APS TARC Webinar: Asking Inclusive Demographic Questions – How To Do It and Why It Matters

At the heart of APS practice is person-centered intake, investigation, and service planning. To develop an appropriate service plan, we must have a clear sense of who is sitting before us – their community and support networks; what their needs, preferences, and access points are; and any potential barriers to care and services. This data then feeds into case management systems and onto the broader field through systems such as the National Adult Maltreatment Reporting System (NAMRS) to help inform practice, research, funding, etc. This webinar unpacks what goes into asking inclusive demographic questions – tips and best practices, training resources, and peer support. (Webinar Date: June 7, 2022)

Presenters:
– Terri Clark, MPH, SAGECare Certified Trainer, SAGE
– Katherine Preston-Wager, BA, Curriculum Development Specialist, Adult Protective Services Workforce Innovations (APSWI)
– Emily Sulpizio, MSW, Training Program Coordinator, Adult Protective Services Workforce Innovations (APSWI)
– Elizabeth Petruy, MPA, Office of Elder Justice and APS, Administration for Community Living

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Originally published as APS TARC Webinar: Asking Inclusive Demographic Questions – How To Do It and Why It Matters at Administration for Community Living

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