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Caregiver or Perpetrator Neglect Instructor-Led Training

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In this engaging and highly interactive introductory training, participants learn the necessary and essential components for effective investigations of caregiver neglect. Trainees will understand common physical and behavioral indicators of caregiver neglect; learn factors that contribute to client risk of caregiver neglect; identify the barriers to determining whether caregiver neglect is intentional vs. unintentional; identify the domains of assessing allegations of neglect; demonstrate best practices in interviewing perpetrators; and identify key principles of service planning. Please note: This curriculum was revised in June 2015.

Course Materials
© 2010. Adult Protective Services Training Project, Bay Area Academy, San Francisco State University School of Social Work. Please acknowledge this copyright in all non-commercial uses and attribute credit to the developer and those organizations that sponsored the development of these materials. No commercial reproduction allowed.

Revised 2015. Central California Adult Services Training Academy, California State University Fresno, Social Welfare Evaluation, Research, and Training Center with funds from the APS Training Contract, California Department of Social Services (CDSS).

PowerPoint
Trainer’s Manual
Participant’s Manual
CE Document
Evaluation Manual
Executive Summary
TOL Supervisor Workbook

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