All AAW/ACAP Providers

Periodic Risk Evaluation (PRE)

The Periodic Risk Evaluation is a tool designed to assess risk, across eight domains, for Bureau of Autism Services Adult Autism Program participants served within the Adult Autism Waiver and Adult Community Autism Program (ACAP). The helps teams to identify areas that should be addressed through a risk mitigation process. The also identifies those participants that may benefit from additional resources, dependent upon risk factors. It is designed to be completed by a Supports Coordinator or Behavioral Specialist/Behavioral Health Specialist, in consultation with the participant’s family, at Intake and annually.

Periodic Risk Evaluation (PRE) Training

Goal Attainment Scaling (GAS)

Goal Attainment Scaling is an individualized approach for establishing and measuring the attainment of goals/objectives for people with varying levels of disability and support needs. It is a standardized approach to measuring and reporting outcomes,and a set of unique goals/objectives and a range of criteria is established for each person.

Goal Attainment Scaling (GAS) Training

Goal Attainment Scaling Resources

Goal & Objectives Tutorial

Adult Autism Waiver Provider Enrollment

Additional Resources for AAW/ACAP Providers

PRE Manual

Provider Manual - January 2016

Guidance on Reporting Requirements

Service Guidance Documents

The AAW Best Instructional Practices Manual

AAW Provider Information Table

AAW Incident Management

Risk Identification and Mitigation

Adult Autism Programs General Information

Adult Autism Waiver Participant Forms

Supports Coordinators

AAW Service Utilization Calculator for SCs

AAW Supports Coordinator Documents

AAW Supports Coordinator Manual

Supports Coordinator Required Trainings: SC101

Supports Coordinator Required Trainings: SC102

ISPs: Beyond Compliance

Effective Monitoring: Producing the Intended Results

Critical Revisions: Reflecting the change in supports and services in the ISP

Conducting Meaningful Assessments

Putting Behavioral Information in the ISP

SC Supervisor Role in ISP Development

Supervision Care Needs in the ISP: What does it mean and what should be included?

Supporting Participants in their Own Home

Supports Coordinator Roles and Responsibilities Revisited

Supports Coordinators October 2016 Training

Virtual Targeted Trainings

Conducting Meaningful Assessments

Critical Revisions: Reflecting the change in supports and services in the ISP

Effective Monitoring: Producing the Intended Results

ISPs: Beyond Compliance

Putting Behavioral Information in the ISP

SC Supervisor Role in ISP Development

Supervision Care Needs in the ISP: What does it mean and what should be included?

Supporting Participants in their Own Home

Supports Coordinator Roles and Responsibilities Revisited

Supports Coordinators October 2016 Training

Systematic Skill Building for  SCs

The Providers and SCs Role in GAS Submission Process

Understanding the AAW Service Utilization Process

Use SIBR to Develop Assessment Driven ISPs

Using the Results of the PRE to inform the ISP

Required Documentation Training

INs and OUTs of Adult Autism Waiver

Collaboration Between Behavior Specialist and Supports Coordinator

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