The Department of Human Services offers a wide variety of training for many different types of providers. Look for the training you need in the list to the right under the heading - "Related Topics".
Mandatory Protective Services Training for OLTL Service Coordinators and Providers
All Service Coordinators and Direct Service Providers are mandated protected services reporters under state law. If you suspect abuse, neglect, exploitation or abandonment, you are required to report it. The following trainings are required for all staff of OLTL Service Coordination Entities and Direct Service Providers, regardless of whether or not they have direct contact with participants.
APS – Adult Protective Services provides adults with disabilities between the ages 18 of 60 with protection from abuse, neglect and exploitation.
PowerPoint on APS Mandatory Reporting
For additional information, go to:
OAPSA – Older Adults Protective Services provides adults over age 60 with protection from abuse, neglect, exploitation and abandonment.
PowerPoint on OAPSA mandatory reporting.
If you suspect Abuse, Neglect or Exploitation, you are REQUIRED to report it by calling 1-800-490-8505
Critical Incident Training materials:
Critical Incident Management Webinar presentation (with narration)
Participant Directed Services and SC Responsibility materials:
Participant Review Tool materials:
Participant Review Tool Training (with narration)
Risk Mitigation materials:
Service Plan materials:
Employment Opportunities for OLTL Participants:
Senior Community Service Employment Program
The Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP) promotes part-time employment opportunities in community service activities for unemployed low-income persons (at or below 125% of current federal poverty level) who are age 55 and older. The SCSEP's goals are to foster individual economic self-sufficiency and promote useful opportunities in community service activities and to increase the number of persons who may enjoy the benefits of unsubsidized employment. Participants usually work an average of 20 hours a week for which they are paid the federal or state minimum wage, whichever is higher. The SCSEP is administered at the federal level by the United States Department of Labor's (USDOL) Employment and Training Administration. The USDOL currently provides SCSEP funds to the Pennsylvania Department of Aging (PDA) and seven national organizations that provide SCSEP services in the Commonwealth. The names of the seven national organizations that provide SCSEP services in the Commonwealth are: American Association of Retired Persons Foundation, National Council on Aging, National Urban League, National Association of Spanish Speaking Elderly, National Asian Pacific Center on Aging, The Workplace and Associates for Training and Development.
It should be noted that Experience Works, Senior Service America, Goodwill and National Caucus on Black Aged will no longer be providing SCSEP services in PA effective 2-1-17.
ACT 150 Program Training