Ppt on self development activities

Self-Regulation in Reading Deborah L. Butler Professor Faculty of Education University of British Columbia Changing Results for Young Readers Symposium.

Elementary Classrooms that Support SRL Understanding and Supporting SRL by Post- Secondary Learners Developing SRL-Supportive Practices in Intermediate and Secondary Classrooms Supporting Pre- Service Teachers to Develop SRL- Supportive Practices Teachers in Schools Working Together to Develop SRL- Supportive Practices Self-Regulation as Strategic Engagement Self-regulation is strategic, goal-directed activity –I have a goal; I do something; Does it work?; I try again/


Hauora Total Wellbeing 3.1 Achievement Standard 90739 v 2 3.1 Achievement Standard 90739 v 2 Apply knowledge to plan a physical activity programme or experience.

be defined as a person’s belief in themselves to achieve a task that is before them. Physical activity gives participants a sense of achievement. Physical activity gives participants a sense of achievement. It allows them to feel healthy and good about themselves which develops self esteem, a sense of achievement and confidence. It allows them to feel healthy and good about themselves which/


COPYRIGHT © 2014 Brooks/Cole*Wadsworth Publishing Company A division of Cengage Inc. 1 Applying Career Development Theory to Counseling, 6e by Richard.

Questionnaire Values Pattern Personality The following factors describe a person’s adjustment to an occupation: flexibility, activeness, reactiveness, and perseverance. COPYRIGHT © 2014 Brooks/Cole*Wadsworth Publishing Company A division of Cengage Inc/LIFE THEMES Based on Adlerian Theory Lifestyle Early recollections Five major life tasks reflect social interest Self-development Spiritual development Occupation Society Love COPYRIGHT © 2014 Brooks/Cole*Wadsworth Publishing Company A division of Cengage /


Clients’ Basic Human Needs Developed by: Dede Carr, BS, LDA Karen Neu, MSN, CNE, CNP 1.

using complete sentences & all parts of speech; cooperate in doing simple chores (putting toys away); demonstrate awareness of sexual difference Activities of Daily Living : Demonstrate development of toilet training; perform simple hygienic measures, dress & undress self; engage in bedtime rituals & demonstrate ability to put self to sleep (Berman et al., p. 380) 46 Preschooler’s Milestones Moral Fear of punishment & egocentric focus; Capable of/


PROGRAM ON ENTREPRENEURSHIP COURSE OUTLINE Session 1. INTRODUCTION OF ALL IN MBA CLASS !!! Self Entrepreneurship story !!! Nature and development of Entrepreneurship.

!! THE SPICES TRADING CORP.LTD(STCL): To domestic and international trade in Spices !!! SMALL INDUSTRIES DEVELOPMENT ORG.(SIDO): Has promotional activities in various areas WORLD TRADE ORGANIZATION(WTO): is the legal and foundation of multilateral trading !!! NAFTA:/must have technical knowledge of the product. MOTIVATOR: He should build a team, keep them motivated for their career development. SELF CONFIDENCE: He must believe in himself to achieve his goals. LONG TERM INVOLVEMENT: Committed for 5 years – /


1 1 Research in Nursing & Health, 2009, 32, 634–646 Correlates of Physical Activity in Low Income College Students Joyce L. Maglione, 1 * Laura L. Hayman.

because it had sound psychometric properties and provided detailed information about physical activity behaviors that would demonstrate a less biased self-report measure of physical activity and provide high quality data. 108 In summary, the data bring to light the importance of improving physical activity behaviors and developing meaningful programs to increase physical activity behaviors within campus communities. This requires a multidisciplinary approach calling on the/


The Basics Convergence Divergence Communication Ecology Person or Group Perception Culture Emerges from self-organization Stimuli categories dimensions.

flexibility to assure ample time is spend on activities & experiences important to the assignee. Social skills for maintaining existing social relationships & developing new ones. Helping people & organizations thrive in/) Synergy (enhanced productivity & quality) Optimizing the benefits of diversity in solving problems in a rapidly changing global ecology through self-organization & swarm intelligence – Enhancing “ exploration” vs “ exploitation” on “ solution landscapes” The “knowledge paradox” Fontaine,/


Easing The Transition to College: Helping Students Become Self-Regulated Learners Debra Dunlap Runshe Instructional Development Specialist University Information.

