Acquired and Traumatic Brain Injury Case Management (ATBI) FY19

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Training Details

Event Dates and Timeframe
Any Time
Location and Delivery Method
Delivery Method
Online / Web Delivered
Software
AKTC Online Learning Portal/Moodle
Contact Person
AKTC Support
Support Phone
(907) 264-6244
Support Email
support@aktclms.org
Cost Range
FREE

Host And Instructor

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Host
Rural AKHealth Professions Foundation/AKTraining Cooperative
Instructor
Contact Lisa Cauble, 907-264-6276, lisa@alaskachd.org

Credits

Contact Hours: 4.00

Training Overview Description

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COST OF TRAINING: The fee for this training displays as FREE; however, each registrant or agency will be invoiced $40 for each completed training. This invoicing will happen once a month and allow agencies to pay for multiple trainees with one payment.

Description: This training covers the basic information that will benefit case managers in how to effectively work with individuals experiencing ATBI (Acquired & Traumatic Brain Injury). This is a self-paced online training incorporating recordings of five, 90-minute audioconference sessions, companion training materials, post-tests for each topic, and an overall post/pre evaluation. A certificate of completion is available after all requirements are met.

This training is approved by SDS as one of the criteria for eligibility as a renderer of Medicaid-funded ATBI Targeted Case Management. In this training participants will be able to: demonstrate a basic understanding of brain anatomy and brain physiology; demonstrate understanding of the types of brain injury, their causes and some common symptoms; discuss how brain injury can impact a person’s physical and psychological state; learn strategies for more effectively interfacing with a brain-injured individual and become familiar with the services available within Alaska and ABINs brain injury resource directory. Case studies will be used for other practical objectives including how to identify life areas/issues that are affected by persons with TBI and their families, identify services that may be needed by individuals or families who experience a brain injury; and evidence-based approaches that contribute to increased quality of life for individuals who have experienced a brain injury.

Event-specific Details

Accessing the online course - Once you have registered for the training you will be able to access the content on AKTC's Moodle Online Training Portal at http://moodle.aktclms.org no more than 15 minutes after your payment has been processed. Use the same username and password used to register for this training.

If you do not know your username and password - please go to http://aktclms.org, select login, then select I forgot my password. Enter your email address as your username to have an email sent that will allow you to reset your password. Allow 15 minutes for the two systems to synchronize then follow the Moodle link above to log in.

Please make sure your current employer is included on your user profile. If there is no employer listed, you will be responsible for the registration fee.

90-Day Completion - This online training has a 90-day completion expectation. If you do not complete the training within 90 days of your registration and payment date, you will be marked as Incomplete. If you would like to complete the class after 90 days, please contact AKTC Support at [support@aktclms.org](mailto: support@aktclms.org) or 907-264-6244.

If you have any questions about accessing your online training, please contact AKTC Support right away to ensure your timely completion.

Traumatic Brain Injury
Behavioral Health/Mental Illness
All Direct Support Services/Care Givers
All Behavioral Health / Social
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