SPED 223 - Dual Diagnoses: ID and Mental Health Disorders

Description
An overview of issues related to supporting people who experience both intellectual disability and mental health disorders including identification of the need for services, treatment options, and standards for service provision. The course provides information for program coordinators on assessment of mental health disorders, collaboration with community-based team members, pharmacological and behavior support, and cognitive behavioral therapies and approaches with individuals with intellectual disabilities. Class Notes: This is a completely online course that requires a significant time commitment. You will need excellent time management and self-motivation to meet deadlines. You are required to use your MSU email account, have access to your own personal computer, and regular access to the Internet. Some courses have additional requirements such as software, proctors, or live sessions. It is your responsibility to ensure that throughout the semester your computer meets the minimum technology requirements along with the additional course requirements which are available online at www.minotstateu.edu/online. This course will automatically be added to your Blackboard page on the first day of class. It will NOT be available before the first day of class.Distance education courses are not eligible for some Minot State tuition waivers.
Credits
2
Recent Professors
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Recent Semesters
Fall 2019, Fall 2017
Avg. Class Size
28
Avg. Sections
1