Hot Topics in Behavior: RENEW

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RENEW (Rehabilitation for Empowerment, Natural Supports, Education, and Work) is a tertiary level intervention within the PBIS framework and an evidence-based practice. Developed in 1996 for students with serious emotional disorders, RENEW is a structured school-to-career transition planning and individualized wraparound process. RENEW focuses on developing a positive social support within family and community settings and a youth’s self-determination skills. It is a student-driven process using person-centered planning. The goals of RENEW include high school completion, employment, post secondary education/training, and community inclusion.

Session participants will learn from the experiences of a school as they review the yearlong process of development and focus on successes or challenges with regard to implementation and monitoring the process across time. They will also share examples of student outcomes. Supporting this effort a school from the year 2 cohort will specifically review the startup process and why they wanted to or agreed to participate. The team will summarize their goal with RENEW, how it naturally fits within the PBIS framework, and what have they done to this point?

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Behavior Hot Topic


Title of Training: Hot Topics in Behavior: RENEW
Presenter: PaTTAN Educational Consultant
Training Date: 12/10/2013

Topic: Behavior, Secondary Transition


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