There's No Place Like Home: Permanency for all Children Training

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Name: There's No Place Like Home: Permanency for all Children Training
Date: April 20, 2018
Time: 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM CDT
Event Description:
Unity Foundation and Family Advocates have joined to offer this unique training opportunity to equip professionals with tools to better serve our local at-risk youth. Presented by Sue Badeau, this presentation will focus on current research on the importance of permanency. Participants will learn information about why permanency is important to all youth, the impact of trauma on the brain, the importance of a case plan and more in this two session training. Pottawattomie Country Club Michigan City, IN $10 Per Session Morning Session: 8:30am—11:30am Permanency: Setting the Context - Why permanency is important for all youth - What are the barriers to achieving permanency - What is needed to break through the barriers Permanency: What’s Trauma Got to Do with it? - Impact of Trauma on the Brain Afternoon Session: 1:00pm—4:00pm Trauma-Responsive Permanency: What Tools are Needed - Definitions of Success - A “Family-Plus” approach - Importance of Case Plan Achieving Trauma-Responsive Permanency: What Tools are Needed (cont) - Unpacking the “NO” CERTIFICATE OF ATTENDANCE AVAILABLE UPON COMPLETION OF TRAINING. Sue Badeau is a nationally known speaker, writer and consultant. She has worked for many years in child welfare, juvenile justice, children’s mental health and education and Unity Foundation and Family Advocates have joined to offer this unique training opportunity to equip professionals with tools to better serve our local at-risk youth. Presented by Sue Badeau, this presentation will focus on current research on the importance of permanency. Participants will learn information about why permanency is important to all youth, the impact of trauma on the brain, the importance of a case plan and more in this two session training. $10 Per Session Morning Session: 8:30am—11:30am Permanency: Setting the Context - Why permanency is important for all youth - What are the barriers to achieving permanency - What is needed to break through the barriers Permanency: What’s Trauma Got to Do with it? - Impact of Trauma on the Brain Afternoon Session: 1:00pm—4:00pm Trauma-Responsive Permanency: What Tools are Needed - Definitions of Success - A “Family-Plus” approach - Importance of Case Plan Achieving Trauma-Responsive Permanency: What Tools are Needed (cont) - Unpacking the “NO” CERTIFICATE OF ATTENDANCE AVAILABLE UPON COMPLETION OF TRAINING. Sue Badeau is a nationally known speaker, writer and consultant. She has worked for many years in child welfare, juvenile justice, children’s mental health and education and serves on several national boards. Sue writes and speaks extensively on topics related permanency, trauma, children with special needs and family engagement. Sue and her husband, Hector, are the lifetime parents of twenty-two children, two by birth and twenty adopted.
Location:
Pottawattomie country Club 1900 Springland Ave. Michigan City, IN 46360
Date/Time Information:
Morning Session: 8:30am—11:30am Permanency: Setting the Context - Why permanency is important for all youth - What are the barriers to achieving permanency - What is needed to break through the barriers Permanency: What’s Trauma Got to Do with it? - Impact of Trauma on the Brain Afternoon Session: 1:00pm—4:00pm Trauma-Responsive Permanency: What Tools are Needed - Definitions of Success - A “Family-Plus” approach - Importance of Case Plan Achieving Trauma-Responsive Permanency: What Tools are Needed (cont) - Unpacking the “NO”
Contact Information:
Maggie Fritzen
Fees/Admission:
$10 Per Session
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