Summer Hours: A Powerful Structured Work Schedule That Helps Retain Employees
Ever hear someone say, “It’s all about people?” If it is all about the people, then how do we want to be together? How can we best behave in the good times and in the bad times? Everything that matters flows from how we answer the question, “How do we want to be together?”
Champs and Chumps – Jim Mullins
Champ’s way—for every week of the year. Use them for staff development, writing projects, speeches, and everyday inspiration. These proverbs can help you:
- Focus clearly
- Gain perspective
- Determine priorities
- Inspire excellence
Words That Lift Us UP! – Video
This program is available now.
These 5 Video Modules with 60 Minutes of Video and Instructors Guide give you the tools needed to reach out to staff, managers, and community members who are ready to tackle the person-centered language problem.
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Here’s a short overview video Words That Lift Us UP! – Quick Look
Linda Van Dyke’s Favorite Four
Here’s your complimentary sample of Linda Van Dyke’s Creating a Meaningful Day Curriculum for Adults PDF with Significant Intellectual Disabilities. Put it to good use!
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Rights, Responsibilities & Supports
Rights conversation cards help spark discussion about a variety of rights involving decision making, due process, privacy, voting, healthcare, finances, accessibility, and so much more!
Sex & Relationship Conversation Cards
It is often assumed that people with intellectual and developmental disabilities are not only incapable of having sexual relationships but also not interested in doing so. This is simply not true – people with intellectual and developmental disabilities have the same wants and needs when it comes to sex and relationships as nondisabled people.
Practice Standards of Developmental Disability Nursing – DDNA
Developmental disability (DD) nursing is a specialized area of nursing practice directed toward supporting persons with a developmental disability to achieve the highest possible level of positive control of their lives. Understanding that optimal health is fundamental to the capacity for positive control of one’s life, the DD nurse practices in cooperation and collaboration with other members of the interprofessional team to facilitate person-centered supports and services.
Making the Shift to Proactive Behavior Management. Help the people you serve develop successful relationships and improve skills, self-esteem, personal productivity, and work pride. Includes activities, examples, and ideas for helping staff shift from reactive to proactive thinking. George Seuss.