On September 27, 2018, Governor Walker signed House Bill 336 into law allowing more people to live independent lives through Supported Decision-Making Agreements (SDMA). We will begin by discussing what a Supported Decision-Making Agreement is including who qualifies to have an SDMA, what a Supported does and how to become one, what types of decisions can be included in an SDMA, and how a person gets started. We will share our pioneering journey over the past several months, giving some examples of the various situations we have navigated through. Participants will have access to the “Agency Guide for Crafting Supported Decision-Making Agreements” booklet (provided by the Alaska Governor’s Council on Disability and Special Education).
To complete this training.
AKTC e-Learning Portal. Training Materials, Training Recording, Training Evaluation, and Certificate of Completion.
Access the AKTC e-Learning Portal, https://ttclms.remote-learner.net in order to watch the recording of the live session, review training materials, access the training evaluation and Certificate of Completion. The e-Learning Portal is only available after completing your registration and payment. Please allow 15 minutes for the system to update payment information before accessing the e-Learning Portal.
Need help? Please contact AKTC Support, 907-264-6244, if you need assistance.
Care Coordinators. SDS will accept the certificate of Attendance for individual classes, either live webinar session or recorded session, for care coordinator Continuing Education Hours. (including the ones the CC will use for recertification training – see below)
For SDS care coordinator re-certification training, the recertifying care coordinator must:
SDS Training will email the recertifying care coordinator a SDS certificate of training completion for care coordinator recertification.
This training is available until June 30, 2020.