Jefferson Davis Community College will take part in the National Day of Action which will include Proclamation signing by Dr. William Blow, President in the Student Center on the Brewton Campus. Then a program will be presented by the college's Campus Safety Committee. A guest speaker from the Light House Resource Center will be on hand for the event. Students, faculty, staff and administrators will have the opportunity to sign the "it's on us" pledge in support of Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Other activities for the day include showing of PSA's, campus-wide involvement on #SAAM as well as painting the campus Teal. Persons interested in having their nails painted as part of this event may visit one of the nail polishing stations. A similar activity will take place on the Atmore Campus at 2:00 p.m.
The National Symposium on Child Abuse is an informative and innovative multidisciplinary conference which offers more than 130 workshops presented by nationally-recognized experts from all facets of the child maltreatment field. Professionals receive practical instruction, the latest research and information, and the opportunity to develop and enhance their skills and knowledge. This is one of the few conferences that addresses all aspects of child maltreatment, including but not limited to physical abuse, sexual abuse, neglect, exposure to violence, poly-victimization, exploitation, intervention, and prevention. The National Symposium on Child Abuse is a premiere conference that provides expert training and numerous networking opportunities to professionals in the child maltreatment field. View full details.
The NCAC is offering training for graduate level mental health clinicians who are interested in conducting extended forensic evaluations of children when sexual abuse is suspected. This training is appropriate for both clinicians with some experience and those just beginning this type of work.
Forensic Evaluation - April 28-30,2008
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The 25th National Symposium on Child Abuse will offer more than 130 workshops presented by nationally renowned experts. Workshop tracks are specifically designed for law enforcement officers, child protective services workers, program administrators, prosecuting attorneys, medical personnel, mental health and treatment providers, victim advocates and others working in the child maltreatment arena.
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