The CAFE TA Center is pleased to present its newest online training, Re-Organizing the Organization.
Many organizations start out with a strong mission, a core of committed leaders, and genuine enthusiasm for making a tangible difference in the lives of the people it serves. It can be a real challenge to get an organization up and running, but once the vision begins to become a reality, things can settle into a positive rhythm of sustainability, ongoing positive work and professional management that sets the scene for long-term success.
At least that’s how it’s supposed to work! In reality, many organizations find themselves at a crossroads, where they know that something has to change in order for them to survive, but their leadership either doesn’t recognize the challenges, or doesn’t know how to get back on track.
To help organizational leaders recognize when it’s time to re-organize, identify the steps that need to be taken and determine the process to follow to “reset” their organization, The CAFE TA Center has created Re-Organizing the Organization. Please check it out today!
This training is presented as a pre-recorded slide show. To view the training in PDF format with a written transcription of the audio, click here.
When it initially emerged in the 1990’s, the concept of supported education was heralded as a promising practice that could help people with psychiatric disabilities return to school by providing the right support. Two decades later, the idea of supported education continues to grow in popularity, and many colleges and universities have entire programs tasked with helping their students with mental health needs to flourish on campus.
That’s progress, but in day-to-day practice, it can still be hard to locate and recognize supported education. Some programs offer a significant array of supports and accommodations, but don’t use the term “supported education.” Others do use the term, but serve students with behavioral health needs within a larger program designed for all students with disabilities. The types of supports that are available can also vary widely.
To help potential students learn what to look for when they seek out a supported education program,, The CAFE TA Center has produced its latest white paper, What Does Supported Education Look Like? It provides some examples of supported education programs from around the country, so potential students will have an idea of what to look for when choosing a college or university. Finding the right program takes some work, but asking the right questions can make all the difference. To find out what those questions are, check out What Does Supported Education Look Like? today!