Specialized Family Care Program

SFC staff will be working remotely and available to SFC providers through their work cell phones. If you have an emergency or specific needs please contact your Family Based Care Specialist. The public may continue to make referrals or apply to be a home provider by utilizing this site. All staff contact information can be accessed by Contact Us.

Disability Etiquette

  • Category: Advocacy
  • Materials: "Disability Etiquette: Disability Etiquette Tips for Speaking Engagements," by Job Accommodation Network, Department of Labor and "Tips on Interacting With People With Disabilities," From United Spinal Association. 2015 www.unitedspinal.org Permission granted for reprinting and distribution 01-25-2012
  • Goal: Provider appropriately interacts with people with disabilities
  • Credit Hours: 2 hours
  • Date Developed: January 2012, Updated February 2017
  • Developed by: Debbie Wiley, SFC Program, Updated Carol Brewster, March 2017

Training Objectives:

  1. Specialized Family Care Provider understands proper etiquette for communicating with persons with disability
  2. Specialized Family Care Provider can cite ways to interact with and be sensitive to persons with disability

Training Procedures:

  • *Provider initiated self-study. Alternate formats of the study materials are available upon request. (View Course Materials)
  • Test completed by Provider (Take the Test Below)
  • Review of test responses by Family Based Care Specialist and Provider