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Professional Online Training on Abuse and Disabilities!

Office of Victims of CrimeFunded in part by a Grant from the United States Department of Justice Office for Victims of Crime (Office of Justice Programs)

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Online faculty involvement through Workshops, Forums, E-lists, and Scheduled Chats provide participants with up to 200 hours of interaction with faculty.  Attitudes, Skills and Knowledge (ASK) are reinforced and supported as participants take their training into the field.  Participants have access to all course content through August 2005!

Topics:  Interviewing, Investigation, Prosecution, Intervention, Treatment, Research and Policy.

Scope:  All types of disabilities; all types of abuse across the lifespan.

FACULTY AND WORKSHOP TITLES

9/9

Nora J. Baladerian

What Attitudes, Skills And Knowledge Are The Keys To Making A Difference?

9/10

DJ Stemmler

Assistive Technology & Victims With Disabilities: What You Need To Know!

9/13

Patricia Sullivan

Research Update On Children & Adults With Disabilities

9/13

Jamie Rosenfeld Hoffman

A Physician's Perspective:  Responding To Abuse Of Children With Disabilities

9/14

Howard Davidson

National Policy Update; Children With Disabilities

9/15

Ollie Cantos

Basics On Abuse & Disability: The Law, Victim's Rights & Service Delivery

9/15

Tom Hanna

Communication Strategies for Community-Based Risk Reduction

9/16

Dick Sobsey

Multifactorial Model Of Violence Against People With Disabilities

9/16

Paul Feuerstein

Developing Accessible DV Shelters For Abuse Survivors With Disabilities

9/17

Candace Heisler

Domestic Violence in Later Life

9/20

Nancy O'Malley

Prosecuting Crimes Against People With Disabilities

9/20

Elizabeth Scheibel

Building Partnerships to Enhance Access to the Criminal Justice System for Crime Victims with Disabilities

9/22

Bill Benson

National Policy Update; Seniors & Adults With Disabilities

9/23

Bennett Blum

Undue Influence And The Exploitation Of People With Disabilities

9/23

Melissa Farley

Traumatic Brain Injury, Prostitution, And Sexual Abuse

9/24

Jerry Villanueva

Interviewing Skills To Use With Elders And Adults With Disabilities

9/24

Nora J. Baladerian

Strategies For Effective Interaction & Interviewing - Children

9/27

Shiela Mansell

Treatment Strategies For Abuse Victims With Disabilities

9/28

Francine Odette

Preventing Violence Against Women With Disabilities & Deaf Women

9/28

Mary Wambach

Deaf Women As Abuse Victims

9/29

Diane Faugno

Medical Forensic Examination Of Abuse Victims With Disabilities

9/29

Jim Stream, Tom Hanna, Nora Baladerian

Where Do We Go From Here?  ASK How to Make this Conference Work For You.

Exclusive information for you, available only through a private account. We encourage your colleagues to sign up for their own account! Extraordinary interactive learning opportunities!

  • check this out!Group rates multiply any community's power to protect victims with disabilities
  • Access 22 one-hour workshops online, with world-class faculty
  • Extensive online resources are provided for each workshop
  • All workshops are archived for later viewing by registrants.
  • All registrants have access to all materials.
  • Membership in private listservs and forums included!
  • Link up with an international network of professionals dedicated to protecting children and adults with disabilities who have been victims of crime

 

 


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