Alaska School Nurses Association

UAA Center for Human Development - Virtual Full Lives Training Series

Posted about 1 month ago by Annette Johansen

Virtual Full Lives Training Series!!
If you missed any of the live Virtual Full Lives Training Series don't worry! All 12 presentations are now available as anytime trainings! The Virtual Full Lives Training Series must be completed by June 30. Don't miss your chance register today!
Additional Details:
  • Each course is 90 minutes long and you can participate at anytime!
  • Cost is $20 per training.
  • Care Coordinators can use these trainings to earn training contact hours through Senior & Disabilities Services. Details are available on each registration page.
  • Trainings must be completed by June 30.
Registration & More Information
Click on the link provided to view the registration page
Supported Decision-Making: Benefits and Challenges - What We Have Learned - presented by Elisa Tornberg & Travis Noah
Tech Up Your Agency; Finding Efficiencies, Making Time and Effort Count – presented by Bob Croley
Is Guardianship Necessary? – presented by Lisa Wawrzonek
Care Coordinators and Person-Centered Thinking: The Conversation Continues – presented by Kim Champney & Michelle Davidson
Checking Alaska Medicaid Member Eligibility – presented by Marilee Reinhart-Davieau
Culture Matters: Integration and Honoring Culture When Working with Older Adults – presented by Jordan Lewis
The Value of Enabling Technology – presented by Henry Wyatt & Sabrina Cardinal
Person Directed Plans of Care Goals (Employment, Health/Safety, and Emergency Preparedness) – presented by Lanny Mommsen & Ric Nelson
Introduction to Collaborative Problem Solving – presented by Randy Jones
Assistive Technology for Independent Living and Caregiver Support – presented by Tori Phipps & Kate Yenik
Assisted Living Licensing 101 for Care Coordinators – presented by Nate Allen & Julia Greenfield
Listening to Quieter Voices – presented by Jordan Lewis
The Full Lives Conference receives funding and support from the Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority, The Alaska Training Cooperative, State of Alaska Senior and Disabilities Services, and UAA Center for Human Development. 
UAA is an EEO/AA employer & educational institution
The University of Alaska is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer and educational institution and prohibits illegal discrimination against any individual: www.alaska.edu/titleIXcompliance/nondiscrimination.