Trauma Informed Care - Lancaster County

  • 04 Dec 2017
  • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • St. Anne's Retirement Community - West Hempfield, PA
  • 14

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  • Those who want to receive CEU's in social work. Additional payment of $10 is incurred.

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Trauma Informed Care

Lancaster County

December 4, 2017



Objectives of the training are for participants to understand:

  • The meaning and definition of trauma, identify examples of trauma experiences or events, and gain understanding of prevalence of trauma
  • Symptoms of trauma, in general and also specific to the older adult population
  • The 4 R-s of a trauma informed approach and examples of their application
  • The 6 key principles of trauma informed care and examples of application

At the completion of their training, attendees will leave with a working knowledge of Trauma Informed Care and will be able to apply their new skills and knowledge immediately upon returning to the field. Participants will understand that the commitment of a trauma-informed system is to provide all services in a manner that is welcoming and appropriate to the needs of older adults who are experiencing or who have experienced trauma.


Location:
St. Anne's Retirement Community
3952 Columbia Avenue
West Hempfield, PA   17512

Time: 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Cost: $35
Cost: $45 for Social Work CEU's Only

CEU's for nursing and social work have been approved for this training. Participants must attend the entire session for credit. Partial credit can not be awarded. 

CEU's may incur extra fee.

Parking: Parking for participants is across the street at K-Mart. Shuttle will be running beginning at 8:30 a.m. continuously prior to and after the training. Participants can call 717-285-6199 if they need a shuttle if the shuttle isn’t there in due time. It is only a 2 minute drive across the street.

Registration Deadline:
Thursday, November 30, 2017

Facilitator: Erin Edwards
Erin Edwards is a Board Certified Behavior Analysts, with a Masters in Psychology. Erin currently works for Penn State College of Medicine/ Hershey Medical Center with the Division of Autism within the Department of Psychiatry. Erin has worked with children with autism and other mental health diagnoses across a variety of services, including specialized schooling, home and community BHRS services, intensive family based mental health services and currently outpatient services. Erin has also worked with adults, in community, home and work settings, with autism and co-morbid mood and mental health diagnoses. In supervisory positions, Erin has provided a large variety of trainings to direct care staff with a focus on practical interventions strategies and reducing frustration or fatigue in caregiver positions.

Inclement Weather Policy: In case of inclement weather, the Coalition will make a decision whether to delay or cancel a webinar or training by 7 am the morning of the event. If a delay or cancellation will occur, the Coalition home page (www.olderpa.org) will be updated to reflect this, and a message will be saved to 717-857-3163. Please always consider your safety first when deciding to attend a training. Thank you!

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