ADCS103 – Case Management

Week 1

Useful Expressions
1 video, 1 audio, 2 readings
Reading: Competition in Pricing Strategy
Video: Collocations For Job Interview
Audio: Listening Exercise
Graded: Advanced Business Principles

Week 2

Diplomatic Language
1 video, 1 audio, 1 reading
Audio: Listening Exercise
Reading: Competition in Pricing Strategy
Video: Collocations For Job Interview
Graded: Advanced Business Principles

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ADCS103 – Case Management

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ADCS103- Case Management

This course essentially focused on the job description of the substance use disorders counselor, focusing on what we refer to as The 12 Core Functions. After taking this course you will have a complete understanding of what the day to day functions consist of while working with patients in a variety of treatment settings.

  • Initial intake and case management: administrative requirements for admission, interpersonal dynamic and potential influence of client behaviors; sings and symptoms of physical disabilities, assessment of potential violence, self harm, activities that bring agencies, resources of people together within a planned framework of action toward the achievement of established goals; including alcohol/drug history, vocational, cultural, educational background, lifestyle, living situation, medical, strengths and weaknesses for the development of a treatment plan.
  • Orientation: General nature and goals of the program; rules governing conduct, infractions that can lead to disciplinary action or discharge, hours of services, costs, clients rights. etc.
  • Treatment/Recovery Planning: the components of a treatment plan; problem solving models and processes; theories and behavioral components of change; techniques used in behavioral contracts; the stages of recovery; identification of problems, ranking problems, realistic and unrealistic treatment goals at various stages of recovery; the value of participant concurrence or expresses disagreement in the process; how to organize client information for presentation to other professionals, case presentation procedures.
  • Reports and Record keeping: Charting the results of the assessments; treatment plans; writing reports, progress notes, discharge summaries, and other client related data. (Practical application is required.)
  • Aftercare and follow up: the role of aftercare in the treatment process; the role and importance of client follow up; relapse dynamics; self help groups and/or support groups. (AA, NA etc.)
  • Consultation and Referral: Alternative resources available to provide treatment and supportive services; roles and functions of individuals in resources agencies and their position in the decision making process; advocacy techniques; assessing the need for consultation and referral; identifying counselor limits and scope of practice.

 

Syllabus

This course essentially focused on the job description of the substance use disorders counselor, focusing on what we refer to as The 12 Core Functions. After taking this course you will have a complete understanding of what the day to day functions consist of while working with patients in a variety of treatment settings.

Week 1 0/5

Useful Expressions

Tools for Professional Approach: It’s not just about learning, it’s about having the confidence to use English in real life and upgrade your business communication skills.

1 video, 1 audio, 2 readings
Reading: Competition in Pricing Strategy
25 minutes
Video: Collocations For Job Interview
2 minutes
15 minutes
Audio: Listening Exercise
10 minutes
Graded: Advanced Business Principles
3 Questions

Week 2 0/4

Diplomatic Language

Tools for Professional Approach - Step 2: It’s not just about learning, it’s about having the confidence to use English in real life and upgrade your business communication skills.

1 video, 1 audio, 1 reading
Audio: Listening Exercise
10 minutes
Reading: Competition in Pricing Strategy
25 minutes
Video: Collocations For Job Interview
2 minutes
Graded: Advanced Business Principles
3 Questions

Reviews

Our course begins with the first step for generating great user experiences: understanding what people do, think, say, and feel. In this module, you’ll learn how to keep an open mind while learning.

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