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Domestic Violence and Elder Abuse Training - Kentucky Requirement
Presented by Katrinna M. Matthews, DSW, MEd, LAPSW, Kim Anderson, PhD, MSSW, LCSW, Sybil Cummin, MA, LPC, ACS
Course: #1358Level: Intermediate3.5 Hours
This three-part course is designed to provide training on intimate partner violence (IPV) and elder abuse. This course explores the causes, prevalence, and impact of IPV and elder abuse on victims as well as children and extended family. In addition, this training discusses how to address IPV and elder abuse, understanding lethality and risk, legal means of protection, mandated reporting, intervention, and resources.

Understanding Intimate Partner Violence: What it is, how to assess for it, and how to intervene
Presented by Kim Anderson, PhD, MSSW, LCSW, Katrinna M. Matthews, DSW, MEd, LAPSW
Course: #1808Level: Intermediate2.5 Hours
This two part course is designed to provide an overview of intimate partner violence (IPV), its causes, the prevalence, and its impact on victims as well as children. In addition, this course explores elder abuse and discusses social work assessment for IPV and elder abuse and intervention strategies.

Intimate Partner Violence: The Basics
Presented by Katrinna M. Matthews, DSW, MEd, LAPSW
Course: #1001Level: Introductory1.5 Hours
This course defines Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) and reviews how IPV manifests in relationships and how social workers should assess for IPV and intervene with both victims and perpetrators. This course also addresses elder abuse and assessing and intervening with elder abuse.

Elder Abuse and Child Abuse: Know the Signs and Your Role
Presented by Kathleen Weissberg, OTD, OTR/L
Course: #1221Level: Intermediate1 Hour
Elder abuse and neglect and child abuse and neglect are harsh realities. This course will identify the physical, clinical, and behavioral indicators of physical, emotional, and sexual abuse needed to identify and report to appropriate agencies. Participants will gain an improved awareness of warning signs of abuse, the clinician's role in reporting abuse, and the steps for reporting abuse and getting proper assistance.

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