COVID-19: See our Phoenix Forward page

APS Learning Collaborative

The training listed below is being offered on a date separate from the Adult Protective Services Northeast Regional Meeting.  Any interested participant is welcome to attend.


Hoarding 101: What is Hoarding and How to Help

Trainer Lisa Anderson, LCSW, LPC

Hoarding disorder is now recognized as a mental health issue, not simply a lifestyle choice. Unfortunately, hoarding disorder is difficult to treat.  Well-meaning family members, municipalities, the legal system, and healthcare professionals struggle to address the challenges presented by people who hoard.  Full Course Description

Receive 4.0 Continuing Education Hours
Date Location Fee
March 15, 2022
8:30am - 12:30pm
Training will be offered virtually via Zoom.

Training access instructions will be included in your email registration confirmation.  If you have not received your email yet, please email bhtp@uwgb.edu or Joanne at tulachkj@uwgb.edu.‚Äč
$15 full members; 
$60 nonmembers


The trainings listed below are offered following the Adult Protective Services Northeast Regional Meeting, but any interested participant is welcome to attend. However, registration is required as space is limited.  If you have any questions, please contact the BHTP office at 920-465-2101 or bhtp@uwgb.edu

 


Creative Engagement

Trainer: Dawn Koceja, Milwaukee Public Museum

Dawn Koceja is the Accessibility Coordinator at the Milwaukee Public Museum where she has facilitated the SPARK! program for the last ten years. She has been trained at national museums such as the Museum of Modern Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Smithsonian. She is a certified ADA Coordinator and a Dementia Specialist and hosts trainings on creative engagement and accessibility at conferences and workshops around the country.

Creative Engagement is the focus of this training inspired through the success of SPARK!, a cultural program for people with memory loss that is offered at museums throughout the country. The SPARK! program uses a variety of approaches that provide opportunities for a person to engage in the arts and culture through multisensory activities. This training will provide techniques to engage people through art and simple objects without having to visit a museum or gallery. Learn about these practices while gaining useful tips on interactions as we create, share and become inspired through a hands-on, interactive workshop.

Date Location Fee
May 26, 2022
1:00pm - 3:00pm
Fox Valley Technical College
1125 N. Bluemound Drive, Appleton
Room TBD
$10