I-CAN V5 Facilitator Training- 2018
The I-CAN is a support needs assessment, planning and resource allocation tool designed to assess and guide support delivery for people with disabilities including people with mental health concerns. Workshop participants will learn how to administer the I-CAN and generate an individual support needs report is which helps guide service delivery and planning.
- Resource allocation for individual funding
- Intake and discharge for people with acquired disabilities such as brain injury or quadriplegia
- Planning for the move to community living for people leaving congregate settings
- Assessment and classification of disability
- Support expert evidence at legal hearings
- Support planning and supported living for people with intellectual disabilities, and for people with mental health support needs
Laura Hogan is an Occupational Therapist (Bachelor of Applied Science), she also holds a Masters of Health Science (Developmental Disability) and a Certificate IV in Training & Assessment. Laura has 15 years of experience working with people with disability across the lifespan with a special interest in supporting adolescents and adults with complex support needs.
Jemima MacDonald holds a bachelor of Speech and Language Pathology, a Master’s degree in Developmental Disability, a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment, and is trained in Applied Behavioural Analysis. Jemima is involved in areas of research, evaluations, teaching, training and person centred planning. Jemima has taught social skills, sexuality and relationship courses to both diploma level student in Singapore, and to Masters students at the University of Sydney.
Link to flyer: I-CAN Flyer