SE/IPS Regional Training Day 1: An Introduction to SE/IPS and Benefits Advocacy (Columbus, OH)

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OVERVIEW

This is Day 1 of a two-day regional training series about Supported Employment/Individual Placement and Support (SE/IPS), the evidence-based practice. Day 1 provides a comprehensive education for agency staff members who are involved with implementing SE/IPS. Day 1 focuses on providing an overview of the principles of SE/IPS and Benefits Advocacy. The content consists of the following:

  • The Spirit of SE/IPS: 8 Guiding Principles. This section will provide participants with an overview of the 8 basic principles of evidence-based Supported Employment, also known as Individual Placement and Support (IPS). These core principles highlight the spirit of the SE/IPS model. Participants will be encouraged to look at the level of implementation of each principle within their agencies and at ways  these principles can be further implemented as they provide vocational services. 
  • Benefits Advocacy Basics. This section will identify both the basic impact of earnings from employment on SSI, SSDI, and medical benefits and activities that all staff members can engage in to provide practical, every day supports for individuals who receive benefits. We will review supports that can be provided before, during, and after the job-finding process. Benefits advocacy does not require extensive knowledge of mathematics or the benefits system.

Learning Objectives 

At the end of the program, participants will be able to:

  1.  Describe and list the 8 basic principles of Supported Employment / Individual Placement and Support.
  2.  Discuss employment in the context of recovery and overall integration with treatment.
  3.  Identify the basic impact, if any, of earnings from employment on SSI, SSDI, and Medical benefits.
  4.  Identify at least three key roles of a benefits advocate and the reasons these roles are important supports for beneficiaries. 

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

Michael Rogers, BA , Nicole Clevenger, MSSA , Steve Shober, BS, LSW, WIP

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

This event is open to employment specialists in Ohio who are currently providing evidence-based Supported Employment/Individual Placement and Support (SE/IPS) services and to those whose organizations are in the process of becoming providers of SE/IPS or in the process of exploring how to become a provider.

 

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Michael Rogers is a consultant and trainer at the Center for Evidence-Based Practices at Case Western Reserve University and its Ohio Supported Employment Coordinating Center of Excellence (Ohio SE CCOE) initiative. He provides technical assistance (consultation and training) to service organizations that are implementing Supported Employment/Individual Support Services (SE/IPS), the evidence-based practice for people diagnosed with severe mental illness, substance use disorders, and co-occurring disorders.

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Nicole Clevenger, MSSA, is a consultant and trainer at the Center for Evidence-Based Practices at Case Western Reserve University and its Ohio Supported Employment Coordinating Center of Excellence (Ohio SE CCOE) initiative. In this role, she provides technical assistance to service organizations throughout Ohio that are implementing Supported Employment (SE), the evidence-based practice, which helps people with mental illness find a job of their choice in the community. Ms. Clevenger also promotes the Center's consultation and training for Benefits Advocacy & Planning among service organizations and consumer-operated services (COS) that are helping people make more informed decisions about their benefits situations and employment dreams.

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Steve Shober, BS, LSW, is a consultant and trainer at the Center for Evidence-Based Practices (CEBP) at Case Western Reserve University and its Ohio Supported Employment Coordinating Center of Excellence (Ohio SE CCOE) initiative. He provides technical assistance (program consultation, clinical consultation, and training) to service systems and organizations that are implementing evidence-based practices, emerging best practices, and other strategies that improve quality of life and other outcomes for people diagnosed with severe mental illness and substance use disorders. The practices and strategies include the following: Supported Employment / Individual Support Services (SE / IPS), the evidence-based practice; and Benefits Planning.

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September 29, 2016
9:00 AM - 4:30 PM

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September 22, 2016 (11:59 PM) EST
 
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