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Process to determine appropriateness & eligibility to admit to a particular program
Screening
Administrative & initial assessment proceedures to a program
Intake
Describing general nature & goals for a program. Conduct, infractions, discharge, etc.
Orientation
Hours, services, treatment costs, client rights for a non-residential program.
Orientation
Procedures which identify evaluate strengths, weaknesses, problems, needs for a treatment plan.
Assessment
Process to identify, rank problems needing resolution. Agreed immediate long term goals, in which to decide treatment that resources are utilized.
Treatment Planning
Utilizing special skills in helping individuals or groups to achieve objectives. Attitudes, feelings, alternative decisions.
Counseling
Activities bringing services, agencies, resources or people together to achieve goals.
Case Management
Sevices that respond to the abusers needs of acute emotional & physical distress.
Crisis Intervention
Providing education, services & resources to the abuser.
Client Education
Identifying needs that can't be meet by a counselor/agency, assissting & utilizing support systems & community resources.
Referral
Charting assessments & treatment plans. Reports, progress notes, discharge summaries & client related data.
Report & Record Keeping
Relating in-house staff or outside professionals for comprehensive, quality care.
Consultaion
What core function would you need a release for?
Referral
This information is needed for what core function: Client's name, birthday, releasing / receiving agencies name & address, specific & prurpose of releasing information, expiration date, event or condition for release expiration, client signature & date.
Referral
What can occur without the release of the client's information
Consultation
What core function, might a counselor say this in "I can't do it, but somebody else can."
Referral
What core function, might a counselor say this in " I can do it, but I can do it better with another's help."
Consultation
You should be competent in these skills for what core function? Signs & symptoms, elegibility requiremts, client appropriateness, ruling out potential clients, co-exsisting conditions, know the law, agency policies, skillful listener, versed in necessary records for later.
Screening
What core function should address substance abuse disorders, issue related treatment progress, relationships w / families, mental conditions, employment, education, spirituality, health concerns, social & legal needs.
Treatment Planning
What core function is related to these global criteria: Evaluate symptoms & signs of alcohol & drug abuse, Is the pt. eligible for this level of care at this facility?, Is pt. appropriate for the facility? If not where?, Are there any co-exsisting conditions, Adhere to laws.
Screening
What core function is related to these global criteria: Complete admission documents, Complete documents for eligibility and appropriateness, Obtain signed consents
Intake
What core function is related to these global criteria: Program goals & objectives, Program rules, regulations, pt. obligations & pt. rights, Program operations
Orientation
What core function is related to these global criteria: Gather history, Methods & proceedures for collaborative information, Assessment Tools, Explain to pt. the rational for corroborative information, Diagnostic Evaluation
Assessment
What core function is related to these global criteria: Explain results of the assessment to the pt., Identify & rank his problems(goals in the treatment plan), Immediate & long term goals, Methods / resources to be used-examples of techniques to be used to address problems on the treatment plan
Treatment Planning
What core function is related to these global criteria: Theories, Techniques used to explore problems, Techniques used to assist behavioral, attutudinal and feelings change, Individualized counseling to clients differences, Interact in a therapuetic manner, Elicit solutions from the client, Implementing the treatment plan
Counseling
What core function is related to this global criteria: Coordinate services, Explaiin rationale to client
Case Management
What core function is related to this global criteria: Recognize elements of the pts. crisis, Immediate action, Enhance treatment
Crisis Intervention
What core function is related to these global criteria: Present relevant alcohol and drug education, Available services & resources
Client Education
What core function are these global criteria related to: Identify needs/problems that cannot be met at the treatment center, Explain rationale for referral to the pt., Match needs to resources, Confidentiality, Assist in utilizing systems and resources
Referral
What core function is related to these global criteria: Prepare reports and records, Chart ongoing information, Utilize information
Reports and Record Keeping
What core function is related to these global criteria: Recognize issues beyond their skill level or scope of knowledge, Consult resources Adhere to laws governing discharge, Explain rationale for consultation to the client
Consultation