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“Under the Umbrella and Dreaming ” Using CANS and the Family’s Focus to Craft Strength Based Service Plans. Written By: James Button M.S. (ICC) Angie Martin M.S (ICC) North Star Behavioral Health Services (Franklin County HCBS WAIVER) For questions: (518) 354-4143 “or” (518) 651-2270.

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Written by james button m s icc angie martin m s icc north star behavioral health services

“Under the Umbrella and Dreaming”Using CANS and the Family’s Focus to Craft Strength Based Service Plans.

Written By:

James Button M.S. (ICC)

Angie Martin M.S (ICC)

North Star Behavioral Health Services

(Franklin County HCBS WAIVER)

For questions:

(518) 354-4143 “or”

(518) 651-2270


Agenda

Agenda

  • Challenges in Service Plan Development

  • Incorporating Multiple Data Sources into the Service Plan

  • Helping Families Utilize the CANS Tool for Service Plan Development.


Challenges in service plan writing

Challenges in SERVICE PLAN Writing

  • When do you experience Service Plan Writer’s Block?

  • What are common challenges preparing and writing the Service Plan?


Challenges in service plan writing1

Challenges in SERVICE PLAN Writing

  • Word Usage

  • Reframing

  • Narrowing down the goal and objectives

  • Keeping it simple, attainable, measureable

  • Specific vs. General (real life vs. lab)

  • Incorporating multiple data and perspective sources.


Multiple data sources

Multiple data sources

  • Who is involved in Service Plan development?

  • Motivation and Perspectives can be different depending on the source.


Multiple data sources1

Multiple data sources

  • What happens when there are many perspectives on what the goals/objectives should be?

    • Person-Centered Approach.

    • Child “Readiness”.

    • Clarify Waiver mission, scope, and boundaries.

    • Be creative in connecting differences (sometimes the goal is the same but the approach looks different).

What do you see?


Multiple data sources2

Multiple data sources

  • How can we utilize ALL players to address the many perspectives in the Service Plan?

    • Teamwork

    • Brokering

    • Connect the Roles

    • Validate Motive

    • Part of Success

    • Accountability


Multiple data sources3

Multiple data sources

  • Many different sources of input

  • can influence the overall completion

  • of the CANS.

  • Variables that influence perspective

  • Be objective and use “evidence”


Making sense of the cans

Making Sense of the CANS

  • We use 2s and 3s as areas of

  • focus in the development of the Service Plan.

    • Making 2s and 3s meaningful for the

    • family (recognizing the need, prioritizing)

    • Operationalizing 2s and 3s into objectives

    • (turning deficits into strength-based objectives….reframing)


Motivational service planning

Motivational Service Planning

  • We may see areas of need/strength

  • not noted by the family.

    • Motivational service planning: Can we

    • support areas of need directly AND indirectly?

      • Motivational service planning refers to the

      • child/family’s readiness for:

MOTIVATIONAL SERVICE PLANNING


Reframing

Reframing

  • It may be difficult for a family to reframe experiences, challenges, and concerns in a positive, goal-oriented fashion.

  • How do we turn “can’t” and “don’t” into “can” and “will”?

  • Example: Kendra won’t hit her brother when she becomes angry.

    (Let’s reframe this statement.)


Service planning scenario

Service Planning Scenario

Writing a Goal that Addresses many Needs/Concerns.

Purpose of Skit:

To demonstrate some of the difficulties we may encounter in combining

the CANS Scores, the Child’s priorities and the influences of Others

into the Service Plan.


Skit background

Skit (BACKGROUND)

  • Client- “Johnny”: 17-year senior student hoping to go to university in California

  • MH Diagnosis: ADHD, ODD

  • Father left home/family with no goodbye 3 weeks ago

  • 7-day psychiatric hospitalization: suicide attempt, “took a handful of” Prevacid

  • (thinking it was mother’s Xanax)

  • Referred to case management as part of psychiatric (hospital) discharge plan (CANS provided by treating psychiatrist)


Skit review

Skit review


Overcoming service plan writing challenges

Overcoming SERVICE PLAN writing challenges

  • Goal: I will complete thorough and strength-based service plans.

    • Objective: I will listen to the concerns and strengths of the child/family during each visit

    • Objective: I will demonstrate during each visit how to transform concerns and “deficits” into goal-oriented statements.

    • Objective: I will incorporate multiple perspectives regarding the families progress while maintaining a client-centered service.

    • Method: Who helps us when we struggle with SP writing? Is this an area where I can use the other systems/supports?

      • Who are those supports?

      • What resources exist that help with SP writing?


Service plan writing resources

Service Plan Writing resources

CANS MANUAL

OMH UPDATES

Child

&

Family

S.M.A.R.T.

GUIDANCE

DOCUMENT

ICC

NETWORKING


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