Invisible Epidemic: The Intersection of Traumatic Brain Injury, Strangulation and Domestic Violence (Part 2)

On Tuesday, Aug 30, 2022 from 03:00 PM to 04:15 PM

This is a virtual event using Zoom

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This Conference and Workshop is for Students, Faculty and Staff

The Title IX department provides this information for those who are interested.

This session will discuss Ohio’s innovative and evidence-based CARE (Connect, Acknowledge, Respond, Evaluate) Framework developed by the Ohio Domestic Violence Network in partnership with the Ohio State University.

Learn about Ohio’s journey to equip programs working with victims to identify to raise awareness and support survivors of domestic violence who have been hurt in the head. The webinar will cover the CARE brain injury educational and service provision tools, and discuss strategies to incorporate a brain injury lens into your work, as well as provide promising practices for agencies interested in addressing brain injury.

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Contact Name: Lourdes December

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