NDCPD uses WebEx for our distance trainings. Participating sites need a computer with video and audio. See the attached pdf file “Meeting test site directions” to test your connection.
The other pdf document “Instructions for connecting audio video” gives the directions on how to connect either Voice over IP (VoIP) with your computer. If you cannot connect to the audio on your computer, you may still login to the WebEx site to see the presenter's slides and call in using your phone to hear the speaker (toll call).
Presented by: Dr. Tom Pomeranz
Dates: Part I: November 30, 2015
Part II: December 14, 2015
Time: 10:00a.m. -12:00 Noon Central Time
Abstract: This informative two part webinar provides discussion regarding the critical role of Service Coordination in assuring that an individual’s quality of life is enhanced through the individualized support and futures planning processes. Focus is given to the essential elements of a Futures Planning process. Strategies for identifying the dreams and priorities of individuals are discussed in detail. Though form and format of the Futures Planning process are briefly discussed, primary emphasis is given to the use of generic supports, overcoming the restrictions of highly regulated environments, effectively utilizing available resources and empowering direct support professionals to serve as active learning instructors in the process.
Who Should Attend? Participants who will benefit from Dr. Pomeranz’ webinars include human service professionals including staff trainers, social workers, nurses, program coordinators, Qualified Developmental Disabilities Professionals; Developmental Disabilities Program Managers; leadership staff and others who participate in and promote person-centered planning processes.
Dr. Tom Pomeranz is a nationally recognized authority, trainer,
clinician and consultant in the field of services for people with
disabilities. Over the last forty (40) years, Tom has conducted thousands of seminars and programs throughout the United States and Canada. His audiences praise his ability to combine information, humor, passion and storytelling into an informative whole that does not just present the information, but really communicates it in a memorable fashion.
He is the highly acclaimed creator of Universal Enhancement, which teaches strategies promoting community participation and supporting people to have a quality life. Additionally, he is noted for his innovative approach to leadership and management training
The North Dakota Center for Persons with Disabilities, a University Center of Excellence on Developmental
Disabilities at Minot State University.
Registration – two weeks prior
Minot State University/NDCPD
500 University Avenue West
Minot, ND 58707