Ageism in Health Care and Social Services: 72 Is Not a Diagnosis

Central Region Educational Meeting

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This is an interactive exploration of the role age can play in diagnosis, treatment and services. We will examine how age can determine access and question if and when it is appropriate.

Speaker: Phyllis Greenberg, PhD, MPA, FAGH (she series), Associate Professor, Gerontology; St Cloud State University

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Free and open to social workers in the Central MN Region!

Central MN Region Educational Meetings

Every 1st Tuesday of the month from 5-6 p.m. via Zoom

FREE - 1 CEU

 

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Statewide Networking Event in Northeast MN (Duluth)

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Join your NASW-MN Geographic Representative and social workers from your region for casual conversation and networking. Dr. Karen Goodenough, Executive Director of NASW-MN and our geographic reps will also be presenting at each location.  Attend and you can also earn 1 CEU (free for attendees)!

Please register in advance so we can know to expect you. This event will take place in-person.

How to Work with Peer Specialists

Lunch N Learn Webinar

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Peer-provided services have become increasingly important to community-based mental health practice. Social workers encounter peer workers in a variety of settings and frequently serve as supervisors of peer specialists. This workshop will outline the roles and activities that peer specialists engage in and discuss ethical similarities and differences between peer specialists and social workers. We will offer helpful tips to enhance the ability to work collaboratively with peer specialists.

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