Webinar for social workers on parents with disabilities

The National Research Center for Parents with Disabilities is excited to announce a free webinar for social workers, which is being held on September 27th at 2p EST. This webinar will provide information about how to best work with parents with intellectual disabilities and their families, including the definition of intellectual disabilities, background information on parents with disabilities, the application of disability law in the child welfare system, strategies for supporting families, and how to conduct accessible and appropriate parenting assessments. Continuing education credits will be provided by NASW. 

Learn about how to best work with parents with intellectual disabilities and their families, including the definition of intellectual disabilities, background information on parents with disabilities, the application of disability law in the child welfare system, strategies for supporting families, and how to conduct accessible and appropriate parenting assessments.

 

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This program is approved by the National Association of Social Workers
(approval # 886742820-6926) for 1 continuing education contact hours

For more information, contact Kerry Patenaude
National Research Center for Parents with Disabilities, The Lurie Institute for Disability Policy 781.726.8415
 

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