Hope’s Place

workshop set


“The Perfect Target: Perspectives From Both Sides of the Desk” will be from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Oct. 2 at Hope’s Place Child Advocacy Center.

The workshop will cover trauma and neglect on brain development, as well as:

n Explore why children don’t make “good” crime victims utilizing current police or court system criterion.

n Discuss factors that increase susceptibility to further victimization.

n Understand short-term and long-term consequences of trauma for individuals, families, and communities.

n Discover hope through relational modeling for healthy development in trauma exposed children. The workshop will explore the potential of “semi-proactive” vs. reactive approaches.

n Learn about Trauma Sensitive Systems and the potential to transform victim’s lives and engage in an open conversation about the implementation of Trauma Sensitive Systems in our community.

Cost is $25. To register, call (606) 325-4737 or email stephanie@hopesplace.org.

Hope’s Place is at 1100 Greenup Ave.

Dementia programs to be offered

The Alzheimer’s Association will offer the following programs:

n The webinar titled “Family Conflict and Alzheimer’s: An Action Plan” wil from 3 to 3:30 p.m. and7 to 7:30 p.m. Sept. 24.

To register, visit  ALZWebinars.org.  

n The UK Telehealth program “Coping with Communication Challenges” will be Oct. 24 from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at three locations:

Center for Health Education and Research, Room 102-ABC, 316 W. Second St., Morehead.

For directions, call Angel Rogers at (606) 783-6479.  

Montgomery County Public Library, 328 N. Maysville St., Mount Sterling.

For directions call Mary Horsley at (606) 316-7756.

Morning Pointe,     1063 Addington Drive,         Russell, conference room.

For directions, call Cheryl Stephens at (606) 824-9248.

A question-and-answer session will follow.

To register, call (859) 323-5550 or email sally.scherer@uky.edu. Deadline to register is Oct. 17.

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