T2.C2 Fundamentals of Documentation and Reporting

Fundamentals of Documentation and Reporting (Core)
“If it isn’t written down, it didn’t happen.” This sentence is uttered repeatedly in the human services field. This one-day course will explore ACCES-VR documentation and reportingrequirements and best practices, and why sound documentation and reporting habits are an essential skill for the supported employment professional.
Individuals participating in this course will learn:
  1. ACCES-VR expectations and documentation standards.
  2. To interpret the ACCES-VR Supported Employment Guidelines.
  3. The correlation between effective documentation and quality service delivery.
  4. Observation and interpretation skills.
  5. The philosophy and rationale for maintaining accurate and timely case files.
  6. The required elements for effective record keeping.
  7. The critical link between documentation and billing.
Individuals will feel:
  1. Informed of ACCES-VR documentation and reporting expectations.
  2. Comfortable with the ACCES-VR Supported Employment Guidelines.
  3. A sense of stewardship to the financial resources available.
  4. Prepared for an ACCES-VR program review.
  5. Ready to implement a variety of tips, tools and strategies in practice.
  6. Knowledgeable of the connection between quality documentation standards and proper billing procedures.
Individuals will be able to:
  1. Maintain up-to-date ACCES-VR case files with all required elements.
  2. Meet ACCES-VR billing requirements through accurate and timely case documentation.
  3. Locate pertinent information within the ACCES-VR Supported Employment Guidelines.
  4. Provide verbal interpretation of written documentation.
  5. Interpret written and anecdotal satisfaction feedback and create written goals and objectives.



October 27, 2017
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM


Johnson City, NY