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Lakeland College Child and Youth Care practicum slides
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Lakeland College Child and Youth Care practicum slides

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Child and Youth Care tudents attending Lakeland College in Canada produce slides to showcase the values of their practicum experience.

Child and Youth Care tudents attending Lakeland College in Canada produce slides to showcase the values of their practicum experience.

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  • 1. Bea Fisher Practicum Experience The Bea Fisher Center Bea Fisher Vision: provides individual services for persons with developmental disabilities. It’s located in Lloydminster Is an leader in innovative service delivery for persons with developmental disabilities in obtaining a successful meaningful life. Learning Highlights: Information I applied from class: • • • I took two orientation workshops while on practicummed orientation and abuse protocol. I learned to come out of my comfort zone more which I pushed myself to do. I got to work with a resident on achieving his goal of setting up and implementing an art show. • • Key Component: When working with the residents, we work as a positive role model and mentor in there life and help them to the best of our abilities. • • I used a lot of critical thinking during practicum. I used a lot of ethic models during practicum when it came to problem solving. When communicating with residents, I applied a lot of the skills I learned in helping relationships when having to communicate with residents. I also applied what I learned in AAT in my practicum experience as well. Exciting moment on practicum- I got offered a casual position working at the Bea Fisher center.
  • 2.  Both of these agencies focused primarily on the positive growth and development of their clients.  I was able to see both sides of an agency because of the 2 different roles  Lakeland Wellness: I focused on the way that those working with youth use and obtain resources, and the administrative aspect of a non profit organization eg. doing research, writing articles  The Edge Youth Center: I focused on building relationships with clients, and organizing and running activities for youth ages 12-18. My Learning Highlight Seeing how building a trusting relationship with a youth can teach both of us so much! And, how awesome it is to see people happy! Course Connections I found many connections through my courses. I would say that Helping Relationships was the biggest thing I could connect with. Because of the techniques we learned to form trusting relationships
  • 3. • This position is available to assist students in a confidential manner with a wide range of emotional/behavioural challenges. • Provides direct interventions & also facilitates referrals to services that would benefit the student; i.e., Alberta Mental Health. • The FSL Worker is directly involved with students & their parents in the following areas: o Homework, motivation/focus, anxiety, bullying issues, body image, emotion recognition, family relationships, self-esteem, friendship skills, grief & loss.

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