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Crusher Livingston with a senior and disability services and I wanted to welcome you to our webinar on demand about critical incident reporting critical incident reporting training is required prior to initial certification for new agencies and for new staff that come on board conditions of participation are pieces of regulation that require agencies to train their staff in critical incident reporting agencies also need to have policy and procedure on critical incident reporting for that agency that is what the program administer a minister will take care of new staff are expected to be trained by agency trainers who have already completed the training whoever it is that you designate as a program administrator they can also be a trainer you can train staff internally you don't have to send them to this webinar because this webinar is just for you and for you your renewal you can you must retrain your staff in critical incident reporting every two years we do offer materials for you to use within your agency they're optional templates that you can use and materials for critical incident reporting training at your agency so email us if you need that we're happy to help with that too let's talk about critical incident reporting really critical incident reporting is a method of communication good communication can always help us as a team find our way through the forest that giving care can sometimes be it is a great communication tool between providers and senior and Disability Services it helps senior disability services get the same kind of information for evaluating certain events as everything that our programs cover comes from partial federal funding it is also the practice of reporting in all states can be monitored by federal oversight called Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services otherwise known as CMS SDS like all states does prreporting to the federal oversight entity all providers of Medicaid funded services are also mandatory reporters of critical incidents and mandatory reporters of harm to Vong bull adults and of course child abuse the central reporting link that we'll look at is this is where you would use the same form to report harm to adults as critical incident reporting you would actually report child abuse directly to office of Children Services a separate entity and just remember that critical incident reporting is not for emergency help if you have somebody who is intimate imminent danger of harm to life and limb or property please just call 911 or your local emergency services get things get help to that person and then do your reporting that you need to do so who do we complete a critical incident report for this is done for anybody who we serve whose services are paid for by senior and disabilities services programs such as home and community-based waiver services personal care services grant funded services general relief services and residential supported living for because we need to be able to comply