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Nebraska City-Understanding Youth Populations with Low-Cognitive Disorder and Mental Illness

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Nebraska City-Understanding Youth Populations with Low-Cognitive Disorder and Mental Illness

Tuesday, February 18, 2020 - 9:00am to 4:00pm

NEBRASKA CITY
MORTON-JAMES PUBLIC LIBRARY (NORTH MEETING ROOM) | 923 1ST CORSO, NEBRASKA CITY, NE
Tuesday, February 18 from 10:00 A.M. – 5:00 P.M. (check-in and continental breakfast served from 9:30 – 10:00)
Click here to register for February 18 in Nebraska City ($20)

Presented by: Bill Reay, Ph.D. and president, Omni Inventive Care, Omaha NE

In this all-day workshop, registrants will gain techniques and strategies for working with clients affected by co-occurring I/DD and mental health disorders, understand the prevalence of co-occurring I/DD and mental health disorders, EBP adaptations, using assessment tools to measure progress, treatment planning, medication management, and working with caregivers and psychiatrists.

Intended audience: mental health therapists, probation workers, case managers, providers, direct care staff, criminal justice and law enforcement, community stakeholders, and family members.


$20 registration fee includes continental breakfast, light afternoon snack, and 5.5 social work/mental health and criminogenic approved CEUs.

Questions? Contact Michelle Nelsen (mdnelsen@unomaha.edu)