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Module 4: Professional Ethics in Rehabilitation Counseling RSA Funded - Full or Partial

Contributors: Dr. Matthew Markve, Jude Printz, Joseph Andenmatten | Published 1/2/2014 | This is a non-published document.

Tace 8-Learning Objectives: To become familiar with the Code of Professional Ethics for Rehabilitation Counselors; To understand the components present in the ethical decision making process; To become familiar with various CRCC mandated tools for use in ethical problem solving. Topics Covered: History of formalized professional ethics in rehabilitation counseling; An introduction to the aspirational principles of the Code; The 12 mandatory sections of the Code; Ethical decision making; Confidentiality; Ethics, morality and the law.
Average Rating: Not Rated

Module 15: Independent Living RSA Funded - Full or Partial

Contributors: Dr. Morris C. Hansen, Jude Printz, Kathy Laux, Shirley Hoffacker, Jared Schultz, Seth Masley | Published 11/14/2013 | This is a non-published document.

Tace 8 Learning Objectives: Develop insight into the Independent Living service delivery through learning the history and philosophy of the Independent Living Movement; Learn the difference between the medical and Independent Living models of service delivery; Gain an understanding of how Independent Living Services and Vocational Rehabilitation Services interact. Topics Covered: Independent Living Philosophy; Independent Living History; Types of Services; Funding; Integration of VR and IL Services.
Average Rating: Not Rated

Module 11: Counseling in Vocational Rehabilitation RSA Funded - Full or Partial

Contributors: Dr. Morris C. Hansen, Jude Printz, Kathy Laux, Shirley Hoffacker, Kim McFann, Aaron Prestwich, Seth Masley | Published 11/12/2013 | This is a non-published document.

Tace 8 Learning Objectives: To differentiate between rehabilitation counseling and other counseling professions; To gain familiarity with the full range of duties of the rehabilitation counselor; To understand the duties and role of the vocational rehabilitation counselor within the context of consumer rights and choice. Topics Covered: Definitions of Rehabilitation Counseling; Duties and roles of the rehabilitation counselor; The role of the VR counselor and informed consumer choice; Paradigm shifts and the role of the VR counselor.
Average Rating: Not Rated

Module 12A: Evaluation - Assessing Consumer Needs Interpreter Material RSA Funded - Full or Partial

Contributors: Dr. Morris C. Hansen, Jude Printz, Kathy Laux, Shirley Hoffacker, Kim McFann, Jared Schultz, Aaron Prestwich, Seth Masley, April L. Trice | Published 11/12/2013 | This is a non-published document.

Tace 8 Learning Objectives: To provide an orientation to the terminology, technical concepts, and tools of evaluation/assessment; To be able to perform a basic functional vocational assessment; To be able to make appropriate referrals to specialists for additional testing and evaluation; To integrate evaluation/assessment into support for consumer choice and satisfaction. Topics Covered: Types of Evaluation and Assessment.
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Module 12B: Basic Statistical Concepts RSA Funded - Full or Partial

Contributors: Dr. Morris C. Hansen, Jude Printz, Kathy Laux, Shirley Hoffacker, Kim McFann, Aaron Prestwich, Seth Masley, April L. Trice | Published 11/12/2013 | This is a non-published document.

Tace 8 Learning Objectives: To learn basic statistics that will allow one to accurately interpret test results in vocational evaluation and assessment. Topics Covered: Measures of central tendency: mean, mode, and median; Measures of variability: range, variance, and standard deviation; Types of scores; Correlation.
Average Rating: Not Rated

Module 12C: Tests and Inventories Used in the Evaluation and Assessment of Consumer Needs RSA Funded - Full or Partial

Contributors: Dr. Morris C. Hansen, Jude Printz, Kathy Laux, Shirley Hoffacker, Kim McFann, Aaron Prestwich, Seth Masley, April L. Trice | Published 11/12/2013 | This is a non-published document.

