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What do the following animals have to do with this session?. = Rabbit. = Rose-breasted Cockatoo . = Rosy! (That’s her name). But what does it mean?. You’ll find out today!. Crisis Response and Emergency Procedures. Resident Advisor Training August 20, 2004 . RRR.
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= Rose-breasted Cockatoo
= Rosy! (That’s her name)
You’ll find out today!
Resident Advisor Training
August 20, 2004
When you encounter a crisis or an emergency always remember:
R R R
Now you know about the animals! By the way their names are: Kala (rabbit), Tobi (parrot), and Rosy (very cutie dog)
Cool, now we get to play with the neat remote control thingy with the numbers on it!
D.Respond, Remember, Report
In the Moment!
We Need 5 Volunteers
Not to Call!
Self Care: No matter what the situation, always place your safety first! Do not put yourself in harm’s way – physically or emotionally.
In the audio clip the speaker states non violence affords a more excellent way to improve what?
Listen again for
“affords a more
excellent way “
Who was the speaker?
C. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Close your eyes and smell
Report Form (RIR)
B. An emotionally significant event of radical change in a person’s life.
In a crisis an individual's mechanisms for coping are threatened. A person may seek help, however some will not. Some will want help, but are too scared to ask. Some may give off verbal and non-verbal cues to let people know how they are feeling and that something is wrong.
D. A sudden change in mood, changes in eating or sleeping habits, agitation and restlessness, withdrawal or isolation.
Characteristics Commonly Exhibited by People in Crisis include:
Kevin and Corin’s presentation notes:
(Don’t forget to REMOVE BEFORE the presentation!)
You have the 10 Steps to Assist Someone In Crisis taken from RetNet. You must arrange yourselves in the correct order of steps 1 to 10 as outlined in the manual on RetNet.
Someone In Crisis
When you just can’t handle it… alone.
How it applies to the RA position.
You are never alone.