February 23, 2022
2021-22 Wise Webinar Series:
SMART Case Notes Part 2: the World of Words
Take the complexity out of writing case notes by creating SMART case notes that work for you, your colleagues and funders regardless of the support needs of the people you support. Learn how to create case notes that clearly demonstrate progress toward the person’s goals and milestones. A focus will be on applying strategies with people with higher acuity/support needs.
- Identify how to use SMART Goals and Milestones to create action steps
- Discover how to create SMART case notes that reflect billable activity
- Write SMART case notes that tie back to SMART Goals and Milestones
- Apply case note strategies to people with higher acuity/support needs
Josie Sparks brings many years of experience leading teams utilizing her interdisciplinary background in Community Inclusion and Individualized Employment. It is her belief that community-based participation honors the experiences that each individual brings to the table, demanding inclusion from the ground up, and in the process, captures community values and encourages dialogue with social justice at heart. This keeps her motivated to deliver quality care and superior client outcomes to experience their full potential.
Josie is passionate about leading teams with the idea that opportunities for employment changes lives and creates a positive impact on the social-emotional health of an individual and the communities they live in. She is also passionate in delivering the message that every person is a contributing factor towards their community. In 2017, Josie Sparks had the pleasure of presenting and facilitating an engaging discussion on Community Inclusion and the Pathway to Employment at the TASH Conference in Atlanta, Georgia.
In her personal time, Josie dedicates her time to family and competitive Hawaiian Outrigger Canoe Paddling, representing the Pacific NW throughout the United States.
Robyn joined Wise in 2015 with over 25 years of comprehensive field experience serving children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities in a myriad of roles. BA degrees in Psychology and Sociology/Social Work and a Master’s degree in Business Administration seem like an odd combination, but not for Robyn; she loves to both explore the “big picture” of any situation and to figure out how to make the “details” really work. She found a perfect fit with Wise, where she can focus on change management, capacity building, consulting, training, and empowering people. She loves to apply international perspectives and Lean Management techniques to organizational and employment program practices, focusing on value-added and person-centered activities while requirements are met in a more manageable way. Robyn lives near Portland and loves to enjoy natural beauty with her family, whether it be camping, fishing, traveling, or her personal favorite, visiting a beautiful beach!