Tace 8 Learning Objectives: To gain knowledge of tests and assessment instruments commonly used in Vocational Rehabilitation; To obtain information about the appropriateness of specific tests for certain populations. Topics Covered: Intelligence Tests; Aptitude and Achievement Tests; Interest Inventories; Personality Tests.
Average Rating: Not Rated

Module 13: Medical Aspects of Disability RSA Funded - Full or Partial

Contributors: Dr. Kenneth Galea’i, Jude Printz, Jodi Smith, Seth Masley, April L. Trice | Published 11/12/2013 | This is a non-published document.

Tace 8 Learning Objectives: To gain knowledge about the medical aspects of disability that will assist the counselor’s communication with medical providers; To familiarize the counselor with common medical terminology, resources and references for gaining information about medical conditions and medications. Topics Covered: Working with Medical Providers; Referral for Medical Evaluation; Utilization of Medical Consultants; Medical Terminology; Standard Abbreviations used in Medical Records; Common Disabilities and their Vocational Implications.
Average Rating: Not Rated

Module 14: Assistive Technology Utilization RSA Funded - Full or Partial

Contributors: Dr. Morris Hansen, Kim McFann, Jude Printz, Jodi Smith, Aaron Prestwich, Seth Masley, David Herbstman | Published 11/12/2013 | This is a non-published document.

Tace 8 Learning Objectives: To gain knowledge of the philosophy and use of assistive technology in vocational rehabilitation; To learn steps for choosing appropriate assistive technology; To gain access to resources and information regarding assistive technology; Topics Covered: Historical milestones in rehabilitation engineering and assistive technology; Philosophy and use of assistive technology; Selecting and evaluating assistive technology devices; Different funding sources for assistive technology.
Average Rating: Not Rated

Module 6: Job Development and Placement RSA Funded - Full or Partial

Dr. Morris C. Hansen, Jude Printz, Kathy Laux, Shirley Hoffacker, Kim McFann, Aaron Prestwich, Seth Masley, Joseph Andenmatten | Published 11/12/2013 | This is a non-published document.

Tace 8 Learning Objectives: To become familiar with the goals and strategies of job placement and job development for persons with disabilities; To increase awareness of the skills consumers will need to enter the job market; To gain knowledge about supported employment. Topics Covered: Job Development and Placement; Job Seeking and Job Survival Skills Training; Marketing Methods and Strategies; Supported Employment.
Average Rating: Not Rated

Module 7: Counseling Theories and Rehabilitation Counseling RSA Funded - Full or Partial

Contributors: Dr. Morris C. Hansen, Jude Printz, Kathy Laux, Shirley Hoffacker, Kim McFann, Jared Schultz, Dr. Kenneth Galea’i, Shelley Kimoto-Buhr, Jodi Smith, Jacque Hunter, Aaron Prestwich, Seth Masley, April L. Trice, Ashley Sanders | Published 11/12/2013 | This is a non-published document.

Tace 8 Learning Objectives: To understand how counseling theory guides counseling practice; To gain introductory level knowledge of some of the major counseling theories and schools of thought; To be able to evaluate the appropriateness of various counseling approaches for use in the vocational rehabilitation setting. Topics Covered: The role of counseling theory in counseling practice; An overview of major counseling theories from psychodynamic, existential-humanistic, and cognitive-behavioral approaches.
Average Rating: Not Rated

Module 8: Vocational Guidance and Counseling RSA Funded - Full or Partial

Dr. Kenneth Galea’i, Jude Printz, Shelley Kimoto-Buhr, Jodi Smith, Jacque Hunter, Seth Masley | Published 11/12/2013 | This is a non-published document.

Tace 8 Learning Objectives: To provide an understanding of the differences between career guidance and career counseling; To provide an overview of several theories of career development and counseling: To provide counselors with resources of occupational information. Topics Covered: The history of career counseling and guidance in vocational rehabilitation counseling; Definitions of career counseling and career guidance; Theories of career development and counseling; Resources for occupational information.
Average Rating: Not Rated

Module 9: Counseling Diverse Populations RSA Funded - Full or Partial

Contributors: Dr. Morris C. Hansen, Manny Trevino, Jude Printz, Kathy Laux, Shirley Hoffacker, Kim McFann, Jodi Smith, Seth Masley, Danielle Critten | Published 11/12/2013 | This is a non-published document.

