Full course description
This course provides an overview of the importance and purpose of high-quality case documentation when working with individuals with visual impairments. Areas of case documentation, including client confidentiality and privacy, intake, assessment, progress notes, and case closure will be reviewed.
- Identify the purpose of high-quality case documentation.
- Identify the types or formats of case documentation.
- Know the importance of assessment, planning, progress notes, and closure reports, and how to document these.
- Know how to complete progress notes using a systematic approach.
- Know how to write goals and objectives.
- Identify the importance, legal requirements, and processes for client confidentiality and protection of client information.
This course is available for CRC, ACVREP, and NBPCB credit.
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