*Abbreviations under the "Available" column: A = Available // NA = Not Available // R = Previously Registered // WL = Currently on the Wait List
Avenues for Advocacy: Multidisciplinary Approach to Child Advocacy in the Shenandoah Valley
Too often, children face trauma that remains unresolved creating barriers to becoming a contributing adult within the community. This course explores the community’s role in strengthening the child’s successes in sustaining a high quality of life by understanding what it means to be a child advocate. Participants will examine how a multidisciplinary approach theory has been put into practice in the surrounding community and the many ways each resident can be a part of this effort. Join me for a roundtable discussion learning how to use your passion to advocate for a child. Note: This course does not meet on Wednesday, November 21.
Mary Peeler Kivlighan has served the needs of children and their families through state and local governments, academia, not for profit organizations, and the Courts. When not providing direct services, Mary served as Assistant Dean for the University of Maryland, training child advocates for public schools administrators and public health professionals.
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|B604||Mary Kivlighan||Oct 31, Nov 7, 14, 28, Dec 5||We||2:30-4:00 p.m.||The R. R. Smith Center||A|