Study Skills Goal Setting ePortfolios Zimmerman’s Forethought Phase Task analysis Goal setting Strategic planning Self-motivation Self-efficacy Outcome expectations Intrinsic interest / value Learning goal orientation (Zimmerman, 2000) Seven Principles for Good Practice 1.Encourages student-faculty contact 2.Develops reciprocity and cooperation among students 3.Uses active learning techniques 4.Gives prompt feedback 5.Emphasizes time on task 6.Communicates high expectations/


The Effects of Model Project of Self ‐ governing Coastal Fishery in Korea IN KIM (PUSAN NATIONAL UNIVERSITY)

through those managements the project influences finally the stable increase of community members income, conflict preservation and resolution, and community development. Considering the result of analysis, we can conclude that the model project of self-governance fisheries influences directly the management activities, and through those managements the project influences finally the stable increase of community members income, conflict preservation and resolution, and community/


‘Scaffolded’ Rough-and- Tumble Play Operationalizing the Foundations for Self-Determination Model Keith W. Allred, Ph.D. DEC Presentation© October 9, 2014.

14 15 Father-Child Attachment: General Observations Fathers provide more excitatory, destabilising, and challenging environments ‘Activative’ fathering behaviors: Engage children’s self-regulatory systems Encourage risk-taking Provide firm limits on behavior Encourages impulse control Facilitates problem-solving skills Crucial Context for Development of Father-Child Activation Relationship Posited that infants develop attachment to fathers through play Rough and Tumble Play (RTP) particularly RTP includes/


AGL Autonomous Group Learning BASED UPON MANY CONTACTS AND THE TEXTBOOK: MEDICAL HYPNOSIS PRIMER - Clinical and Research Evidence which was developed by:

. Seek multiple goals: improved sleep, increased activity, reduced analgesic or sedative medication, physical therapy, and decreased catastrophizing, anxiety control etc.. Suggestions should build confidence (self-efficacy), effortlessness, with a neutral or positive mood of relaxation or even excitement). UNIT 4 - CHRONIC PAIN F. PAIN MANAGEMENT - ANALGESIA AND COMFORT Use what the patient gives you to develop two types of outcome for hypnotic treatment/


LEARNING LEARNING:- Learning is a process of acquiring of new inputs in term of knowledge & understanding, some physical activity or a new behavior (including.

for larger groups, including society as a whole. 6. THE DEPENDENCY MOTIVE:- This deals with concern for selfdevelopment with others help, checking ideas or proposed action with significant others (those more knowledgeable or having higher status,/organization:- 1. Organization structure is designed by the top management to fulfill certain requirements – performance of necessary activities thereby achieving organizational goals. 2. Organization structure is based on the principles of division of labor & /


Powerpoint designed by: Angela Carabali BASED UPON THE TEXTBOOK MEDICAL HYPNOSIS PRIMER - CLINICAL AND RESEARCH EVIDENCE Developed by SCEH and ISH MEDICAL.

increased well-being. UNIT 4 - CHRONIC PAIN C.DEVELOPMENT AND NEGOTIATION OF THE TREATMENT PLAN (f) Decreased pain focus (increased ability to ignore pain); and (g) Decreased catastrophizing, and other components of a negative cognitive set. (h) Self hypnosis training for pain reduction, decreased pain focus, and improved sleep. Effective treatments include: graded activity and quota-based exercise programs, non pain contingent medication/


Metacognitive instructional strategies: a study of e- learners self-regulation Liliana Cuesta Medina Lecturer-Researcher Department of Foreign Languages.

learning activities systematically and influence students´ self-regulation. (Cuesta, 2009) Self-regulation It includes knowledge of the task (the whats, whens and as hows of learning) as well as self-knowledge of personal skills, interests and attitudes. Self-regulated learning requires learners to have a solid knowledge of the requirements of the task, as well as of the personal qualities and strategies needed to develop the/


SRSD: Self- Regulated Strategy Development RLA 514 Spring 2009.

