Remote Supports Behavioral Health Professional Training
This course will outline how Remote Supports addresses behavioral health challenges allowing for increased independence and opportunities for self-determination.
This course will outline how Remote Supports addresses behavioral health challenges allowing for increased independence and opportunities for self-determination. By integrating least restrictive technology and trained remote staff SafeinHome’s Service fosters a supportive learning environment.
1. Describe how remote supports addresses behavioral health challenges allowing for increased independence
2. Identify two aspects of remote supports making it a least restrictive option
3. Identify how remote supports can assist a behavioral health plan
4. State two elements of remote supports that facilitate a learning environment
Carlos Gonzalez, MS LBA BCBA has a Master’s in Behavior Analysis and Therapy from Southern Illinois University. Carlos is the founder of BSTN, a leading organization in TN. For the past 21 years, BSTN has been providing compassionate care for people with the most complex behavioral challenges diagnosed with ID/DD.
In addition to BSTN, Carlos founded Healthcare Safety International, an agency dedicated to promoting client safety by creating technology to improve treatment team decisions in real time. In February 2022, Carlos led BSTN to achieve one of the most prestigious and internationally recognized accreditations in Behavioral Health: The Gold Seal of Approval from The Joint Commission. Carlos is currently a Behavioral Health Subject Matter Expert, consultant for Safeinhome.
Carlos V. Gonzalez MS,
President of BSTN
Ann Eubank, LMSW, OTR/L, ATP, CAPS has focused her career on the use of technology to increase opportunities for independence within the community of people with disabilities. She has a background in research and development, nonprofit management, systems change and waiver services. Ann has presented peer-reviewed papers and trainings nationally and internationally since 1995.