Jeff Darling, Paradigm Change Consulting
Whether your organization plans to serve its current clients using an existing service, or build its own, you will want to attend this session to maximize your prospects of success – whatever you choose. This training will benefit all levels of management and human resources in provider organizations.
As the Executive Director of a large community nonprofit, Jeff developed the Rest Assured system with the help of Purdue University. It was later sold to Rescare to capitalize the system and get it on a national scale. Jeff now works as an independent consultant at very reasonable rates, assisting individual organization’s make decisions around remote monitoring.
Jeff will review the process of developing and maintaining a remote support system and service for people with I/DD. Drawing on examples from his own experience developing and launching a patented tableware system (Jeff isn’t here to sell this particular system, however), plus knowledge of this budding new market, will review choices and issues critical to a successful start up of remote monitoring.
· Should you build it or buy it off the shelf?
· What’s out there to buy?
· How will system design and implementation issues affect quality, efficiency and client safety?
· What are the hidden costs and pitfalls that might haunt you?
· Who will it serve and how will you successfully introduce it?
· How will you secure “informed consent” from a consumer with I/DD?
Whether your organization plans to serve its current clients using an existing service, or build its own, you will want to attend this session to maximize your prospects of success – whatever you choose.
Jeff’s background is in rehabilitation services in I/DD, and he knows Oregon’s system. This session would benefit all levels of management and human resources in provider organizations.
Thursday, September 13, 2012
10:00 am – 3:00 pm
2405 Front Street NE., Salem, OR 97301 - training room
ORA Members: $ 35.00 $50 per person, Nonmembers: $ 50.00 $75 per person includes lunch and coffee
With our apologies here at ORA, the price for attending this had to go up ($50 per member attending instead of $35)…. There was a miscommunication between Jeff and ORA – Jeff’s fee is higher than Tim was told originally because this training seminar on Sept 13th is longer and more in-depth than originally planned. The fee includes lunch and the information Jeff will share at this seminar will save you quite a bit in terms of time researching and costs spent on moving towards the remote monitoring system that will work best for your organization.
Registration form: So You Are Thinking of Remote Monitoring Registration Form