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Excited Delirium
Excited Delirium

Wed, Aug 04


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Excited Delirium

Join experts in Crisis Intervention! In this live webinar, geared toward first responders and direct care providers in health and social services, you'll learn about Excited Delirium, view and discuss real life scenarios, and learn techniques for intervention.

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Aug 04, 2021, 3:30 PM – 5:00 PM EDT

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About the Workshop

Excited delirium is the rapid onset of bizarre and often aggressive behavior, shouting, paranoia, panic, violence toward others, unexpected physical strength, hyperthermia, and often culminates in sudden death. Law Enforcement is inevitably requested along with emergency medical responders. Join this webinar to learn the causes, signs and symptoms. We'll review case studies and best practices when responding to and after these types of incidents.

As increased demand places larger strains on systems in general, the burden has increasingly shifted to those in front-line response. This is especially true when it comes to the care of those in mental health and substance use crisis. With diminishing resources across multiple sectors and a season marked with loss and uncertainty, it's no surprise there are greater numbers of crisis calls than ever before. Lieutenant Eliott Mahaffey, Co-Founder of CIT Connect and supervisor for the Hamilton County Sheriff's Office Fugitive Division, teaches active crisis de-escalation skills and verbal techniques, drawing on his 24-year experience as a Sheriff's Deputy and 12 years as a CIT Officer and Coordinator for the Hamilton County/City of Chattanooga Crisis Intervention Team.

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  • Certified CIT Officer

    This ticket is for any Certified CIT Officer or Certified CIT Responder

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  • All Other Non-CIT Attendees

    This ticket is for any individual or agency that wishes to join but is not Certified CIT. Proceeds of this ticket go to support the ongoing training in mental health/substance use crisis response of law enforcement officers, frontline providers, and first responders.

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