Vinland is pleased to announce the next webinar in our chemical health webinar series. The series offers valuable information on chemical health services for individuals living with cognitive disabilities. The free webinars are held quarterly, with recordings available for viewing on our website here.
Registration is currently open for the next webinar in the series. Registered attendees will receive 1 CEU credit.
|Active Case Management and Discharge Planning Makes a Difference for Clients with Cognitive Deficits and Addictions
|Presented by Tim Grathwol, BA, JD, LADC, CBIS, Chemical Health Case Manager at Vinland Center|
|When:||Tuesday, September 9, 2014|
|Time:||10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.|
|Overview:||Clients with cognitive deficits and addictions often struggle to find a lifestyle that supports their attempts at recovery. Chemical dependency treatment and mental health services provide them with information and coping skills. Beyond that, many clients need community support for housing, employment, and ongoing healthcare. Chemical health case managers and counselors can do their clients a valuable service by actively seeking out and connecting clients with community support to give them a better chance to succeed in recovery.|
|Speaker:||Tim Grathwol has worked as a Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor since 2003. He has been a Chemical Health Case Manager at Vinland Center since 2005. He is also a certified brain injury specialist. Tim has seen that for many of Vinland’s clients who have been through multiple treatments, “lack of information is not the problem.” Tim has worked on finding ways to set clients up with community resources such as housing, medical and mental health services, employment or volunteer opportunities. This is based on a belief that clients are more likely to succeed in recovery when their fundamental needs are met.|