Knowledge Background knowledge and preskills (vocab, concepts, etc) needed for learning or using the composition or self-regulation strategies are developed Background knowledge and preskill development activities depend upon the learner and the knowledge and skills to be developed Knowledge and preskills should be developed enough to move on to the next stage Stage 2: Discuss It Teacher and student collaborate to determine what strategy or/


John R. Johnson, Ph.D. Director Research & Development Center for Disabilities 1400 W. 22 nd St. Sioux Falls, SD 57104

revise their plans as necessary" (Whitman, 1990, p. 373). Self-regulated learning is “the process whereby students activate and sustain cognitions, behaviors, and affects that are systematically oriented toward the attainment of goals” (Schunk, 1994; p. 75). Self-regulated behavior involves the use of self-direction and self-management to regulate the process of setting goals, developing action plans to achieve those goals, implementing and following/


WORK, LEISURE & RETIREMENT. Why Work? material needs material needs self-esteem, self aspect self-esteem, self aspect social acceptance social acceptance.

develop aspects of the self and to meet personal needs and aspirations The meaning of work apparently changes with age The meaning of work apparently changes with age Work also plays a major organizing role in society, structuring both time and activities/phase may occur after honeymoon phase TERMINATION PHASE The autonomy and self-sufficiency developed in the stable phase may begin decrease The autonomy and self-sufficiency developed in the stable phase may begin decrease RETIREMENT ADJUSTMENT STYLES /


FEM 3001 (INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN DEVELOPMENT) FEM 3001 is the basic course in your entire studies INSTRUCTOR DR SITI NOR BINTI YAACOB JPMPK, FEM CONTACT.

school children 31FEM3001/PJJ/JAN2012/SNY MESOSYSTEM Comprises the interrelations among 2 or more settings in which the developing person actively participates Example:  Mesosystem for a child is the relationship between home, neighbor, and school  Marital/ copes with everyday living by applying one’s beliefs and values Expressed through behaviours. self-discipline, self-motivation, punctuality, orderliness, self-evaluation of one’s efforts, decisiveness & goal orientation Unique for each individual; -/


1 Socio-emotional Development 2 Socio-emotional development in Infant & Toddlers.

and 18 months Toddlers assert autonomy by sometimes not complying Warm, sensitive caregiving increases compliance Helping Toddlers Develop Compliance and Self-Control Respond with sensitivity and support Give advance notice of change in activities Offer many prompts and reminders Reinforce self-controlled behavior Encourage sustained attention Support language development Increase rules gradually 28  TEMPERAMENT is the patterns of arousal and emotionality that are consistent and/


MPS 3: Self-assessment Donald R. Woods Chemical Engineering Department McMaster University Hamilton, Ontario Canada 1.

got them all!” but we need evidence. Skills you bring: List 7 bits of evidence about where the skills were developed For each listing of evidence: be quantitative: how much? How many? make consistent with skills claiming 45 MPS 3: Self-assessment Activity: Discuss with neighbour the resume of Mary Jane TIME _______ _______________________________________ Write reflections about assessment and about resume writing as/


Helping Me to Help Myself: A Common Sense Approach to Self- Regulation Intervention Tim Feeney, Ph.D. Project Director New York State Neurobehavioral Resource.

., parties, outings, etc.)?  Does the individual participate maximally in long-term future planning? rehabilitation planning? IEP development Self-Initiating  Do everyday people give the individual opportunities to initiate and wait an appropriate length of time? Are signals available to remind the individual to initiate activities?  Do the activities that the individual engages in make appropriate demands on the individuals ability to initiate (e.g/


Cognition & Development 3. Development of social cognition.

Cognition & Development 3. Development of social cognition Development of the child’s sense of self Development of the child’s sense of self Activity - questions When you look in the mirror how do you know it’s you? How do you know what other people feel? Introduction Interpersonal behaviors begin in infancy, when children /


Childhood and Adolescence: Voyages in Development, Second Edition, Spencer A. Rathus Chapter 16 Chapter 16 Adolescence: Social and Emotional Development.

on two dimensions –Exploration – active questioning alternatives in search of goals –Commitment – stable investment in goals Identity diffusion –Low exploration and commitment Foreclosure –Low exploration; high commitment Moratorium –High exploration; low commitment Identity achievement –High exploration and commitment What Are Marcia’s “Identity Statuses”? Childhood and Adolescence: Voyages in Development, Second Edition, Spencer A. Rathus Chapter 16 Development of self-identity is more complex/


‘SIS goes MaD’ Oct. 7-11, 2013 Activity Booklet Years 8-10 ‘SIS goes MaD’ Oct. 7-11, 2013 Activity Booklet Years 8-10.

