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					 Overview of
Dual Diagnosis
  Initiatives
         PCPA Conference
              2012

            Presented by

            Amy Nemirow
    Office of Developmental Programs
First there was a dream
Redefining “Commitment”
Objectives: 
•   To develop competencies among and throughout ODP’s partners to
    better address the needs of people who experience behavioral
    challenges, mental illnesses and have other specialized needs
•   To expand capacity throughout the system to effectively support
    people who may have specialized needs
•   To embed, at every level of ODP’s service/support system, the ODP
    values base to ensure unwavering commitment to serve people.
    (Everyday Lives, Person-Centeredness, Positive Approaches)
•   To identify and incorporate creative service options that may
    enhance ODP’s service delivery system
•   To create a system of support and partnership throughout and among
    ODP stakeholders, and with other DPW offices (OMHSAS, OCYF, PDE,
    OMAP)
•   To proactively identify and address system issues that ultimately will
    create opportunities for creative solutions, strategies and options
Need A Good Foundation
• Stakeholder Input
• Subject matter
  expertise
• Leadership
• Collaboration
          Stakeholder Input
•   PAR
•   PCPA
•   PACA
•   DRN
•   Provider Alliance
•   ODP staff
•   OMHSAS staff
•   HCQUs
         Dual Diagnosis
        Management Team
•   ODP leadership
•   OMHSAS leadership
•   Clinical staff
•   HCQU Director
•   Regional program staff
Dual Diagnosis Work Plan: Past,
       Present & Future
 What We’ve Accomplished
• Curriculum for DSPs
• Conference: “Redefining Commitment” Sept
  12-13
• State Center Diversion Process
• State Center and State Hospital Transitions
• Root Cause Analysis
  What We’re Doing Now
• Mobile Clinical Teams: Program
  Development
• Training Curriculum: Instructional Design
• Positive Practices: Statewide
• Positive Practices: Regional Initiatives
• PPRT
• ODP’s Dual Diagnosis Team
      What’s In The Works
•   Dual Diagnosis Bulletin
•   Emerging Practice Manual
•   Curriculum for clinicians and first responders
•   Standard of Care
•   Telepsychiatry
•   Crisis Respite/Step-down programs: search
    for replicable models
 Proposed Dual Diagnosis
       Curriculum
• Pre-requisite Courses
  o   Signs and Symptoms of Physical Illness
  o   Common Chronic Health Conditions
  o   Common Medications and Side Effects
  o   Overview of Syndromes
  o   Older Adults and Dual Diagnosis
  o   Communicating with the Primary Care Physician (PCP) and
      other Medical Specialists
            Introduction
• Structure of the Course, Goals and
  Outcomes

• Dual Diagnosis, Past, Present and Future-

• Naming It: Mental Illness and People with
  Intellectual Disability
    Understanding Behavior
•     Understanding Trauma Informed Care
    and Stressful Life Events

•      Target Symptoms of Mental Illness versus
    Behavior

•      Autism Spectrum Disorders
         Mental Health and
    Intellectual/Developmental
              Disability
•       Intellectual disability and Psychiatric Disorder,
    including Substance Abuse

•       Communicating with the Psychiatrist
      Everyday Lives and
           Recovery
• Mental Health Wellness
• The role of everyday Lives and Recovery
• Mental Health Therapy and Intellectual Disability
• Functional Behavior Assessment and Behavioral
  Support Planning
• Psychotropic Medication
• Crisis Supports and Debriefing
• Stress Management for the Direct Support
  Professional
   Conclusion
   Questions? Comments?
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