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  1. page New Resources! edited Here are the latest resources: TCOM Blog: The Praed Foundation now has a TCOM Blog. To get in …

    Here are the latest resources:
    TCOM Blog:
    The Praed Foundation now has a TCOM Blog. To get in on the conversation, please visit: https://tcomconversations.org/

    CANS Parent and Caregiver Resources:
    {CANS Information for Families.pdf}
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Tuesday, February 23

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    {CANS Windowpane With Explanation February 2016.pdf}
    CANS Clinician Resources:
    {TCOM and Why Wheels.pdf}
    {Why Wheels and CANS.pdf}

    {CANS Tip_Sheet-for Caregivers and Families 2-1-15_FINAL.pdf}
    {Concrete-Guidelines-to-Treatment-Planning-with-and-Clinical-Application- .pdf}
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  2. page CANS Clinician Resources edited ... {CANS Windowpane With Explanation February 2016.pdf} {5-18 CANS Manual.pdf} Collaborative…
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    {CANS Windowpane With Explanation February 2016.pdf}
    {5-18 CANS Manual.pdf}
    Collaborative Treatment Planning. Jennifer Cardenas, Mark Nickell and their colleagues at Seneca Family of Agencies utilize many methods for collaborative treatment planning. One of those is the Why Wheel. This tool, in combination with the CANS, helps treatment teams analyze the needs of a client and family and develop a course of action (e.g., treatment plan, action steps). These documents can be used, but if they are to be shared, please acknowledge Seneca Family of Agencies and Jennifer Cardenas and Mark Nickell. They can also be contacted for further information (see documents for contact information).
    {TCOM and Why Wheels.pdf}
    {Why Wheels and CANS.pdf}

    Treatment Planning Manuals. The Treatment Planning Manual walks field-by-field through the Treatment Plan form and describes how the CANS / Assessment informs the Treatment Plan. Special attention is paid to writing goals that address multiple actionable CANS items. A full example including an Initial CANS / Assessment and completed Treatment Plan is included. In addition to the Treatment Plan Manual is a document which lists examples of Medicaid-compliant goals for all of the CANS items included on both the Initial CANS / Assessment and the Reassessment.
    {Tx Planning Manual_Distribution Copy, Nov 4, 2010.pdf}
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Tuesday, February 16

  1. page ANSA Resources edited ... Talking about Trauma when conducting the CANS/ANSA/FAST: Some portions of the assessment can b…
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    Talking about Trauma when conducting the CANS/ANSA/FAST: Some portions of the assessment can be more difficult to talk about than others, specifically the trauma domains. However, learning about what an individual has been through, and how it may be affecting them now, is vital to guiding how we work with an individual or family. The following includes tips and strategies for gathering this information in a safe and trauma-informed manner, which can be applied according to your own communication style.
    {Talking_about_Trauma_Tip_Sheet.pdf}
    {CANS Windowpane With Explanation February 2016.pdf}
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    {Standard Reports_Dissemination Version v 1.1.pdf}
    Webinar Links for Texas CANS Calls:
    September 24, 2014 Call:
    https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/recording/5066567534345361410
    October 22, 2014 Call:
    https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/recording/6862660461438265346
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    January 19, 20142016 Call:
    https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/recording/3481403820838227457

    https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/recording/3874886056694477570

    December 21, 2014 Call:
    https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/recording/1842005596168083458
    November 19, 2014 Call:
    https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/recording/3481403820838227457
    October 22, 2014 Call:
    https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/recording/6862660461438265346
    September 24, 2014 Call:
    https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/recording/5066567534345361410

    CANS Family Guide
    The CANS Family Guide is a tool for engaging youth and families during a behavioral health assessment. Developed by CBHI with input from Parent/Professional Advocacy League (PPAL) and the MCEs, this simple, two page guide explains what the CANS is and why it is used. You can give it to families to read on their own or use it to guide a conversation during the assessment period.
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