Chengdu basin rushes to meet the Himalayas. Students will develop key skills through the carefully-designed programme: Management skills and co-operation Management skills and co-operation Responsibility for one’s actions Responsibility for one’s actions Self esteem, confidence and respect for others Self esteem, confidence and respect for others Outdoor activity skills Outdoor activity skills Initiative, reliance and teamwork Initiative, reliance and teamwork/


Under normal circumstances immune system will not destroy self antigens. Autoimmunity can be defined as breakdown of mechanisms responsible for self tolerance.

do not mount a strong immune response against our own (self) antigens, a phenomenon called self- tolerance. *When the immune system recognizes a self antigen and mounts a strong response against it, autoimmune disease develops. * Thus, the immune system is constantly challenged to discriminate self vs non-self and mediate the right response. *Tolerance is an active antigen dependent process in response to the antigen. *Tolerance is/


Self-Regulated Learning A key Competency The journey so farThe journey so far SRL – what, why, features of, strategiesSRL – what, why, features of, strategies.

curriculum concepts Key skills Links to main ELA & AOs Learning intentions developed Bloom’s/MI activities developed Immersion activities WWK/WWTHWK/WWWTK Student driven activities incorporated Conducive Learning Environment + SRL = success MI + Bloom’s (HOTs) + Inquiry + SRL = academic achievement Key competency group Managing Self Managing self includes making plans, self-assessing, setting and achieving personal goals, developing strategies to overcome hurdles and knowing when a change of course is/


1 The lifelong social experience by which people develop their human potential and learn culture Socialization.

“real-life” works. 51 George Herbert Mead Social Self Self–The part of an individual’s personality composed of self-awareness and self-image 1.Self develops only from social interaction. 2.Social experience is the exchange/develops a sense of self. 1.How we think others see us. 2.We analyze the reactions of others and determine if they view us as we view ourselves. 3.We us our perceptions of how others see us to create feelings about ourselves. The I and Me: The self has two parts. –Active side of the self/


School-wide PBS : Correcting Problem Behavior & Developing Self-Discipline December 9, 2014.

Place Action Plan Discuss as a team the items Partially in place or Not in Place Note activities to be completed, who will do them and when Lunch Developing Self- Discipline DE-PBS Key Features for SW Program Development & Evaluation Problem-Solving/Leadership Team Data Professional Development & Resources Developing SW and Classroom Systems to Prevent Problem Behavior Expectations, Recognition and Teaching Positive relationships Correcting Problem Behaviors/


1 Welfare Transition Work Activity Definitions August 2007.

activity screen (weekly) Because the benefits may change monthly, the hours assigned to a worksite must be reviewed and updated monthly Because the benefits may change monthly, the hours assigned to a worksite must be reviewed and updated monthly Update the steps to self-sufficiency Update the steps to self-sufficiency Update case notes Update case notes Update the Skill Development/ Workshops Classroom activities Classroom activities Working with job developers Working with job developers Job matching /


Concept “Zone of Proximal Development” in Psychotherapy and Pedagogic V. Zaretskii, A.Kholmogorova Moscow State University of Psychology and Education.

. Vector of overcoming internal obstacles blocking the ways to realize activities. Vector of the ability to overcome the difficulties. Vector of self-trust, self- confidence development Vector of self-reflection development Vector of subjectness development Psychologo-pedagogical help Field of psychotherapeutic work on internal obstacles blocking the ways to realize activities. Zone of actual development Zone of proximal development Zone of unattainable challenge The epicenter of the problem Vector of/


Work and Self Development Chapters 1 and 2 Weeks 2 and 3.

with action, behaviors, steps of behaviors, abilities, etc. that are valuable to attaining your goals Interests – disciplines, fields, topics, activities, situations with which you prefer to spend time Interests – disciplines, fields, topics, activities, situations with which you prefer to spend time Work and Self Development Inventory your values, knowledge, skills, and interests Inventory your values, knowledge, skills, and interests Values – top three from your/


Facilitators - Stephanie Davies, WMnet Steve Pincher, Birmingham LA Geoff Turrell, Athena EAZ Using the Becta Self Review Framework for school improvement.

be used as part of change management 4.use self-review to identify areas of further development and support Using the Becta Self Review Framework for school improvement Programme - morning 9:30 am – Welcome and introduction to course 9:35 am – The impact of ICT 9:50 am – The future of ICT 10:05 am – Activity One Needs, wants and wishes 10:30 am/


1 st edition – September 2007. Written by Haringey PC LIT. Developed from Haringey and C&I guidelines. Contents (click on heading to go to page): Depression.

