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Trauma-Informed Care Implementation Workshop
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Trauma-Informed Care Implementation Workshop

An interactive morning workshop that will help you plan for the implementation for trauma-informed care within your community. This program also includes optional attendance at our trauma-informed care learning community kick-off meeting following lunch.

7/11/2019
When: Tuesday, July 11, 2019
9:00 AM - 3:30 PM
Where: Augsburg Lutheran Home & VIllage
6881 Campfield Road
Gwynn Oak, Maryland  21207
United States
Contact: Allison Ciborowski
240-750-9925


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CMS has mandated that all nursing homes must implement trauma-informed care by November 2019. This is a great opportunity to go on the journey with others. Send two people (or more) from your organization to the July 11 session. The morning will focus on the process of implementing trauma-informed care and the afternoon will launch a learning community that will begin a step-by-step implementation process from now until November. No need to do this alone – join us on the journey!

 

This first meeting is in person and the other meetings will be virtual. Copies of materials and the guidebook will be provided – and so will lunch! Faculty will include Jill Schumann and Lisa Schiller, LCSW, Executive Director of MHY Family Services, an organization committed to trauma-informed care and many years into its practice. 

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