- Support Services of Virginia takes great pride in ensuring all of our professionals are well-versed in the latest industry practices. In addition to our commitment to the highest level of compliance with regulatory agencies including licensing, we believe that a better-trained workforce provides higher-quality care and experience greater customer and employee satisfaction.
- ALL CLASSES are held from 9:00 am – 4:00 pm at 420 Investors place, Suite 103, Virginia Beach, VA 23462
If you are interested in taking a class, please contact Michelle Seekins at firstname.lastname@example.org.
person centered thinking training
Class duration: 12 hours, over 2 days.
Administer CPR and first aid
Handle emergency situations
Take basic precautions to prevent disease transmission
Care for injuries or sudden illness until advanced medical help arrives.
Help someone in breathing and cardiac emergencies
Administer chest compressions
Use an Automated External Defibrillator (AED)
Care for life-threatening bleeding, sudden illness, shock, injury and seizure disorders
Re-certification is required every 2 years.
positive practices training
Medication management Training
This is a 32-hour course and attendance to all classes is required for certification.
Cost: $150, non-refundable
One page profile training
First introduced in Michael Smull’s Person Centered Thinking Training, the One-Page Profile is a creative tool used to provide a positive introduction, along with describing what is important to and how best to support the focus person. Participants will leave with a greater understanding of how to gather the information needed for the One-Page Profile, along with samples of profiles and their own created profile. This is a 4 hour class.
Community Connections Training
Exploring what is meant by being connected to one’s community.
Discovering positive and welcoming opportunities in the community.Understanding the difference between attending an event and being a part of group.
How to move from simply being present to being a full participant in the community.
Methods for identifying how best to support a person in activities that match their personal interests.