What is The Southeast Wisconsin Training Initiative?
The Southeast Wisconsin Training Initiative is an all-volunteer organization dedicated to providing affordable training and informational seminars to caregivers and professionals on issues that affect persons with disabilities.
SEWTI is a non-profit group that has been making a positive impact in the area since the late 1980’s. SEWTI is a valued and needed resource to provide the most updated & cutting edge training at a reasonable price.
Some of the events SEWTI has hosted include:
The Health of the Helper- Awakening Resilience in Ourselves and Our Clients- Joe Bailey http://www.joebaileyandassociates.com/
Ethics and End of Life (VTAS) Symposium- Toni Kesler RN, MSN, FNP, ACHPN and Bonnie Helfgott Krisztal- https://www.linkedin.com/in/bonnie-helfgott-krisztal-a7796565/
Integrative Psychiatry: Collaborative Care to Mental Health- Aruna Tummala, MD https://trinergyhealth.com/aruna-tummala/
Positive Behavior Supports / Case Studies
Aging and the Adult with Down Syndrome: Planning for the Future- David S. Smith, MD and Terri Couwenhoven, MS https://chw.org/medical-care/down-syndrome-clinic/our-specialists
Optimal Function: Using Sensory to Understand and Support the Individual- Claudia Meyer, OT
Autism Resource Fair- Dr. Glenis Benson http://www.asd-doc.com/
Collaborative Problem Solving: A Relationship Based Model for Challenging Behavior- Jeffrey D. Krukar https://www.linkedin.com/in/jeffrey-d-krukar-ph-d-3099385b/
As You Eat, So You Are: Foods that Heal, Foods that Harm
Navigating Through Change: Obstacles to Opportunity
Crisis Resource Fair
Dementia in People with Intellectual Disabilities
Working with Challenging Behaviors
Positive Approaches to Behavior
HIPPA & Technology
Traumatic Brain Injury
If you are interested in these types of trainings you can add your name and email address to our list or sign up for future events!