High Risk Care

Working with high risk participants requires specialized skills, knowledge, and the ability to work effectively with the most vulnerable WIC participants. This two-day program will emphasize the Qualified Nutritionist/CPA+ and CPA’s role in the nutrition assessment and care of high-risk participants. Applying participant-centered skills, communication techniques, critical thinking, setting SMART goals, documenting care plans, and incorporating professional judgment when making decisions on a high-risk participants’ care will all be part of this dynamic 2-day event.


After attending this program, participants will be able to:

  • Describe why critical thinking is essential and how to use critical thinking skills for assessing risks, needs, and concerns with high risk participants 
  • Apply advanced level participant-centered skills while developing a care plan with high risk participants
  • Facilitate the development of SMART goals with high risk participants
  • Document Individual Care Plans and follow-up to ensure continuity of care


Target Audience: WIC Coordinators, CPA+, Qualified Nutritionist, CPA, DOH Staff


Continuing Education: 12 CPEUs (Level 2), 12 CEUs
 

*Prerequisite:  This is an advanced level training. Attendees must have taken and have basic proficiency in the online trainings, Participant-Centered Communication Skills and Advanced Participant-Centered Communication Skills, and the classroom training, Communication Skills Lab for QN/CPAs. Attendees are also expected to be familiar with the High-Risk Care policy (WPM #1216) and the Nutrition Risk Criteria and Priority System Policy Supplement (WPM#1136).
 

•           Doors will open and sign-in will begin 30 minutes before the training start time.
•           Participants that arrive at training by 9:30 AM (or 30 minutes after the official training start time) can make the decision to stay for the training and will receive a certificate of attendance.
•           At 9:31 AM (or 31 minutes after the official training start time) the door will be closed and all late participants will be asked to reschedule.
•           For your comfort, you may wish to bring a jacket or shawl to the training as it is often difficult to control the temperature in the meeting rooms.
•           Please bring a state issued photo ID to enter the building
•           Participants must attend all days of a multiple day training in order to receive a certificate of attendance and continuing education credits. If a participant is not able to fulfill this requirement they will need to re-register and re-take the program in its entirety.
•           Please note that no food or beverage will be provided

 

Location:

CAI NYC

Address: 
505 8th Avenue
New York, NY 10018
United States