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CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT DISABILITY OUTREACH PROJECT
PREVENTING ABUSE OF CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES
We Can Do It!
A PROJECT OF ARC RIVERSIDE
FUNDED IN PART by the Office for Victims of Crime, Office of Justice Programs, with the U.S. Department of Justice
Riverside Conference on Abuse and Disability
This is the 10th National and 3rd International Conference on the
March 14-16, 2005, Riverside Convention Center, Riverside California
On behalf of the Conference Committee, I want to welcome you to the wonderful 10th! This is a great milestone in the history of protection of child and adult victims of abuse who have disabilities. Take a look at our Star Presenters so far.We want to make this both a powerful celebration and a great learning and networking opportunity for newcomers and veterans alike! And this year, to celebrate our 10th, we are working on many special activities.
Review our preliminary program, with a list of all presenters, and descriptions of their presentations!
The conference's priority is on improved outcomes for victims and improved risk reduction under our theme: "Building Stronger Networks." I look forward to seeing you in Riverside, March 14-16, 2005! - Nora Baladerian, Ph.D., Conference Coordinator
Continuing Education: This program is co-sponsored by Arc Riverside of California and the Family Violence & Sexual Assault Institute (FVSAI) of San Diego, CA. FVSAI offers continuing education credits for this program in the categories described in this paragraph. FVSAI maintains responsibility for the continuing education program. FVSAI is an approved CE provider by American Psychological Association (for Psychologists); California Board of Behavioral Sciences (for Social Workers & Marriage & Family Therapists); National Board of Certified Counselors (for Certified Counselors); California Board of Registered Nurses (for Registered Nurses); California Association of Alcoholism & Drug Abuse Counselors (for Substance Abuse Counselors); and the State Bar of California (for Attorneys). Most states accept continuing education credits from the above noted accrediting agencies.