2019 Annual Training Conference

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When
May 9th, 2019 8:30 AM   through   May 10th, 2019 1:00 PM
Location
The Conference Center
2634 Main Street
Lake Placid, NY 12946
Resgistration Fee(s)
Pre-Conference May 8, 1 PM to 4 PM
Adult Care Management/HCBS session with Representatives from DOH/OMH $ 75.00
Tip, Tools and Techniques on Care Management for Children and Youth $ 75.00
Naloxone Overdose Rescue Training Session C1 – 12:45pm – 2:00pm $ 75.00
Naloxone Overdose Rescue Training Session C2 – 2:30pm – 3:45pm $ 75.00
Not Attending Pre-Conference $ 0.00
Conference Fee After 4/12
Full Registration $ 325.00
1 Day - May 9 $ 175.00
1 Day - May 10 $ 150.00
Attending Pre-Conference Only $ 0.00
Meals
Staying at the Conference Center $ 0.00
Commuter Lunch and Breaks May 9 $ 40.00
None $ 0.00
Concurrent Sessions, May 9 (10:30 -11:45 AM)
A1: Locating and Retaining Quality Staff in Care Coordination
A2: Community-Based Care Management initiatives to Reduce Rehospitalization
A3: Shared Decision Making in the Era of Recovery
A4: Health Homes and Hospital Based Systems: Striving for Excellence in Care Management
A5: Health Home Plus SMI
A6: There is no “I” in Group, Either: The Art of The Group Process
A7: Responding to an Opioid Overdose: Naloxone Rescue Training
A8: The Children’s System Transformation: What Does it Mean for Care Coordination?
Concurrent Sessions, May 9 (1:00 - 2:15 PM)
B1: A Program That Works, Dispelling The Myths About HCBS
B2: Overview of the New York Peer Specialist Training and Certification Process
B3: Re-Thinking the Crisis Plan: An Evidence-Based and Person-Centered Approach
B4: Incorporating Family Driven and Youth Guided Practice into Services
B5: Health Homes Children’s Services: Outreach and Engagement
B6: Ways to be More Inclusive at Work and in Life
B7: Responding to an Opioid Overdose: Naloxone Rescue Training
Concurrent Sessions, May 9 (2:30 - 3:45 PM)
Special Session Movie: The Glass Castle (2:30 - 5:00 PM)
C1: Cutting Edge Information via PSYCKES
C2: Creating Collaborative and SMART Care Plans
C3: Bridging the Divide: Care Management and Provider Partnerships
C4: Integrated Treatment for Dual Recovery
C5: Children’s Health Home: The Cornerstone of the Children’s Medicaid Transformation
C6: Responding to an Opioid Overdose: Naloxone Rescue Training
C7: Addiction 101
Concurrent Sessions, May 9 (4:00 -5:15 PM)
D1: Maximizing Health Information Technology in the Fight Against the Opioid Crisis
D2: Time Management for the Millennial Generation
D3: Whole-Family Health: The CarePath Program
D4: How to Partner with Your Lead Health Home
D5: Working with Pregnant Women with a Substance Use Disorder
D6: Intersections: A Day Program Without Walls
D7: Responding to an Opioid Overdose: Naloxone Rescue Training
D8: Cultural Activation Prompts (CAPS) For Effective Care Management
Concurrent Sessions, May 10 (10:50 AM - 12:00 PM)
E1: Effects of Social Supports on Health Outcomes
E2: Wraparound Implementation Using the Innovation of Health Habitus
E3: Resources for Care Managers: The CANS NY Technical Assistance Institute
E4: Effective Time Management in Care Coordination
E5: OMH High Risk Initiatives
E6: Let’s Make It Work! An Introduction to IPS
E7: Responding to an Opioid Overdose: Naloxone Rescue Training
Concurrent Sessions, May 10 (12:10 - 1:20 PM)
F1: Encompassing Therapy: Internal & External Care
F2: What Unhealed Place Within You Did You Inherit?
F3: Are We Trauma Informed Care Practitioners?
F4: Care Coordination for Assisted Outpatient Treatment (AOT)
F5: Role of the Health Home in VBP Arrangements
F6: Wellness Collaborative of New York: An Overview of the Peer IPA
F7: Responding to an Opioid Overdose: Naloxone Rescue Training