet the needs of persons with IDD
Dana Davenport
49:25
I would like to know some socialization skills others have implemented for IDD
Julie Greenlee
49:25
Best practices, trauma informed
Alyssa Sterling
49:27
Traumatic Brain Injuries, Housing, Trauma informed care
Kevin Rodgers
49:28
IDD and Mental health
Laurie Callaghan
49:33
community based employment
Brianna Steere
49:35
County Coordinator from WA State here - we already have a very robust community-based supported employment program here so that's not my first choice. Trauma informed care and person-centered planning would be great!
Tiffany Ames
49:36
children with several behavioral issues and IDD
Heather Gottke
49:36
TBI and mental health
Lisa Pluff
49:36
Assessment tools - recommendations for IDD/MH in college age
Susan Hodgman
49:38
the future outlook for dementa and alzeheimers
Aanya Rispoli
49:40
trauma informed for IDD and mental health
Heather Harbert
49:43
MH and IDD
Lee Ferguson
49:44
Best Practice Mental Health services for ID/DD
Mike Hammond
49:50
Charting the LifeCourse is worth educating people on
stefanbjes
49:51
Supported Employment
Madeline Schoeszler
49:56
socialization skills/communication
Tiffany Ames
49:59
helping the IDD system and MH system work together
Tiffany Ames
50:12
better wrap around services
Jennifer Akers
50:14
MH providers handling/treating those with DD/ID
stefanbjes
50:18
Communication Strategy for law enforcement
heidi thomas
50:24
*any preferred resources on emergency physical controls and the best vendors?
National Council for Behavioral Health PIC 7
50:28
What are your learning goals - personal professional goals/ agency goals?
Jill Dale
50:30
MHFA specific to IDD
Jill Dale
50:45
Health Equity for IDD
James DeDeaux
50:49
Initiating contact with parents of newborns, first steps?
Gene White
50:49
personal professional growth
Brianna Steere
51:00
Learning goal: How to support community providers to inform their services/methods based on evidence-based practices and new research
Laurie Callaghan
51:02
technology integration in care planning for IDD population
Francia Noble
51:05
To learn how I can support from the Admin side of an MHMR.
Stephanie Thommen
51:07
Community integration
Rachael Fields
51:15
Agency goal- expanding our dd services by CILA expansion and program improvement for our CDS program.
Frank Lopez
51:16
provide foster parents with trng info related to IDD
Maria Gomez
51:17
Parents with IDD and child protective intervention
Jan Heidemann
51:18
Integrated Community Employment
Tiffany Ames
51:25
Goal for our agency is helping bridge the gap between our resources in IDD and other agencies in mental health, not having families have to go so many places or make so many calls, being more collorborative
Brianna Steere
51:29
How to engage MH providers and community service providers to work together more closely
Amy Johnson
51:30
Profeseional and Personal to assist families with my learning.
Mike Hammond
51:43
Can we get your contact information at the National Council?
Madeline Schoeszler
51:43
how to assist them with there everyday ADL's and teach them also/to make them feel supported.
James DeDeaux
51:59
Technology integration with behavioral concerns
stefanbjes
52:00
Personal and Professional growth in assisting law enforcement better serve this population
Kevin Rodgers
52:11
Customized Employment services
Richard Lewis
52:15
I'm late for Q1, but accessing genetic information to and how genetics affect IDD Diagnosis, learning, medical conditions, supports, etc.
National Council for Behavioral Health PIC 7
52:16
nicolec@thenationalcouncil.org
Rachael Fields
52:19
Personal goal- to gain enough understanding to incorporate PCPs into every day goals for clients to help them be as successful and independent as possible
Mike Hammond
52:38
Care management platforms
Mike Hammond
52:52
sign me up!
Mike Hammond
52:58
LOL
heidi thomas
53:28
how to fight the no coloring or crayons unless adult focused. I understand age appropriate but I like a good Disney coloring book too! I worry we focus on the wrong things
Wanda Parker
54:31
I am interested in blogging
Mike Hammond
55:14
Peer support for persons with IDD
Jill Dale
55:44
Scholarships to Nat Con?
Richard Lewis
55:57
What resources are there for genetic testing?
Mike Hammond
56:18
Some ideas...UCEDD in MO has developed Charting the LifeCourse. Something we should profile here
Madeline Schoeszler
56:23
Getting some possible motivations for family involvement also. For some this is hard because they may not have any
Jill Dale
56:44
Stigma reduction strategies
stefanbjes
56:59
I second that family involvement is critical
Mike Hammond
57:09
Dr Shelly Reynolds there
Tiffany Ames
58:15
Is Natcon driven for families, individuals or providers?
Mike Hammond
58:30
It would be great to have some meaningful sessions as well as maybe an opportunity for this group to meet while there
Mike Hammond
59:36
This is the last of the frontiers to enter into managed care. There is a need to help the stakeholders, providers, etc., prepare for that
Richard Lewis
01:00:26
How can we help to build an EHR that actually works for IDD?
James DeDeaux
01:00:55
Who are the innovators assistive technology?
Madeline Schoeszler
01:01:50
technology has a lot of HIPPA violations as well right?
Madeline Schoeszler
01:02:52
we are residential treatment facility
Mike Hammond
01:03:45
Moving away from a medical model to a person centered planning approach
Leah Compton
01:03:46
I would like to learn about jail diversion for ID
National Council for Behavioral Health PIC 7
01:04:00
Any additional agenda items for future calls
Brianna Steere
01:04:03
Some kind of mechanism for the group to share best practices
stefanbjes
01:04:24
Yes there are mental health courts but nothing for IDD. They can’t serve this population
Lisa Pluff
01:04:38
level seems helpful, wonder if there is a place where conversations in between meetings could happen like a chat place or an inbox to gather communication, questions, recommendations in the off months. (if this makes sense) : )
heidi thomas
01:04:48
we have forensic IDD here in WV. It's going fairly well
Tiffany Ames
01:04:52
I like when groups do work and bring back the ideas to the bigger team ssxo everyone has buy in and can gather feedback
Mike Hammond
01:05:15
6 times a year seems like a good approach. Create a list serve of sorts
Mike Hammond
01:06:11
self direction and self determination
National Council for Behavioral Health PIC 7
01:07:44
nicolec@thenationalcouncil.org
Wanda Parker
01:07:46
can you enter your email address again?