Webinar 49 Considering Recovery and Living at Risk

This webinar took place on March 16th, 2018. It had the following Learning Objectives: – To describe the purpose of the living at risk guideline – Identify areas that need to be addressed when dealing with risk situations – Identify how this approach to risk situations aligns with a recovery approach.

Webinar 47: Imagining Inclusion Research Project

This webinar with Open door group took place on January 26th, 2018. It had the following goals: 1. Demonstrate a general understanding of Imagining Inclusion research project including concepts of community-based research project, peer researchers, co-learning, peer participation, and health promotion. 2.

Webinar 46 Championing our work with the core competencies

This session looks at the revised PSR Core competencies. The new updated 2017 Core Competencies include the following: A. Diversity and Inclusion B. Professional Skills C. Psychosocial Rehabilitation (PSR), Supporting Practices and Recovery Oriented Services D. Equity and Social Participation E.

Webinar 39: Supporting Education for Young Adults at Gastown Vocational Services

The BC PSR Advanced Practice is pleased to offer this session as part of the supported education series. Our presenters shared practice principles, models and key components of supported education. They combined supported education with supported employment. The presentation composed of research outcomes, practice consideration and Erin shared a case study of one of the program’s clients.

Webinar 37: Innovative approaches to Supported education and youth in Vancouver

The BC PSR Advanced Practice is pleased to offer this session as part of the supported education series. The webinar situates the YMCA Youth BEAT Employment/Education Program within the context of supported employment/education and other youth employment programs. It provides a description of the Youth BEAT Program, outlining the key features that make this program unique.

Webinar 36: Interpreting the evidence on supported education

The BC PSR Advanced Practice is proud to offer this webinar on supported education, which happens to be the first in a series of webinars on supported employment. The presenters Dr. Simon Davis and Dr. Regina Casey will lead us in a conversation about this important aspect of recovery.