Welcome, Waiver Providers!

2022 updates:
DODD’s Provider Certification rule has been updated.
New rules: 5123-2-09 for independent providers and 5123-2-08 for agencies.
These courses on our site are compliant with both Provider Certification rules, and contain the required components of DODD curriculum:
Required Training for New Staff and Providers (8 hours)
Annual Training for Current Staff and Providers (8 hours)

DODD’s Day Services rules have also been updated.
These services include Adult Day Support and Voc Hab, and services covered by
Rules 5123-9-13, 5123-9-14, 5123-9-15, 5123-9-16, and 5123-9-17.
These 8- hour courses on our site are compliant with Day Services requirements:

First 30 days: ADS, Career Planning, Group/Ind Emp Support, Voc Hab (2022)
First Year Training: ADS, Career Planning, Group/Ind Emp Support, Voc Hab (2022)
Questions? We’d be happy to help you!
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Choose from the options list below if purchasing individual courses

OR

Click Here if you are an Agency Administrator purchasing courses for your staff

  • Option 1 If you are NEW staff or applying for NEW provider certification
  • Option 2 If you are already providing services and need annual training:
    Take every year and submit certificates with provider recertification application
  • Option 3 If you provide Day Array Services such as Voc Hab or Adult Day Support and are in your first 30 days of work.
  • Option 4 If you provide Day Array Services such as Voc Hab or Adult Day Support and are in your First Year of work.
Required Eight Hour Training for NEW Staff or Providers (8hrs)

For new staff or independent providers (8 hours)
Overview of DD services; Individual service plan and outcomes; Service documentation;
Bill of Rights, Role of provider; NADSP code of ethics; Trauma-informed care; Restrictive
measures (5123-2-06); Health and safety; Universal Precautions; MUI/UI
(5123-17-02); Empathy-based care. Health and welfare alerts training.
Uses required DODD curriculum.
Additional learning activities: Person centered planning and provision of services;
Building empathy and understanding about the grief process.

Annual Training for Current Staff or Providers (8hrs)

Course Content: Two hours of DODD required curriculum in: Bill of Rights; NADSP code of ethics; Empathy-based care; Ohio ISP; Health & Safety (MUI/UI); Health & welfare alert training; Universal precautions. Six hours: Valued roles (Community integration and participation): Supporting people with dual diagnosis; Trauma-informed care; Positive behavioral strategies and restrictive measures; Person-centered planning and practice; Components of quality care: Interpersonal relationships and trust; Cultural competency; Effective communication; Building empathy and understanding in the grief process.

Orientation required in the first 30 days for: Adult Day Support; Career Planning; Group Employment Support; Individual Employment Support; & Vocational Habilitation. (8 hrs)

Required in the first 30 days for Adult Day Support; Career Planning; Group
Employment Support; Individual Employment Support; & Vocational Habilitation.
Ethical and Professional conduct and practice; Components of quality care; Mentor
Guidelines for agency, mentor and protégé’; Service Definitions for Adult Day Support,
Career Planning, Group Employment Support, Individual Employment Support, and
Vocational Habilitation, Health/Safety; Signs and symptoms of illness or injury; Procedure
for response; Emergency response plans; Transportation safety; Guidelines for Virtual
Support.

Day Array Services First Year Training (8 hours)

Mentor Pairing Guidelines; Skill Building in independence, community membership,
relationship-building and self-direction; Fostering development of skills leading to
competitive integrated employment; Developing natural supports; Self-Determination;
Skill building in provision of Adult Day Support, Career Planning, Individual Employment
Support, Group Employment Support, and Vocational Habilitation.

Contributing Authors

  • Debra K Shumard, M.A., CTRS (Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialist) Director of Beyond Our Boundaries
  • Haley Burress, Master of Science in Recreation Administration, with Recreation Therapy Emphasis