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This is characterized by connecting services identified in the ISP and linkages to formal community systems/support. Activities including SNAP recovery sheet, strength chain activities, social support worksheet, and a reference guide to DD self advocacy groups. 

What is Coordinating?


This is characterized by identifying and documenting an individuals mental health needs. Activities may include a daily mood chart, wheel of emotions, plan for implementing strategies, coping skills evaluation, or the pleasure predicting worksheet. 

What is Symptom Monitoring?


This is characterized by two disorders being coupled together, such as an intellectual disability and a mental health diagnosis. 

What is a Dual Diagnosis?


This is characterized by persistent deficits in social interaction and communication in multiple life areas as well as restricted and repetitive patterns of behaviors.

What is Autism?


35% is required to meet ________. 

What is Productivity?

This is characterized by activities an individual can participate in that can positively impact their environment. Activities can include self-esteem journal and an about me page. 

What is Empowerment?


This is characterized by further development of daily living skills that present a barrier due to one's mental health diagnosis. Activities may include STOP practice, mindful cards, task analysis, or reviewing guided meditation and mindfulness websites. 

What is Skill Building?


This is characterized by two distinct periods. Symptoms may include grandiose thought, melancholy, euphoria, psychosis, or distress. 

What is Bipolar Disorder?


This is characterized by a lack of interest in activities. It may also involve feelings of guilt, fatigue, and irritability.

What is Depression?


38% is required to meet _____.

What is Bonus?


This is characterized by assisting a client reach personal goals/development that is in line with their mental health diagnosis. Activities may include social stories for hygiene/social interactions, chore charts, household checklists, or role playing. 

What is Achieving Independence?


This is directed mainly towards clients but can be geared towards family members, staff, providers, or others involved with daily functioning if needed. Activities can include tips to keeping a journal or informational websites regarding one's diagnoses and symptoms. 

What is Education and Training?


This is characterized by excessive and persistent fear, worry, and related behavioral disturbances. The fear involves an emotional response to a threat, whether that threat is real or perceived. This also involves the anticipation that a future threat may arise. 

What is Anxiety?


This can develop after an individual has experienced exposure to actual or threatened death, serious injury, or sexual violence. Symptoms include episodes of reliving or re-experiencing the event, avoiding things that remind the individual about the event, feeling on edge, and having negative thoughts.

What is PTSD?


The allotted time frame to enter progress notes according to policy. 

What is 48-hours?


This is characterized by providing wrap around support for a client to prevent or assist negative events from occuring. Activities may include safety plans, WRAP traffic light, distress tolerance, or the WRAP toolbox. 

What is Crisis Management?


This relates to activities that address symptoms, behaviors, or thought processes to eliminate barriers to seeking or maintaining healthy lifestyles and goals. Activities may include the decisional balance matrix, cognitive behavioral therapy, and the ABCs of CBT. 

What is Mental Health Interventions?


This is characterized by brief outbursts of anger and violence that are out of proportion to the situation. People with this disorder may erupt into angry outbursts or violent actions in response to everyday annoyances or disappointments.

What is Intermittent Explosive Disorder?

This is a chronic psychiatric condition that affects a person’s thinking, feeling, and behavior. It is a complex, long-term condition that affects less than 1% of people in the United States. Symptoms include delusion, hallucinations, and disorganized speech. 

What is Schizophrenia? 


The maximum amount of hours that can be held within your bank.

What is 80 hours?


This is characterized by facilitating further development of daily living skills in line with an individuals mental health diagnosis. Activities can include a life domains assessment, Maslow's hierarchy, and self-exploration worksheets. 

What is Ongoing Assessment of Needs?


This is characterized by staff/providers assisting a client during moments in the community or due to barriers such as language. One may help a client prepare for these moments by completing I statements, preparing for a doctor's visit, or by reviewing websites such as

What is Advocacy?


This is characterized as having recurrent, persistent thoughts, impulses, and urges that lead to distress or anxiety and/or repetitive and excessive behaviors to reduce anxiety or to prevent some dreaded outcome from occurring.

What is OCD?


What does OCPD stand for? If answered correctly, move on to +200 bonus question.

What is Obsessive Compulsive Personality Disorder?


The 3 items needed within a progress note to meet medical necessity.

What is diagnosis, symptom connection to specific intervention/barrier addressed, and 1:15?

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