November 3, 2018 09:00 AM to 03:00 PM
Learn about protecting your loved one, client, or student with a developmental disability from becoming a victim of assault!
Featuring: Nora Baladerian, Ph.D.
Dr. Baladerian is a clinical psychologist living in Los Angeles where she has a private practice focusing on trauma and abuse. Earlier this year, she was featured on KQED’s Morning Edition, From The Frontlines Of A Sexual Assault Epidemic. She is the Project Director for CAN DO! (Child/Adult Abuse & Neglect Disability Outreach Project, under Arc Riverside.)
For caregivers and professionals supporting individuals with developmental disabilities and/or other risk factors, to understand the risk of abuse, how to reduce that risk, and how to prepare if it does occur.
**Regional Center may fund your attendance. Contact your child’s service coordinator. PHP’s Vendor Code is ZS0105, Service Code 102-100 @ $120.00 per person** If using a POS for your attendance, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. She will place you on a “hold” list until the service coordinator emails or calls to advise of approval.
Registration Deadline 10/26/18 Limited Space
Simultaneous Translation to Spanish and Vietnamese
Presented to you by Parents Helping Parents, Inc.
In Partnership with San Andreas Regional Center