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2020 Arion Care Solutions Events

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11 November 2020
Alzheimer’s Walk
1 December 2020 @ 6:00 pm
Sensitive Santa

3 December 2020 @ 6:00 pm
Sensitive Santa

9 December 2020 @ 6:00 pm
Sensitive Santa

2021 Arion Care Solutions Events

28 April @ 6:00 pm
The Essentials of Special Needs Planning Zoom Meeting

During these unprecedented times planning is more crucial than ever!

What is Special Needs Planning? Where do I start? How does my child qualify for and retain government benefits? Who will take care of my child when I am gone?

TWO FREE CEU's!

If you are the parent or guardian of a person with special needs, you have probably kept yourself awake at night wondering about these questions. Join us for an informative workshop that will guide you through this complex subject. It looks overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to be. We will cover key concepts relating to estate planning,  government benefits, financial strategies, and lifestyle directives. Come to this workshop and learn where and how to begin planning for your child’s future care, supervision and quality of life.

To RSVP please send an email to apattison@ap.training. Please note the number of attendees in your group and the date of the workshop in your RSVP.

6 May @ 6:00 pm
OIFA town hall meeting

The Office of Individual and Family Affairs (OIFA) continues to host virtual town hall meetings for members, families and providers.

7 May
NAA's 2021 National Autism Conference

Join us May 7th and 8th for this virtual event featuring 2 tracks of dynamic experts covering a wide range of topics.

8 May
NAA's 2021 National Autism Conference

Join us May 7th and 8th for this virtual event featuring 2 tracks of dynamic experts covering a wide range of topics.

21 June @ 8:30 am
Training- Serving Survivors of Sexual Violence with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

People with intellectual disabilities are sexually assaulted at a rate seven times higher than people without disabilities. This training will provide advocates with tangible best practices for serving survivors with I/DD. We will also discuss current state-wide efforts to increase survivors accessibility and opportunities for advocates to be part of the solution in enhancing programs' response to sexual violence survivors with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Attendees will leave this training with an increased understanding of trauma informed strategies to increase survivor well-being, disability etiquette, the barriers for survivors with I/DD accessing services, the similarities between the sexual violence and disability movements, and overall a greater sense of comfortability and competency in providing services to this population.

 

19 July @ 8:30 am
The Role of a Loved One: Understanding Vicarious Trauma as a Loved One of an Individual with I/DD

The Role of a Loved One: Understanding Vicarious Trauma as a Loved One of an Individual with I/DD.  ACESDV is co-facilitating this training with Jon Meyers from The Arc of Arizona. Folks can follow the registration link included in the flyer or register for that July training here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_TZEmWvcPQu-tbUkaV3Dwlw

This training will provide an in-depth understanding of vicarious trauma, coping strategies for people who have experienced secondary victimization, healing centered discussion with a community of loved ones, resource sharing and action planning.