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  • Preventing and Responding to Threats of Suicide and Self-Harm

  • Educators have a responsibility to ensure that students are safe while at school or engaged in school-based activities. Therefore, it is essential that school staff have the skills needed to effectively prevent and respond to threats of self-harm or suici
  • Sacramento Area
  • Mental Health
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  • Start Time:
  • 8:30:00 AM
  • End Time:
  • 3:30:00 PM
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  • 2019.02.07

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  • Outcome 4:
  • Utilize the EDCOE SELPA/Charter SELPA Suicide and Self-Harm Handbook to develop school-wide preventative techniques to support the social-emotional needs of all students
  • Review the contents of the Suicide Prevention Policy (AB 2246) and subsequent responsibilities of schools who serve students grades 7 to 12
  • Build a site-based plan for threat response
  • Assist staff in recognizing signs of a student in crisis
  • Target
    Audience:
  • Special Education Administrators,School Counselors,General Education Administrators,School Psychologists,Case Managers
  • Indicator 01: Graduation 4 Year Rate
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Preventing and Responding to Threats of Suicide and Self-Harm

2019.02.07

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Educators have a responsibility to ensure that students are safe while at school or engaged in school-based activities. Therefore, it is essential that school staff have the skills needed to effectively prevent and respond to threats of self-harm or suici