Crisis prevention includes methods that are intended to keep people from experiencing harmful events. Crisis intervention refers to strategies used once signs of crisis are already present. This session will help direct support professionals recognize how most crises can be prevented or interrupted by identifying potential catalysts to a crisis, including knowing symptoms and behavior triggers. This webinar will focus on specific interventions for managing stress and burnout in people with IDD/MI and staff.
Melissa Cheplic, MPH, The Boggs Center, Rutgers, New Brunswick, NJ.
This DVD is part of a series. See WBDSP18-2025DS.