Depression Severe Depression Dysthymia Moderate Depression Actively suicidal & urgent risk to self or others POOR RESPONSE to adequate treatments/ complex management issues Draft 1 – july 2007. Written by Haringey PC LIT. Developed from Haringey and C&I guidelines/personal functioning Changes in affect, cognition, thought content, motivation and behaviour 50% do not develop frank psychosis active follow up in primary care Prodromal Period Early signs of deterioration in personal functioning Changes in affect, /


Chapter 5: Child and Adolescent Development Chapter 6: Diversity in School-age Children and Adolescents.

know they are not alone and have support Participation: have adolescents help plan and organize activities that interest them Self-regulation: Support adolescents by talking about organizing their time to eliminate stress, dealing with conflicts, and avoiding gossip; encourage them to develop their own sense of identity New activities for adolescents can include visiting a nursing home, soup kitchen, or homeless shelter. UNIT 3/


 Institute for Human Conceptual and Mental Development (IHCMD) Understanding and Managing Existence and Development from the Ground Up and from the Inside.

external conditions and the world around us to understand and manage ourselves, the mind, the inner mental life and the mental self  Dividing and separating existence and development into different issues, subject matters, disciplines, fields of study, and areas of human activity, specialization and expertise  Each defined and governed by different, competing and conflicting assumptions, objectives, approaches and practices  Institute for Human Conceptual/


 Institute for Human Conceptual and Mental Development (IHCMD) Education and Training for a Sustainable, Secure and Peaceful Future Education and Training.

matters, disciplines, fields of study, and areas of human activity, specialization and expertise  Institute for Human Conceptual and Mental Development (IHCMD) Focus and Concentration  Each defined and governed by different, competing and conflicting assumptions, objectives, approaches and practices Learning How to Learn  Developing and engaging in a process of continuous, life- long conceptual and mental self-development and growth  Constantly reconsidering, updating, correcting, expanding and/


Differentiated Formative Assessment to Improve Student Learning Presented by Ed P r o o o Development 1.

.Each group will need to perform or direct the group to perform the assessment. 7.You will have only 5 minutes to develop your activity. Self Reports Often accompanied by Likert self rating scales Likert Scales A scale that reflects student performance by means of descriptives. Descriptors vary according to teacher preference. Not Yet Getting Going Complete Practice Scale Touchdown25 Yard LineLine /


Avenue Centre for Education Hub Self Evaluation 2015 Comprehensive Summary Chris Day Headteacher & Strategic Lead.

& Welfare: 1 Outstanding  Effectiveness of Leadership & management:1 Outstanding 1. Overall Effectiveness Self Evaluation (5 of 6) Pupil’s spiritual, moral, social & cultural development  ACE pupils have opportunity to take mentoring role in neighbouring primary school  Annually 150+ offsite curriculum activities inc. trips to London, Farms, Ski-ing, Woodland survival crafts, Scouts activity skills, archery, skateboarding, high ropes, pot-holing  +68% average improvement in/


Evidence-based Strategies to Support Self-Determination Skill Development Valerie L. Mazzotti, PhD National Technical Assistance Center on Transition.

self-evaluation; Konrad & Test, 2004; Konrad & Test, 2007 ) GO 4 IT…Now! & CCSS Objective: To teach students to develop goals Materials: Go 4 IT…Now! flash cards Go 4 IT…Now! Worksheet Go 4 IT…Now! Evaluation sheet Go 4 IT…Now Strategy Go 4 IT…Now! Teaching Procedures 1.Develop and activate prior knowledge of paragraphs Activate/ topic sentence and several supporting sentences. 2.Develop and activate prior knowledge of present levels of performance Activate students’ prior knowledge of their present levels /


Helping Me to Help Myself: A Common Sense Approach to Self- Regulation Intervention Tim Feeney, Ph.D. Executive Director School and Community Support,

Intervention must be delivered early andIntervention must be delivered early and intensively, through established routines, and focus on the development of self-regulation and problem-solving strategies in context. In absence of meaningful engagement in chosen In absence of meaningful engagement in chosen life activities all interventions will ultimately fail. Long term, flexible, and frequently adjustedLong term, flexible, and frequently adjusted supports may/


Case Study Analysis of College Union Employment as a Source of Student Learning and Self-Efficacy Development Matthew Kevin Ducatt, Ph.D. April 11, 2015.

university. Student employees may cease to have learning experiences which cultivate skills and competency development and support their self-efficacy development. Student employment in college unions would have a less positive effect on the /A guide to design and implementation. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass. Metz, N. D. (Ed.). (1996) Student development in college unions and student activities. Bloomington: IN: the Association of College Unions-International Milani, T. E., Eakin, J. T. & Brattain, W/


