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Live Webinar: Mandated Reporting for Chiropractors
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10/25/2019
When: Friday, October 25, 2019
12pm CT
Where: Online
United States


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DESCRIPTION:

Everyone who suspects child abuse or neglect should report their suspicions to the proper authorities, but Mandated Reporters are required by law to do so. This training will help Mandated Reporters understand their critical role in protecting children by recognizing and reporting child abuse. Special attention will be given to the role of Chiropractors and how these professionals may interact with child maltreatment.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

Attendees will increase their knowledge in:

  1. Recognizing signs and symptoms of child maltreatment
  2. Comparing the two different tracks of abuse response used in Minnesota
  3. Examining warning signs of child maltreatment that Chiropractors can watch for in their interactions with families

SPEAKER

Alison FeighAlison Feigh, Director of Jacob Wetterling Resource Center, A program of Zero Abuse Project

Alison Feigh, MS, serves as the Director of Jacob Wetterling Resource Center, a program of Zero Abuse Project. In this role, she works with students, parents, youth workers, faith leaders, law enforcement and the media to help prevent childhood abuse and abductions. Alison’s work also includes writing curriculum for youth-serving organizations, training professionals about the online challenges kids face and advocating for families of the missing.

Alison has been working in the abuse prevention field for more than 18 years. As a classmate of Jacob Wetterling, she learned early on how important it is to protect children and youth from exploitation. She is especially drawn to prevention in faith-based communities and youth-serving organizations, collaborating with teens regarding technology and helping empower parents to talk with their kids about personal and online safety. She firmly believes that personal and online safety messages can be positive, empowering and accessible.

As a subject matter expert on child and teen safety, Alison speaks in Minnesota and nationally. She has offered proactive prevention messages through extensive media interviews, including CNN, Fox News and local news stations. Her safety messages are highlighted in her children’s books, “On Those Runaway Days” and “I Can Play It Safe.” Both titles were released nationally in 2008 by Free Spirit Publishing and have recently been translated into Chinese.

Alison received her self-designed major in “Responding to Missing Children in the U.S.” along with a major in Communication from St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minn. Following her graduation, she began working at the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) in Alexandria, VA. She returned to Minnesota in 2001 to join the team at Jacob Wetterling Resource Center (JWRC). In 2010, Alison received her Master of Science in Criminal Justice degree from St. Cloud State University. Alison also worked as a youth and children’s minister at a metro area faith community for six years and continues to work with youth at camps and theatre companies.

CE Information

1.0 Regular Credit Approved

Fees:

Members - $15
Non-Members - $30


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