THINK+change offers TALKS, TRAININGS, and TOOLS designed to support training and education about people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) for them, their families, and the professionals in their lives.
THINK+change TALKS are provocative, in-person or video shorts on topics of interest to, or emerging issues for, people with I/DD and those who care for and work with them.
THINK+change TRAININGS are in-person or online targeted educational opportunities on issues that directly impact people with I/DD and those who care for and work with them.
THINK+change TOOLS are tangible educational products.
For more information, check us out at www.thinkchange.training
TRAININGS: E40: Colorado Bureau of Investigation and people with IDD
Meet Hazel Heckers, a Victim Assistance Coordinator with the Colorado Bureau of Investigation (CBI). Hazel is an expert concerning crimes against the elderly and people with disabilities and provides direct services and support to crime victims throughout Colorado. This 1-part podcast/vodcast provides information about:
-Who the CBI is;
-Why CBI victim advocates are needed;
-What services CBI provides victims of crime; and
-How CBI can be a resource for you as a person with a disability or for your loved one with a disability.
TRAININGS: E39: The dignity of risk
Can the system of services for people with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities unknowingly impede a person’s dignity of risk? In this episode, we’ll talk about the right to make decisions, even if they result in challenges or mistakes!
TRAININGS: E38: Guardianship
Guardianship is the most restrictive option when it comes to supporting an individual with Intellectual and Developmental disabilities. Knowledge is power! Learn about what the duties of the Guardian are and the process to become one.
TRAININGS: E37: Least to most restrictive
We know there are many ways to support people with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, but let’s talk about what you need to know when determining what, if any, surrogate decision-maker is needed. In this episode, we will talk about each option, from least to most restrictive.
TRAININGS: E36: Supported Decision Making
Supported Decision Making is a term that is often used in the disability world, but what does it really mean? Explore with us how the supported decision-making process differs from other, more formal, options to support people with disabilities.
TRAININGS: E35: Overview of self determination
This episode is an overview of what to expect from the Self-Determination series.
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