Assessment of Inappropriate Sexual Behaviors in the Intellectually Disabled (ID) Population – Jan08
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Date and Location Friday, January 8, 2016 Courtyard by Marriott – Columbia 330 Lemone Industrial Drive Columbia, Missouri 65201 (573) 443-8000 This session will outline various risk assessment tools that are being used to assess sexual re-offense risk with persons with developmental disabilities. Attention will be given to strengths and weaknesses of the tools. Discussion on what is the difference between deviant and sexually inappropriate behavior (Counterfeit Deviance). Best practice risk management strategies will be outlined with particular attention to consumers in residential placements. Included will be discussion as to the affects of containment as a risk management strategy. Will be discussed the common over-looked risk management strategies and common risk mistakes made by providers. Objectives:
- Attendees will increase knowledge of what risk management tools are commonly used.
- Attendees will gain understanding of the difference between sexually inappropriate behavior and behavior identified as sexually deviant.
- Attendees will gain understanding of the advantages and disadvantages of various risk management tools.
- Attendees will increase knowledge of what risk strategies might be used to manage risk in the community.
- Attendees will become familiar with common mistakes made in evaluating risk for sexual offenders with developmental disabilities.
- Tools to assess sexual deviance in the ID population
- Differentiating inappropriate manifestation of sexual urges from sexual deviance
- Best practices to manage inappropriate sexual behaviors in the ID population
- Risk management strategies in residential placements
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