Instructor: Leslie Hatch Gail
Work smarter, not harder! Interacting with organizing and productivity clients living with diagnosed Brain-Based Conditions requires extra layers of communication and collaboration. Working Smart Together: Preparing for Conversations with Clients Living with Diagnoses, walks you through the steps and teaches you to apply what you have learned throughout the course. As a result, your clients will be comfortable and successful working towards their organizing and productivity goals, ultimately leaving them in a better place.
At the end of this course, students will be able to...
- Identify physical, cognitive, emotional, and environmental challenges for clients living with different types of diagnosed Brain-Based Conditions that impact organization and productivity in activities of daily living.
- Distinguish between traditional organizing and productivity strategies and those with the potential to improve outcomes for clients living with different types of diagnosed Brain-Based Conditions.
- Compare techniques for tapping into strengths to solve organizing and productivity challenges identified through collaboration with clients living with different types of diagnosed Brain-Based Conditions.
- Demonstrate awareness of personal and environmental accommodations for working with clients living with different types of Brain-Based Conditions using strategies such as: encouraging breaks, sending reminders, and preparing for recovery from sessions.
- Build upon strengths following self-reflection with clients to empower those living with different types of Brain-Based Conditions to face organizing and productivity challenges with increased autonomy moving forward.
This class requires the passing of a knowledge assessment to obtain the certificate of course completion.
Please be sure to listen for and record the code words given during the presentation. The instructor will explicitly verbalize code words periodically throughout the class (i.e. "The first code word is...") Note: Not all instructors give code words. If you do not hear any, please indicate "none given" on the course evaluation.