Abuse of senior citizens is becoming more and more problematic as that demographic grows.
'Abuse in Later Life' is a course created by the National Clearinghouse on Abuse in Later Life (NCALL) to help educate providers on the definition of elder abuse and how to recognize, prevent and report it when it's encountered. While participating in this 8-hour course you will have the opportunity to meet and collaborate with other agency representatives, from law enforcement, APS and hospice to counseling, elder care givers and victim advocates.
CEUs and TCOLEs will be available. **No nursing CEU's are available at this time but we are working on providing those in the future. If you are interested in nursing CEU's on this topic please email email@example.com.
Corp.Timothy Herd, Texas City Police Department
Preston Haynes, Counselor/Therapist with Innovative Alternatives
Brian Henry, Managment Analysis, APS
Who should come?
Advocates, Caregivers, Medical Professionals, Criminal Justice & Law Enforcement Professionals, Faith-Based Ministry Volunteers & Leaders, Victim & Elder Service Providers, Bank Tellers, Grocery Clerks and End of Life Planners.
What’s it about?
Cross-training for Service Providers among a variety of disciplines for methods of collaboration, recognition, reporting and prosecuting ‘Abuse in Later Life’.
$75/person which includes materials and certificates.
Contact Danielle Cathey, IA Training Coordinator for more information or sign up today. 713-222-2525- firstname.lastname@example.org.