10th Annual Oregon IPS Supported Employment & Education Conference 2018

October 3rd & 4th, 2018

 

The OSECE Team is excited to announce the 2018 OSECE IPS Supported Employment and Education Conference! Please review the information below for more information about this years conference and location.

Dates:

Main Conference: October 3 – 4, 2018.

Supervisor Session: October 2, 2018 from 12:00-5pm.

Location: The Resort at the Mountain in Welches, Oregon! Please visit the website for more information about this beautiful venue:

http://www.mthood-resort.com/

68010 East Fairway Ave
Welches, Oregon 97067
503.622.2220

The guestroom group rate at the Resort at the Mountain is $123 plus tax.  Attendees need to request the OSECE group rate for this pricing. The cutoff date to access the group rate will be September 12th at 5pm. Please review the attachment for more information about the OSECE group rate or call: 1-503-622-2250.

Cost: The conference is free!  Hotel accommodations and travel arrangements are not covered. Registering for the conference is separate from securing hotel accommodations, so please be sure to make hotel accommodations prior to the event.

Main Conference Registration: Please click HERE or on the link below for more information about the OSECE conference and to register to attend!

http://www.planetreg.com/2018OSECEConference

Supervisor Session Registration:  Registration for the Supervisor session is located on the same registration page as the main conference. Please register for both the main conference and supervisor session if you plan to attend both. 

Conference Agenda:  Click HERE or on the link below for the conference agenda.

http://osece.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/2018-Conference-Agenda-OSECE-IPS-Supported-Employment-and-Education.pdf

Conference Presentation Materials:

Cheryl Sharp– Application of Seven Domains of Trauma-Informed Care- Oregon Supported Employment – workshopOregon Supported Employment

Rick Goscha– A Strengths-Based Approach to IPS Supported Employment: Learning from Strengths Model CaseManagement Implementation and Impact on Employment Outcomes–Strengths Model Presentation for IPS Conference (October 3-4, 2018)

Trina Lee VR Vision 2020 & Oregon VR Updates- OSECE Presentation October 2018

Joan Keenen & Donita Diamata– Recovery 101: The Lens for Discovery- Recovery 101 becoming recovery oriented

Joe Miller- Supported Education and WIOA- Supported Education Presentation

Eugenia Cox– Ticket to Work and How to Participate- Ticket to Work Client Handout. OSECE TTW Presentation 2018A,  Mental Health Referral Form 2018, EN-payments-glance-2018,  TTW Quick Ref 2018,  TTW OSECE Sample Letter,  TTW Contract-statement of work (Amended 2013)

Multnomah EASA– The Occupation of Vocation: Supported Employment and Occupational Therapy Collaboration with Transition Aged Youth Experiencing Psychosis- Multnomah County EASA Referral and Information

Suzanne Williams and Amanda Burnside– IPS for People with Opioid Dependency and Homelessness: The Success of IPS in Oklahoma–OSECE 2018 The Success of IPS in Oklahoma.ppt

Ryan Melton– EASA and IPS: Balancing Fidelity Guidelines with Modifications and Cultural Adaptations to Meet the Needs of Young Adults Experiencing Psychosis–SE_Sed EASA

Tammy Guest– Follow-Along Support Planning: How to Individualize!– Follow- Along Support Planning