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5 Steps to Quickly Take your Learning Program Virtual
April 28, 2020 - 1 - 2 P.M.

 

This free webinar will walk you through five simple steps to virtually transform your learning program, or take your current virtual learning program to the next level.

 

This interactive webinar will provide easy-to-understand insights on:

  • How to quickly transition your in-person learning strategy into a digital strategy.
  • How to optimize content and the educational materials in a virtual training environment.
  • Strategies to measure and boost learner engagement and participation.
 
Presenter:

 

Danielle Levsky, Learning Technologist and Content Manager at BenchPrep

 

Register Here!

 


Recorded Webinars

 
COVID-19: Strategies and Techniques for Disaster Behavioral Health Responders
 
This recorded webinar focuses on responding to the pandemic as disaster relief behavioral health workers. This webinar specifically addresses health emergency-specific behavior and emotional consequences as well as strategies and techniques to help individuals and communities cope with a long and complex event.

 

Access recorded webinar, slides, and presenter bio here.

 

Presenters:
  • Steven M. Crimando, MA, CHPP, CTM, is the Director of Training for the Disaster and Terrorism Branch in the New Jersey Department of Human Services-Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services.
MAKING FUNERALS MEANINGFUL IN THE AGE OF COVID-19
1.5 Complimentary CE Credit Hours Available
 
In this webinar, we review the restrictions on funerals and other death rituals in the COVID-19 environment and what these restrictions mean for families and communities. We explore the affects these changes have on the well-researched therapeutic value of funerals and offer suggestions of alternative rituals that may be helpful to the intimate network of the deceased. 

 

Access recorded webinar, notes, and instructions on requesting your CEUs here.

 

Presenters:
  • Kenneth J. Doka, PhD, MDiv, Sr. Bereavement Consultant for HFA
  • Brad Speaks, Owner, Speaks Chapels
  • William Villanova, President, Frank E. Campbell - The Funeral Chapel in NYC
 
COVID-19: Telehealth for Opioid Addition Interventions
2  CE Credit Hours Available
 
Although addictions specialists are now suddenly working from home because of COVID-19, many do not know how to apply existing laws and ethical codes to the use of technology. This webinar will provide specific suggestions for maintaining your ethical requirements while using technology to continue your day-to-day practice, as well as help you understand key updates issued about HIPAA compliance by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and the Office for Civil Rights. It will help answer your questions about how to legally and ethically work from your home. (Please note: Accessing the webinar and notes are free, however, non-NAADAC member's need to pay $25 if they want the 2 CEs.)

 

Access recorded webinar, notes, and instructions on requesting your CEs here.

 

Presenter:
  • Marlene M. Maheu, PhD, Founder & Exec Director of Telebehavioral Health Institute, Inc.

RESOURCES

 

Alzheimer's Association Michigan Chapter

 

Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services: Video on Medicare Telehealth Services Benefit

 

Zero to Three: Coronavirus Resources for Early Childhood Professionals

Includes webinars on addressing abuse and neglect during COVID-19 and mindfulness strategies.

 

Michigan Non-Profit Association Resources and Webinars

Includes webinars on nonprofit financial management strategies, volunteer engagement, and compliance culture during the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

Miller Johnson Attorneys: Resources and Webinars

Includes webinars on the CARES Act and Healthcare Providers and daily briefings on COVID-19.

 

 



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