Learning opportunities to help you successfully implement One Care.
This website is a portal to One Care Learning activities for One Care plans and their network providers. Trainings are offered in multiple formats including live webinars, recorded webinars, in-person conferences, and online modules.
Featured Event: Live Webinar
Addressing Sexual Health in Assessments and Care Planning
Date: April 24, 2018
Time: Noon - 1:30 PM
Research shows that sexual health is a common concern among individuals with disabilities, but is often unaddressed by health care professionals, with many reporting lack of sufficient provider training and perceived lack of confidence. People with disabilities are often treated as though they are not engaged in sexual activity; therefore sexual health, reproductive health, or considerations related to sexual orientation or gender identity are often not discussed.
This webinar will review the importance of asking sexual health, and sexual orientation and gender identity questions in order to ensure comprehensive assessments and quality health care and to reduce health disparities. Presenters will discuss best practices in framing questions related to sexual orientation, gender identity and sexual health.
Featured Event: Recorded Webinar
The Role of Peers in One Care
Evidence shows that peer services can improve self-reliance, support recovery and resiliency, and increase abilities to access services and opportunities in the community. During this webinar we’ll explore the use of peers to improve the health outcomes for One Care enrollees and how care coordinators, care managers, LTS coordinators, and providers can make the connection to peer services. Presenters will discuss peer services available from Community Health Workers, Independent Living Centers, and Recovery Learning Communities.
Featured Event: Online Module
Online Module: Disability Etiquette in One Care
The purpose of this video online module is to support One Care plan providers and staff in engaging One Care enrollees in their care. Based on their own personal and professional experiences, One Care Implementation Council members with disabilities offer an "insider's perspective" on how to interact with individuals with disabilities in a manner that conveys respect and understanding.