Overview of Responding to Abuse and Neglect
Responding to abuse and neglect effectively requires a clear understanding of the types of maltreatments
and why they may occur. Training participants will receive information on the following topics: overview of
types and signs of maltreatment, parenting attachment styles and how parents are affected by their own
trauma from childhood, and strategies to support parents who may be experiencing risk factors for abuse and
neglect. Please join us over the course of two days for five hours of training credit. Download the flyer.
This training is ideal for case managers, social workers, early childcare providers, teachers, parents, foster
parents and anyone else interested in understanding all types of maltreatment and how to prevent them.
Deadline to register is January 20.