CRC CEU Information

For November 8 – November 10

• Attendees are eligible for up to 12 CRC hours.

4 CRC sessions provide ethics CEUs (for a possible total of 5 credits): 

  • 2 Ethics CRC CEU – Fostering an Ethical Workplace Culture
  • 1 Ethics CRC CEU – LGBTQ+ in the workplace
  • 1 Ethics CRC CEU – Service Animals 101 
  • 1 Ethics CRC CEU – Unconscious Bias: Overcoming Ethical Obstacles While Increasing Multi-Cultural Competencies

The keynote presentations are each eligible for 0.5 CRC CEU credits.

Visit the presentations page to see eligible CRC CEU sessions.

HOW TO EARN YOUR CRC CEUs

Fill out and get signatures for 2 copies of the CRC Verification of Completion Form (front and back). These are available at the CEU table near registration. 

For each presentation, you must: 

  • Sign in and Sign out of each session with a Facilitator 
  • The keynote sessions are 0.5 CEUs each. For the Keynote presentations, check in and out at the Exhibitor Registration Table 
  • On your CRC Verification of Completion Form: you must write the title of the presentation you attended and receive a signature from a facilitator right after you sign out.  

Before you leave the conference, visit the CEU Table to: 

  • Have your 2 copies of the CEU Verification of Completion Form reviewed 
  • After reviewing, a staff member will sign both copies. You will receive one copy, and Incompass Michigan will retain a copy for our records.  

YOU MUST DO ALL OF THESE THINGS TO FULFILL THE CEU REQUIREMENTS. If you are missing one of these steps, you will not get credit for your session.  

For extra security, you may also want to take a picture of the front and back of your certificate, and send it to kkinde@incompassmi.org 

Social Work CEU – APPROVED

Attendees will be eligible for up to 11 CEUs for the conference. 

4 sessions provide SW Ethics CEUs (for a possible total of 5 credits):

  • 2 Ethics SW CEU – Fostering an Ethical Workplace Culture
  • 1 Ethics SW CEU – LGBTQ+ in the workplace
  • 1 Ethics SW CEU – Service Animals 101 
  • 1 Ethics SW CEU – Unconscious Bias: Overcoming Ethical Obstacles While Increasing Multi-Cultural Competencies

Note: Keynote presentations do NOT provide SW CEUs

HOW TO EARN YOUR SW CEUs

Attendees must sign in at the start of each session with the facilitator. Provide your SW License Number. 

Attendees must sign out at the end of each session with the facilitator.

Attendees must be present for the entire session. You will not receive credit if you arrive late or leave the session before it ends. 

Attendees must complete the SW Units Form: you must write the title of the presentation you attended, the number of credits and type of credits, then receive a signature from the facilitator at the end of the session. 

Before you leave the conference, visit the CEU Table to: 

  • Have your SW Units Form reviewed
  • After reviewing, a staff member will provide a final signature on your Form and return the form to you

YOU MUST DO ALL OF THESE THINGS TO FULFILL THE SW REQUIREMENTS. If you are missing one of these steps, you will not get credit for your session. 

 

 

 

Presentations

Wednesday November 8, 2023

  • A Hands-On Approach to Assistive Technology – Kellie Blackwell
  • AI’s Role in Modernizing Human Services – James Willis
  • Assistive Technology For Mutual Support and Recovery – Norman G DeLisle Jr
  • Charting The Seas of Resource Navigation: A Glimpse into Collaborative Practices & Barrier Resolution –  Chris Smith
  • Collaborative Approaches to Provider Relationships – Adam Jenovai
  • Discussion on CMH VIP Partnership – Rene Sherwood
  • Exploring MCTI as a Post Secondary Option – Mandy Matthews
  • How
  • Insights Into Action: Harnessing the Power of Data & Storytelling to Transform I/DD Services – Sean Luechtefeld, Ph.D., CAE
  • Is Eye Contact Necessary? – How to Accommodate Autistic People in the Workplace – Katie Kinde
  • LGBTQ+ in the workplace – Margaret Avery
  • Service Animals 101 – Christa Martin
  • Skill Building in a Post-COVID World – Charlene Chandler
  • The Heart of Leadership – Shonda Rushing
  • The Value of Telling Your Story – Sharon Emery
  • Voyaging Towards Bright Vocational Horizons: Leveraging Assessment Tools with Precision and Mapping A Career Voyage: The Skillful Use of Assessment Tools for Positive Outcomes – Dessie Johnson
  • What You Need to Know – Karen Wang

Thursday November 9, 2023

  • Business is our customer too! – Craig Saunders
  • Create a Culture of Experiential Support – Kat Thomson
  • Diving Into Intersectionality to Ensure Best Practices and Fostering an Inclusive Work Environment – Carie Branch
  • Empowering the Community: Generative AI’s Role in Advancing Inclusion and Opportunities – Scott Cesar
  • Fostering an Ethical Workplace Culture – Menachem Hojda
  • Igniting Your Personal Fire to Avoid Burnout and Achieve Your Goals. A Guide To Self-Care and Goal Setting! – Rene Dell
  • Issues Facing Autistic Adults in Michigan and the Need for an Autistic Adult Statewide Advisory Committee – Katie Oswald
  • Navigating Uncomfortable But Necessary Conversations – Shonda Rushing
  • State Vocational Rehabilitation Agencies – National Perspective & Priorities – Bill Robinson
  • The Importance of Job Coach Training – Maria Peak
  • Thriving with Autism: The Power of a Wrap-Around Support System – Matt McDonald
  • Unconscious Bias: Overcoming Ethical Obstacles While Increasing Multi-Cultural Competencies – Christa Martin
  • Unlocking Excellence in Direct Support Professionals – Kimberly Pietrylka-Miller
  • Using Virtual Reality-Guided Meditation to Support Work Engagement and Well-being of Workers with Disabilities – Sarah George

Friday November 10, 2023

  • Above the Bridge: Vocational Rehabilitation Partnerships that Work – Carol Bergquist
  • AI – Legal & Policy Implications for Individuals with Disabilities – Amy Maes
  • Gesher Human Services’ Creative Expressions Program – Craig Nowak
  • Diversity, Equity and Inclusion for People We Serve – Susan Salhaney
  • Policy Priorities for the Michigan Legislature – Todd Culver
  • The Intersection of Employment and Sexuality: Building Healthy Relationships at Work Using the Elevatus Training Curriculum for People with Developmental Disabilities – Mary Shehan
  • The Art of Supervision: Reflecting on Supervisee Qualities in Clinical Supervision – Asmau Ayub
  • Youth Leading The Charge for Inclusive, Integrated Employment – Mary Shehan
  • Voting with Disabilities in Michigan – Rachel Prevatt
  • We Are All Advocates: Strategies for Legislative Engagement -Todd Culver