Tips and insights in preparing and providing Supported Assessments for ACC Sensitive Claims.
A One-day Online Interactive Workshop with Diane Clare
DATE: Thursday, 25th June 2020
9.30am - 4.00pm
Spaces are limited - so book your place today
SOLD OUT - Friday, 3rd July 2020
1. What/why/who: What is an ACC Supported Assessment, why are they needed, and who delivers them?
2. ABCD: Preparing and things to check before you begin: Approvals, Booking in, Core information, Documents you will need.
3. The 4Rs in Mapping the journey - rapport, roles, risks, requirements.
4. The 3 Fs to the Finish line: Follow up session, formulation and feedback.
5. Handling hiccups e.g. delay of medical notes, remote working, accuracy checking.
6. Conclusions and issues arising.
This interactive webinar workshop is offered by Diane Clare who is an experienced clinical psychologist who has been an ACC provider since the 1990s and who has been providing Supported Assessments for the past few years since the start of the Sensitive Claims service. Diane will discuss what works and what can hinder you in your practice for delivering these assessments. She will also address your questions and comments.
We encourage participants to email their questions to us prior to the workshop, or via the chat at the meeting. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Who Should Attend:
This 5 hour workshop is suitable for ACC Approved assessors and those seeking approval from ACC to become assessors.
It is aimed at senior clinicians, but will also be relevant for anyone just starting to do supported assessments.
This workshop cannot guarantee ACC approval of you to become an assessor, but it does offer guidance in how to tackle the task once you are an approved assessor.
Diane Clare will facilitate this workshop using ZOOM. Participants will be able to do exercises in separate (virtual) break out rooms.
All you need is a computer with internet connection. You will be sent the details to access ZOOM, after you have registered.
PLEASE NOTE: your attendance for this training is not a guarantee of ACC approval for you to become an assessor nor is it part of ACC's in-house training as it is a clinician's take on the challenges in this task.