Empowerment Education: Creating a Culture of Support
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This module focuses on exploring the system of positive behavioral supports. Throughout this module, participants will learn the benefits of developing positive relations, and techniques that Direct Support Professionals can use to build and sustain positive relationships with the people that they serve.
Individuals attending the training will have the opportunity to:
- Identify at least 3 benefits of developing positive relationships with those served
- Identify the central purpose of our interactions with those served
- Identify the 6 key elements in building and sustaining positive relationships
- Identify the 4 tools that all caregivers possess for building and sustaining positive relationships
This training module carries 2 hours of Social Work CEUs and 2 hours of QIDP.
The Michigan Empowerment Education Training Initiative is a curriculum that was developed by the Michigan Developmental Disabilities Institute (MI-DDI) to address the training needs of Direct Support Professionals (DSPs), service providers, and people with disabilities. For more information about the Empowerment Education Project, please visit: https://ddi.wayne.edu/eetraining.