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 Export to Your Calendar 4/26/2019
When: Friday, April 26
1-3 p.m.
Where: ADAMHS Board of Cuyahoga County, Ohio Room
2012 W 25th St
Cleveland, Ohio  44113
United States
Presenter: Aviva Vincent, MSW
Contact: Dorothy Martindale
614-461-4484


Online registration is available until: 4/26/2019
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2 CEUs for social workers

Cost: free for members and non-members

About the Workshop: This two-hour conversation serves as a primer in veterinary social work - social work at the intersection of the human and animal relationship. Content will include the various roles animals play in our lives for comfort, emotional support, and service. Terminology used to explain the various roles will be unpacked, including the state and national policies and laws that apply to the various roles. Specifically, emotional support animals will be discussed collaboratively, along with conversation about guidelines for social workers' role(s) for advocacy, letter writing, and supporting clients. Finally, local initiatives in our state to support human-animal bond, such as emergency foster care, homelessness and co-sheltering, and veterinary social work at the veterinarian will be shared including ways to continue learning and get involved.

 

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