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Essential Documentation: Why, What, and How

Date: 9/25/2013
Time: 2:00 p.m. -  3:15 p.m. Eastern Time
Cost: $25/member $45/non-member
CEUs 0.1


Description:
Documentation provides direction and oversight to the individualized inclusion process and provides a public record of the steps taken to evaluate and accommodate participants with disabilities.  In this session participants will examine the rationale for documentation, the inclusion steps that require documentation and the forms and methods of proper documentation.   

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Learning Objectives:

1.Describe the critical need for formal documentation in the inclusion process

2.Identify forms necessary to accomplish the documentation process

3.Describe how to utilize the documentation to support the decisions made in the inclusion process


Presenter: Jeffrey B. Paul, Inclusion Manager, Bernalillo County Parks & Recreation Department
Jeffrey Paul holds a Masters Degree in Recreation Administration from Michigan Statue University and over 30 years experience working in recreation therapy.  In his current role, Jeff serves as the Inclusion Manager for the Bernalillo County Parks & Recreation Department.  In this capacity, he is responsible for insuring that all department programs and services are accessible to every member of the community, with and without disabilities.  Jeff has presented on the subject of recreation inclusion at the NRPA National Institute on Recreation Inclusion, the New Mexico Parks and Recreation Association state conference, Kids Included Together, Inc Annual Conference, Albuquerque Public Schools, and the Bernalillo County/KIT Inclusion Institute.