The 9th Annual CAPE Symposium Quinnipiac University (North Haven Campus) Presents: "First Responders: Detecting & Responding to Elder Abuse Workshop" on Thursday, April 20, 2017 from 8:30AM to 3PM*
LOCATION: Quinnipiac University (North Haven) l Auditorium MNH 101
First Responders: Detecting & Responding to Elder Abuse
The event, with guest speakers, audience discussion and lunch, runs from 8:30AM to 3PM*
*This program is pending approval for Continuing Education Credit Hours by the National Association of Social Workers.
* (LAW ENFORCEMENT) This program is approved for 3 Continuing Education Credit Hours by the State of Connecticut Police Officer Standards & Training Council
* (FIRE FIGHTERS) This program is pending approved for 4 Continuing Education Credit Hours by the State of Connecticut Department of Administrative Services, Office of Education & Data Management.
* (SOCIAL WORKERS) This program is pending approval for 4 Continuing Education Credit Hours by the National Association of Social Workers.
To register or for more information contact, Erin Burk-Leaver
email@example.com or (203) 364-8251
contact Marianne Arszyla at Jewish Senior Services®
at: (203) 396-1054 or email: MArszyla@jseniors.org
What is CAPE?
The Coalition for Abuse Prevention of the Elderly (CAPE) is a collaborative effort of citizens, agencies, organizations, and businesses in Fairfield County concerned about the safety of older adults. CAPE aims to prevent abuse and help victims through advocacy, awareness, professional training and support. Facilitated by staff of the Center for Elder Abuse Prevention of Jewish Senior Services and the Southwestern Connecticut Agency on Aging, CAPE was founded in 2008 with a grant from the National Center for the Prevention of Elder Abuse.
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