ACA On-line learning library.
ACA On-line learning library.
The Family Support Center of NJ training department conducts interactive sessions intended to assist families of children with developmental disabilities targeting different age ranges in order to address unique needs. For professionals, trainings are provided across various disability specific areas of interest, including; education, employment and other professional development areas. Within each of the training sessions, attendees are exposed to appropriate advocacy strategies and are encouraged to develop a person centered approach towards planning and services.
POAC offers a multitude of training opportunities throughout the state of New Jersey. Our workshops are available in full day sessions, half day sessions, evening sessions, and can be packaged as a full series. They are run in locations throughout the state during the week and on weekends in an effort to meet the varied scheduling requirements of anyone involved with teaching and caring for those with autism. All workshops have applications for a variety of developmental disabilities across varied environments.
The CSOC TTA Course Catalog is updated annually. We add several new trainings throughout the year and some trainings may not appear in the catalog until it is updated for the following year.
Drexel University’s Master’s and Graduate Certificate programs in Applied Behavior Analysis prepare you to better meet the needs of the growing population of persons with Autism Spectrum Disorders.
These evidence-based programs are designed for working professionals, including special education teachers, school psychologists, and social workers.
The workshops are free to attend, but registration is required.
SOAR Online is designed to educate health care providers, social workers, public health professionals, and behavioral health professionals on how to identify, treat, and respond appropriately to individuals who are at risk or who have been trafficked.
A multi-source collection of readings, tools, videos, and webinars to help you understand and implement Zero Suicide.
The Office of Continuing Studies at Stockton University is dedicated to enriching the lives of lifelong learners through courses, webinars, workshops and other innovative learning solutions focusing on personal enrichment, professional development and workforce training.
The TA Network operates multiple Learning Communities (LC’s) that are available to any and all participants on various topics.
Professional Education Program Continuing Education for Social Workers
A FREE learning opportunity for school personnel to address the vaping epidemic in NJ.
At this NJ Spotlight event we will explore the topic of adverse childhood experiences, or ACEs, in a roundtable format with a panel of experts representing the public sector, healthcare providers, and funders seeking better outcomes, among others.
With the recent passage of the Family First Services and Prevention Act, which allow states to spend foster care dollars on prevention services to keep families out of the foster care system, Family Treatment Courts (FTCS) across this nation have the opportunity to align itself with state and local efforts to keep families together.
Distinguish single event & complex trauma and how symptoms and behaviors become functional and Discuss 7 Core Concepts of Regulation and the impact that disorganized attachment has in nurturing relationships and care giving systems.
The purpose of this conference is to support and enhance communication among the mental health, substance use and developmental disabilities community, to encourage the advancement of best practices and service delivery and to promote a shared commitment to individuals with psychiatric and substance use issues and developmental disabilities.
This event will feature presentations on Mental Health First Aid, the increase in suicide among youth, how young people are struggling and working to improve their mental health and Attitudes In Reverse’s therapy dog program.
This lecture will discuss the importance of moral courage in social work, especially as it pertains to First Nations children in the Canadian child welfare system.
NADD is proud to offer 8 informative webinars focused on Trauma in individuals with Intellectual Disabilities.
“Gambling – It’s Not Child's Play”
This session will present an overview of START (Systemic, Therapeutic, Assessment, Resources, and Treatment), a tertiary care research-based model of services and supports to address the needs of individuals with IDD and mental needs and their families.
This session explores employment as a vehicle for community inclusion; a comprehensive model of employment informed by individuals with IDD, families, and professionals...
With 81 workshop options, 100+ exhibitors, and opportunities for networking and support, you can truly create the conference experience that YOU need.
This workshop provides practice pragmatics in providing a foundational understanding of trauma sensitive treatment.
The overview of the technological, economic, and political- social context of the 21st century ‘s impact in exacerbating the clinical presentation that clinicians are encountering in the clinical hour.
This course will address the lack of provider education about the diverse needs of the Trans, Queer, LGBTQ+ community within the social work field.
In addition to her Juris Doctorate, Staci Greenwald holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Speech and Hearing Sciences and is a Certified Teacher of the Handicapped. Ms. Greenwald is eminently qualified to advocate on behalf of her clients in forums ranging from the Office of Administrative Law to the federal courts.