In the Spirit of Service Not Self for Veterans, God and Country American Legion Auxiliary Call to Service Corps AmeriCorps Project VISTA Information Session.

an organization gain greater independence and sustainability. VISTA Member Activities In the Spirit of Service Not Self for Veterans, God and Country JCF VISTA Members may perform from among the following activities: – Conduct needs assessments. – Develop a JCF action plan. – Develop a JCF marketing plan. – Develop or refresh an Inter-Service Family Assistance Committee. – Develop a resource directory. – Maintain an events calendar. – Collect best practices. – Promote Community/


Chapter 6: Early Childhood: Psychosocial Development Emotional regulation Parenting patterns Self-esteem Moral stages of development Psychosocial stages.

-For Piaget the Preoperational Stage extends from age two to approximately ages six or seven. During this period the child acquires motor skills and develops a sense of self. She/he is capable of imaginative thinking and playful activity. While she/he can focus on discrete information items she/he is not capable of logical, discursive thought. 1. Imaginative solo play in the/


Funded by HRSA HIV/AIDS Bureau Supporting HIV Patient Self-Management The Evidence Base, Practice Implications, and Provider Support Joseph Rukeyser, PhD.

fostering collaborative interaction between patients and their providers in support of increased patient self- efficacy and self-management National Quality Center (NQC)27 Curriculum Activities (I) Develop an operational definition of self- management  Health care self-management continuum  Share personal experiences with managing health and health care Patient Case Study  Small group brainstorming activity  Andy and Zeke* Brothers with similar health challenges and different degrees of success/


SCHOOL FOR HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT (SHRD) Department of Entrepreneurship and Procurement HEE 4102 Entrepreneurship development BY Prof. Henry M. Bwisa.

with no option but to destroy their environment to survive Idea of self-reliant development with natural resource constraints Cost effective development using different economic criteria to the traditional –i.e. development should not degrade environment Important issues of health control, appropriate technologies, food self-reliance, clean water and shelter for all People centered activities are necessary- human beings are the resources in the concept 6/


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the IBM Message broker for ESB under the earlier iEHR program DHA needs to fund prototyping activity to build software development toolkits and frameworks to accelerate the adoption of these technologies with in the enterprise and to /from wearable devices and sensors Develop and test predictive algorithms that can analyze if certain physical activity patterns may be suggestive of certain medication conditions TARGET IMPLEMENTATION: 7-10 Years TECHNICAL NAME: Quantified Self LRTA TECH BUCKET: Management and/


Chapter Ten Human Development Across the Lifespan.

games, and initiate activities with others. If given this opportunity, children develop a sense of initiative, and feel secure in their ability to lead others and make decisions. Conversely, if this tendency is squelched, either through criticism or control, children develop a sense of guilt. They may feel like a nuisance to others and will therefore remain followers, lacking in self-initiative. Too much/


Activity 3 - Key Messages We all have different attributes / qualities. Some we like – and others we do not. We can learn to like our short comings or.

Activity 6 - Key Messages It is essential for all young people/adults to have a sense of appreciation and respect for self. When we respect our self, others will respect us. We have to use our life to the best of our ability, developing/low achievement = higher risk). Teenagers tend to engage in more high-risk behaviours than adults. Teenagers may lack well-developed self-control and may behave more impulsively than adults. Teenagers out of curiosity experiment. Environmental factors Attitudes and values of /


Page 1 DBHDS Virginia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services June 2016 Office of Provider Development Division of Developmental Services.

-building and support to promote community inclusion Increasing social abilities and maintaining relationships Increasing or maintaining health, safety and fitness Improving decision-making and self-determination Promoting meaningful community involvement Developing and supporting with daily needs The allowable activities include but are not limited to: Residential Options Page 138 DBHDS Virginia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services Independent Living Supports Residential Options/


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the IBM Message broker for ESB under the earlier iEHR program DHA needs to fund prototyping activity to build software development toolkits and frameworks to accelerate the adoption of these technologies with in the enterprise and to /from wearable devices and sensors Develop and test predictive algorithms that can analyze if certain physical activity patterns may be suggestive of certain medication conditions TARGET IMPLEMENTATION: 7-10 Years TECHNICAL NAME: Quantified Self LRTA TECH BUCKET: Management and/


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