Class Details

Title: Understanding The Impact of Generational Poverty
Trainers: Bonnie Tracy
Date/Time: September 24, 2014 9am - 4pm
Hours: .6 CEU's
Details:

Intended Audience: Department of Health and Human Services employees, Foster and Adoptive Parents and the staff of social service agencies providing services to clients of the Department

How often do we make assumptions that people living in poverty are in that situation because they have made choices that put them there? How many of us are aware that people from poverty are generally isolated with few opportunities to interact with those not in situations like them? The goal of this program is to increase awareness of the effects of generational poverty on a person's ability to cope and to progress with service plans Program objectives are: 1) to increase understanding of the culture imposed by a life of poverty, including the impact on organizational skills, ability to understand verbal directions, communication styles and rapport building; and 2) to provide tips for working with families/individuals from poverty that are proven to address these issues and increase the potential for successful service plans.

City: Bangor
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Class ID: C611 (Reference id: 620864)
Maximum attendance:20
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*Enrolled Students

IDStudentAgencyService Code
621242 Milliken, Robert A KidsPeace 27 Foster Parent (s)
621793 Estes, Diane L EIM 25 Adults (Cognitive and Physical Disabilities)
622498 Klouthis, Angelina Office of Multicultural Affairs, DHHS 1 Administrative Services
622688 Moisan Allen, Heather DHHS 7 Child Welfare
622975 Tormey, Hope DHHS/OCFS 7 Child Welfare
624104 Boulier, Lynn M Thrive/Department of Corrections 23 Children (Behavioral Health)
624313 Federico, Antoinette M Thrive Dept of Corrections 23 Children (Behavioral Health)

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