Tace 8 Learning Objectives: To increase counselor awareness of the impact of minority status, culture and disability; To assist the development of multicultural competency. Topics Covered: Steps to Acquiring Cultural Competency; Counseling American Indians; Counseling Asian Americans; Counseling Black Americans; Counseling Hispanic Americans; Counseling Persons who are Gay or Lesbian; Counseling Older Adults with Disabilities; Counseling Persons with Disabilities.
Average Rating: Not Rated

Module 10: Conflict Management and Negotiation RSA Funded - Full or Partial

Contributors: Dr. Morris C. Hansen, Jude Printz, Kathy Laux, Shirley Hoffacker, Kim McFann, Jared Schultz, Seth Masley. | Published 9/30/2013 | This is a non-published document.

Tace 8 Learning Objectives: The learner will gain an understanding of the key role of the consumer-counselor relationship in the management of conflict and the negotiation process; The learner will be introduced to other conflict management options. Topics Covered: Brief history regarding the shift in attitudes regarding the role of the consumer in the rehabilitation process; Roots of conflict; The negotiating process; Goal based strategies for conflict negotiation; The role of informed choice in the prevention of conflict escalation.
Average Rating: Not Rated

Module 1: Rehabilitation History and Legislation RSA Funded - Full or Partial

Contributors: Dr. Morris C. Hansen, Jude Printz, Kathy Laux, Shirley Hoffacker, Kim McFann, Jared Schultz, Aaron Prestwich, Seth Masley, April L. Trice | Published 10/1/2010 | This is a non-published document.

Tace 8 Learning Objectives: To gain knowledge of the significant legislation impacting the development of the public rehabilitation program in the United States; To understand how current laws affect the lives of and delivery of services to persons with disabilities. Topics Covered: Early history of rehabilitation in the United States; Key legislation from 1916 to the present effecting the development of rehabilitation programs; Impact of the development of rehabilitation programs on the lives of persons with disabilities.
Average Rating: Not Rated

Title: Module 2: Rehabilitation Philosophy RSA Funded - Full or Partial

Contributors: Dr. Morris C. Hansen, Jude Printz, Kathy Laux, Shirley Hoffacker, Kim McFann, Jared Schultz, Aaron Prestwich, Seth Masley | Published 10/1/2007 | This is a non-published document.

Tace 8 Learning Objectives: To gain knowledge of the key philosophical tenets undergirding the public rehabilitation movement in the United States; To understand the connection between the philosophy of the public rehabilitation program and key legislation. Topics Covered: The development of rehabilitation philosophy; Past and present understanding of who is to be served by the rehabilitation program; The emergence and understanding of civil rights of persons with disabilities and how these rights pertain to the rehabilitation process.
Average Rating: Not Rated

Module 3: Rehabilitation Program Organization RSA Funded - Full or Partial

Contributors: Dr. Morris C. Hansen, Jude Printz, Kathy Laux, Shirley Hoffacker, Kim McFann, Jared Schultz, Seth Masley | Published 10/1/2007 | This is a non-published document.

Tace 8 Learning Objectives:To understand the structure, location, and function of the Federal-State Rehabilitation Program; To gain knowledge of the services available through the Federal-State Rehabilitation Program and the hierarchy of accountability;To have a basic understanding of the rehabilitation program funding process.Topics Covered: Structure and programs of the Federal-State Program; Services provided by the Federal-State Program; Outline of the funding process; Rehabilitation Process; Workforce System Cooperation.
Average Rating: Not Rated

Module 5: Psychosocial Aspects of Disability RSA Funded - Full or Partial

Dr. Morris C. Hansen, Jude Printz, Kathy Laux, Shirley Hoffacker, Kim McFann, Jared Schultz, Seth Masley | Published 10/1/2007 | This is a non-published document.

Tace 8 Learning Objectives: To gain understanding of psychosocial aspects of disability; To learn the differences between disability and handicap: To gain knowledge about the theories and stages of adjustment to disability; To explore the impact of myths, attitudes, and language on persons with disabilities. Topics Covered: Definitions of disability, impairment, and handicap; Theories and stages of adjustment; Myths, prejudice and discrimination; Determinants of societal attitudes toward disability and perspectives from people with disabilities.
Average Rating: Not Rated