This presentation focuses on why skill building interventions are necessary in a community-based setting. In order to increase quality of life and level of independence of those living with complex and challenging mental illness, these interventions serve as a gateway to reaching those goals. This presentation aims to educate mental health practitioners on how to identify ADL and IADL deficits as well as how to create and implement interventions that will increase these daily living skills in those individuals served. The webinar is open to the public. Behavioral health and Occupational Therapy professionals who attend may apply for 2 CEUs.
CEU Guidelines for Illume:
• All attendees must attend the full time of the event.
• All attendees are required to be registered and logged in individually to the Zoom event. Must log into Zoom with email address to accommodate Zoom attendance tracking policy.
• If you entered the webinar, with a different email than you registered, please notify Center of Excellence staff by email or in the chat so that it can be noted.
• Please log in 5-10 minutes prior to the start time to ensure that any potential technical difficulties are worked out prior to the event beginning.
• Attendees must be logged in for the full event time in order to receive continuing education. If an attendee is not listed on the generated attendance report for the entire time, continuing education cannot be awarded. Illume retains the attendance report for
• If an attendee experiences technical difficulty and is not listed on the attendance report for the full event time, continuing education cannot be awarded. Illume retains the attendance report for auditing purposes.
• Please allow at least 14 business days to receive your CEU certificate of attendance. CEUs will only be disbursed via email to individuals that have followed the guidelines.
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