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Getting To Know People 1

Presenter: David Pitonyak

About This Video:

David Pitonyak talks about how gets to know people.

Subjects Covered:

  • Challenging Behavior

Length: 2 min

We Are Not Friends and We Are Not Family

Presenter: Dave Hingsburger

About This Video:

Dave Hingsburger explains his thoughts on why the people we support are not friends or family.

Subjects Covered:

  • Abuse Prevention
  • Boundaries
  • Good Support

Length: 7 min

Power, Control, and Abuse

Presenter: Dave Hingsburger

About This Video:

Dave Hingsburger talks about his own personal experience of power, control, and abuse, and reviews the need to always be able to reflect on your own practice.

Subjects Covered:

  • Abuse Prevention
  • Choice and Control

Length: 9 min

3 Days a Week

Presenter: Peter Leidy

About This Video:

Peter Leidy sings 3 Days a Week about a person wanting a little more than an outing and a van ride three times a week.

Subjects Covered:

  • Good Support
  • Person-Centered Approaches and Thinking
  • Person-Centered Planning
  • Rights
  • Self-Determination
  • Valued Social Roles

Length: 2 min

What I'd Say

Presenter: Other

About This Video:

'What I'd Say' is a powerful song about our work. It is written and performed by Michael Steinbruck and Andrew Maroko, and stars Roger Crown.

Subjects Covered:

  • Choice and Control
  • Communication
  • Friendships and Community
  • Good Support
  • Listening
  • Rights
  • Self-Determination
  • Sexuality and Relationships
  • Valued Social Roles

Length: 4 min

Never Do Work for ...

Presenter: Dave Hingsburger

About This Video:

Dave Hingsburger tells an intriguing story that explains the quote "never do work for your client that belongs to them."

Subjects Covered:

  • Advocacy
  • Good Support
  • Self-Determination
  • Sexuality and Relationships

Length: 7 min

The Disability Secret

Presenter: Dave Hingsburger

About This Video:

Dave Hingsburger talks about the need for people with disabilities to have a healthy relationship with who they are.

Subjects Covered:

  • Good Support

Length: 2 min

Growing Friendships and Community

Presenter: Beth Mount

About This Video:

Beth Mount used this animated film to explain that our service systems have a history of disconnecting people from the relationships they do have. Beth goes on to highlight the importance of helping people contribute to the community as a means of growing new relationships.

Subjects Covered:

  • Contribution
  • Friendships and Community
  • Good Support

Length: 2 min

F Word

Presenter: Peter Leidy

About This Video:

Peter Leidy introduces Sherry's story that inspired him to write the song 'F Word.' The song is a humorous song about Sherry speaking her mind and how the staff had to record this word.

Subjects Covered:

  • Challenging Behavior
  • Choice and Control
  • Good Support
  • Rights
  • Self-Determination

Length: 12 min

When Success Is Sabotaged

Presenter: David Pitonyak

About This Video:

David uses Kelly's story to explain why it is not uncommon for people to sabotage their own success.

Subjects Covered:

  • Challenging Behavior

Length: 5 min

Behavior is Communication

Presenter: Kathie Snow

About This Video:

Kathie Snow explains why behavior is communication.

Subjects Covered:

  • Challenging Behavior
  • Communication
  • Good Support
  • Listening

Length: 5 min

Institutional Abuse

Presenter: Tanya Carnell

About This Video:

Tanya Carnell explores some of the signs and symptoms of institutional abuse.

Subjects Covered:

  • Abuse Prevention
  • Good Support

Length: 1 min

Respecting the Boundaries of the People we Support

Presenter: Dave Hingsburger

About This Video:

Dave Hingsburger explains how we can respect and recognize the boundaries of the people we support.

Subjects Covered:

  • Boundaries
  • Good Support
  • Home
  • Rights

Length: 7 min

System-Centered Vs. Person-Centered

Presenter: Beth Mount

About This Video:

Beth Mount explores the differences between system-centered and person-centered services.

Subjects Covered:

  • Good Support
  • Person-Centered Approaches and Thinking
  • Person-Centered Planning

Length: 2 min

Seven Ways to Cause a Crisis

Presenter: Peter Leidy

About This Video:

Peter Leidy introduces the background to and shares the song '7 Ways to Cause a Crisis' to help us to reflect on our own interactions with the people we support and how those interactions can impact people.

Subjects Covered:

  • Challenging Behavior
  • Choice and Control
  • Communication
  • Good Support
  • Person-Centered Approaches and Thinking
  • Person-Centered Planning

Length: 4 min

The Bear Story

Presenter: David Pitonyak

About This Video:

David Pitonyak tells a personal story about an encounter with a bear to explain how the activation of the limbic brain changes our brain-body complex and how these changes have implications for the people we serve.

Subjects Covered:

  • Challenging Behavior
  • Good Support

Length: 10 min

Behind Every Problem Behavior Is A Skill Not Yet Learned

Presenter: Dave Hingsburger

About This Video:

Dave Hingsburger explains and provides examples that support the statement 'behind every problem behavior is a skill not yet learned.'

Subjects Covered:

  • Boundaries
  • Challenging Behavior

Length: 6 min

The Most Important Social Skill Is ...

Presenter: Dave Hingsburger

About This Video:

Dave Hingsburger explains that the most important social skill is reciprocity, and expands on its importance.

Subjects Covered:

  • Friendships and Community
  • Sexuality and Relationships

Length: 6 min

Engaging Through Problem Behaviors

Presenter: David Pitonyak

About This Video:

David Pitonyak describes how for some it is almost as if their problem behaviors are designed for others to be able to see them.

Subjects Covered:

  • Challenging Behavior
  • Communication
  • Listening

Length: 2 min

Position of Power

Presenter: Dave Hingsburger

About This Video:

Dave Hingsburger explains that, "Direct support workers are often the least powerful people in the organization, so they forget that they are often the most powerful person in the life of the person with a disability."

Subjects Covered:

  • Abuse Prevention
  • Good Support

Length: 2 min



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