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NCADV Webinars

NCADV's monthly advocacy webinars explore emerging issues, insights, best practices, and research from leaders in the domestic violence field. Each webinar offers an opportunity to improve your professional skillset and knowledge base with detailed, hands-on video training, engagingly delivered to you without having to leave your desk.

NCADV's webinars are free for NCADV Members and $75 each for Non-Members, unless stated otherwise. All webinar times are listed as Eastern Standard Time. Registration will close one business day prior to the scheduled webinar. A recording of the webinar will be sent out via a follow-up email to all paid and member registrants 1-2 business days after the webinar with a link to the recording, as well as slides and handouts. We do not permit registration for past webinars. For more information, check out the FAQ link below.

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Building Advocacy Relationships with Reluctant and Resistive Caregivers 

Thursday, October 1st
1:00pm-2:30pm EDT

Presented by Kylee Pass and Niki Whittet of the First Witness Child Advocacy Center in Duluth, MN

This webinar will guide advocates to dive deeper into the relationships they have with social services and law enforcement alongside the families they serve in advocacy roles. We will discuss the implications and intersectionality of the notorious systems labeled 'non-compliant' caregivers throughout case and/or a child maltreatment investigation. The First Witness Advocacy Perspective will ground the work of the presenters which will facilitate a discussion among attendees designed to help shed light on the lived experiences of the families and how that family may present to the multi-disciplinary teams working from a systems perspective. The webinar will share our advocacy perspective rooted in the work of Ellen Pence and the Advocacy Learning Center, bridging the grassroots work of domestic violence to the child advocacy center field. Presenters will discuss how Child Advocacy Center advocates can better advocate for "reluctant" or "resistive" families with the multi-disciplinary team.

Learning Objectives:
-Participants will understand how to build more strategic systemic relationships
-Participants will better understand how to work with families through their lived experiences
-Participants will develop an understanding of why a family may be considered "reluctant" or "resistive" when working with systems like social services and law enforcement

Registration Link for Members is in the NCADV Member Portal

Non-members of NCADV can purchase access to this webinar below:

 

HOW TO REGISTER:

Members - Log in to the NCADV Member Portal to register

Non-Members - Complete the registration form on this page

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If you have any questions, please contact webinars@ncadv.org

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