Prevention of Abuse & Neglect The Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) is sponsoring a workshop on the prevention of abuse and neglect for long term care professionals in Indiana. The training is provided by the University of Indianapolis Center for Aging & Community. This training is funded by the long term care civil money penalty (CMP) fund. This course will be offered for a total of twelve (12) training workshop throughout the state – three (3) in northern area, six (6) in central area, and three (3) in southern area. This workshop is designed to serve as an introduction to abuse and neglect prevention with long term care-specific content and examples. Topics covered will include: Human dignity Identifying signs of abuse and neglect Defining, reporting, and responding to situations involving abuse and neglect Recognizing and counteracting stress triggers Conflict resolution and de-escalation techniques Who should attend: Long term care professionals interest
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