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The 2010 NASW Ohio Chapter Annual Conference

A Focus on Values, Ethics, & Principles

 October 28-29, 2010

Hyatt Regency Hotel
Columbus, OH 

- 30 Workshops to Choose From!

 -Introducing the newly developed Supervision Certificate Program!

 - Opportunity to Exhibit Social Work Scholarship - Student and Faculty Research Symposium!

 -Network with 200+ Social Workers and representatives from 30+ Human Service Organizations! 


2010 NASW Ohio Chapter Annual Conference
Special Features:

Morning Exchange
Thursday, October 28, 8:30am to 9:45am
Friday, October 29, 7:00am to 8:15am

Enjoy complimentary continental breakfast in the McKinley-Hayes Foyer. Seize the opportunity to network with fellow social workers, receive information and resource materials from exhibitors, and shop for social work merchandise.

Meet Up for Private Practitioners
Feeling isolated? We have planned a Meet Up on Thursday during lunch for Private Practitioners to gather information, share ideas, and exchange business cards. At the Meet Up there will be copies of law notes available, information about insurance, and you will have the opportunity to dialogue with a local attorney who specializes in serving behavioral health care providers as well as billing specialists. This will be an informal time to gather those nuggets that you can take back to your practice.

Meetup for Social Work Educators and Practitioners: Collaborating for Research and Publication
Can writing (getting published) be fun?

Come and join Dr. Shirley M. Keller, LISW-S, ACSW, Department of Social Work, Youngstown State University and Dr. Lonnie R. Helton, LISW-S, ACSW, Cleveland State University School of Social Work, as they share their stories about their journey toward getting published. They will engage you in a light-hearted discussion about the challenges and joys of their experiences as co-authors.

Dr. Keller and Dr. Helton will motivate you to pick up your pen and write about what you know and would love to share with others about your practice or research. They enjoy writing about social work practice and their shared Appalachian cultural heritage.

Come to this Meet-Up session to discover that YES writing can be fun and rewarding! Writing examples and resources for publication will also be provided. 

Awards Banquet

Thursday, October 28, 6:00pm in Hayes

Honor and celebrate the distinguished accomplishments of Social Workers! Awards for Social Worker of the Year, Lifetime Achievement, Outstanding Service, Public Elected Official of the Year, MSW Student and BSW Student of the Year will be presented to honor those among us who truly exemplify the profession.

Evening of Entertainment
Thursday, October 28

Earn an extra CEU while you experience the arts! Choose to attend Kyle Boganwright’s artwork exhibit at Fresh Air Gallery down the street from the Hyatt Regency Columbus, or the film screening of Moving Our World Forward: A Documentary about the Power of Social Work in Taft A.

Keynote Address
Friday, October 29, 8:30am to 10:00am
Hyatt Regency Ballroom, 3rd Floor

You can anticipate an inspiring start to Day Two of Conference with State Senator Capri Cafaro’s Keynote Address, “Social Workers as Advocates: Changing Our Communities for the Better.” Ms. Cafaro has served for over three years in the Ohio Senate, and is currently pursuing her MSW at The Ohio State University. Her practice areas of interest include helping seniors navigate the social service and health care systems. More Information on the Keynote Address


 Supervision Certificate Program
Thursday, October 28 & Friday, October 29 (see agenda for times and location)

Are you interested in earning your Supervision Designation? Then join Richard Boettcher, PhD, LISW-S and Linda S. Helm, MSW, LISW-S, ACSW for workshops to receive a total of nine (9) CEUs. You will participate in workshops on The Fundamentals of Supervision, The Role and Functions of a Social Work Supervisor, and Styles of Supervision & Leadership.


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