When:
May 15, 2020 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
2020-05-15T13:00:00+00:00
2020-05-15T15:00:00+00:00
Where:
This is an online event
Zoom / Webinar
Contact:
Beth Mckenney

Wise Webinar a Day Series:

Service Planning 2.0: Quality indicators, tools and perspectives with Brandi Monts and Megan Burr

Please join us on Friday, May 15th for our webinar, Service Planning 2.0: Quality indicators, tools and perspectives” with Brandi Monts and Megan Burr. 
 

Join Brandi Monts, Wise Training and TA Director, and Megan Burr, Washington State Developmental Disabilities Administration Employment and Day Program Unit Coordinator, for a presentation focused on Employment and Community Inclusion Service Plans in the Washington State Developmental Disabilities Administration program. The presenters will share background information about the Plans as well as a quality indicator tool that was designed to assist in the interagency review process. With a focus on how to ensure your service plans answer key questions, include essential information and correlate with overall service goals, participants will leave with a quality review tool to take back to your agency and use within your team. This event will build on the Webinar A Day event held on 5/8, with Josie Sparks, “Uncovering Hidden Talents and Turning to Opportunity,” however participation in the previous training is not required.  Please come prepared with samples of your service plans, questions and ideas from the field!

Learning Objectives (Info, tools, and skills attendees will receive):

  • General understanding of service planning
  • Access to tools and resources already available
  • Ideas to implement the Quality Review Tool within your own work and teams
  • Perspectives on how to increase the quality of the service plans you are developing and/or implementing

 

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There are no refunds for those that do not attend the scheduled webinar. If you do miss the webinar, we will provide you with a code to access the next webinar free. 

Wise provides Washington State Educator/Teacher Clock Hours for our webinars. For more information and to request Clock Hours, please click here. 

 
Brandi Monts, Wise
Brandi has a life-long personal connection to developmental disabilities, as well as over 18 years of work experience in the field. Her previous positions include residential services, supported employment, transition from school to work, teaching, and county government. Realizing her commitment to the disability field early in her education, Brandi earned a BA in Social Work from the University of Washington and later went on to obtain a Master in Public Administration, with a focus on Public Policy at The Evergreen State College. Brandi’s interests and expertise include agency organization, public policy and practice, community organizing, service systems collaboration, curriculum development and wrap around service coordination for people with significant support needs. Brandi has also taught English in Japan and is interested in cross-cultural service coordination and international disability issues.
 
With an employment consultant background in high school and adult service programs, Brandi has experience providing supports in a range of workplace settings and systems. Focusing on efficiency, independence and holistic supports, Brandi offers consultation, coaching and accommodation development in the following areas:
Helping individuals and their teams identify workplace settings and skills, systematic instruction, task design and analysis, resources for independence in the community, team organizing and coordination, service planning and implementation, family and residential communication and support development. Assisting employers to develop customized accommodations, hiring processes, co-worker education, job description design and efficient work-flow systems.

 

 
 
Megan Burr

Megan Burr is the Employment and Day Program Coordinator for the Developmental Disabilities Administration and has held this position for over 7 years.  Megan has 13 years’ experience working in social services and her previous positions include quality assurance management, program management and transitional housing support for a non-profit that supports at-risk youth.  Megan earned her BA and Masters in Public Administration from The Evergreen State College in Olympia, WA. 

 

 
                                                          
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