I&R Basics: Ethics, Values and Self-Care

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This course will help you understand how ethics play a part in the provision of I&R services in your organization and in your community. Along with exploring your own value system, this course discusses the nature and implications of stress, stress management and self-care, and setting healthy boundaries and expectations within I&R.

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3 Questions
Part 1: What the AIRS Standards say...
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Part 2: Ethics
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Part 2: Review Exercise
8 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  8/8 points to pass
8 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  8/8 points to pass
Part 3: Values, Self-Awareness and Self-Determination
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Open to download resource. As people experience life, they initially draw heavily from their immediate family environment. As they continue to grow and learn, more experiences are gathered. Out of these experiences emerge individual guidelines for behavior. These guidelines tend to give direction to life and are called “values”. Values also condition our expectations regarding the behavior of others. Perception can be defined as how we see the world and how we see other people, and also how others see us and one another.
Part 3: Review Exercise
2 Questions
Part 4: Wellness and Self-Care
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Open to download resource. I&R staff need to be capable of helping themselves and to shine the same insight and resourcefulness into their own situations as they do for clients. In essence, I&R staff have to be capable of engaging in self-assessment and self-referral – if not to a program, then at least to a course of active self-help.
Part 4: Review Exercise
5 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  10/10 points to pass
5 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  10/10 points to pass
Discussion
Make 1 discussion post to continue.
Make 1 discussion post to continue. Share your immediate reflections on what the AIRS Ethical Principles mean to you in your role.
Final Course Exam
12 Questions  |  5 attempts  |  9/12 points to pass
12 Questions  |  5 attempts  |  9/12 points to pass
Certificate of Completion
1.50 Hour(s) of Professional Development credits  |  Certificate available
1.50 Hour(s) of Professional Development credits  |  Certificate available
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