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Don't miss the opportunity to learn about the identification and treatment of child abuse and neglect from both regional and national experts. The Summit is designed to provide professionals from all disciplines with the knowledge, tools, and skills to identify and treat all types of child maltreatment, including physical abuse, sexual abuse, and neglect. Dates have not changed! Same great content with minor changes.

 Export to Your Calendar 8/24/2020 to 8/26/2020
When: August 24-26, 2020
8:00 am
Contact: Katherine Campos

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UPDATE:

We are going virtual!

Don't miss the opportunity to learn about the identification and treatment of child abuse and neglect from both regional and national experts.

 

The Summit is designed to provide professionals from all disciplines with the knowledge, tools, and skills to identify and treat all types of child maltreatment, including physical abuse, sexual abuse, and neglect.

Dates have not changed!

 Same great content with minor changes.See agenda for more information

We will still be offering continuing education credits.See website for approved credits

$75.00 fee for virtual/online access

For more information and to register: visitz.umn.edu/childabusesummit or Click Here!

 

 

Featured Guest Speaker:
Gaelin Elmore
Gaelinspeaks.com
"Embracing Adversity Within the System"

 

Gaelin Elmore spent 10 of his first 13 years of life in the Illinois foster care system. After being bounced from one foster home to the next, he was finally placed in a long term home. After years of mental, physical, and emotional abuse and neglect, Gaelin’s pending adoption was terminated and he was reunited with his father. Due to parental addiction, poverty, and violence,Gaelin was eventually placed in the custody of his High School coach.

Despite all of this,Gaelin graduated from high school early with honors in 2014 and received a full athletic scholarship to attend the University of Minnesota as a Gopher football player. After winning the National Wilma Rudolph award,Gaelin found the value in education and inspiring people through sharing his story. He started his Master’s degree at East Carolina University before leaving to play in the NFL. He has now returned to the Twin Cities to work with youth and inspire others through professional speaking.
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We offer a robust list of continuing education credits for members of our multidisciplinary team!

Register now:https://z.umn.edu/ChildAbuseSummit

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