GOAL OF THE WORKSHOP
The ultimate outcome of this workshop is to teach participants how to build “win-win-win” partnerships with families and caregivers, professionals, and individuals with disabilities throughout the lifespan. Win-win-win conditions withstand the test of time, stress and conflict.
Friday, December 8, 2017
Ramada Tropics Conference Center, 5000 Merle Hay Rd, Des Moines, IA 50322
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Families & Students $65
Exhibitor – Nonprofit $100
Exhibitor – For profit $150
Purchase Orders: To pay with a PO, select “Pay by Check” and have the PO sent to Ashley Gill at email@example.com or faxed to (515) 243-1902.
8:00 – 8:50 am Registration & Check-in (light continental breakfast provided)
8:50 – 9:00 am Welcome & introduction
9:00 – 9:15 am Opening remarks from Dr. Barb Guy, State Director of Special Education
9:15 – 10:45 am Ann’s family story, group work, video and reflections
10:45 – 11:00 am Break
11:00 am – 12:15 pm Focus on Partnership Principles: Presentation & Group work
– Communication, Competence, Respect, Commitment, Equality, Advocacy & Trust
12:15 – 12:45 pm Lunch catered by Ramada Tropics
12:45 – 1:45 pm Focus on Partnership Types: Presentation & Group work
– Meeting Basic Needs, Referring & Evaluating, Individualizing
1:45 – 2:00 pm Break
2:00 – 3:00 pm Focus on Partnership Types: Presentation & Group work
– Extending Learning, Volunteering & Participating, Advocating
3:00 – 4:00 pm Summarizing our take-aways
4:00 – 4:15 pm Final questions & Evaluations
Families & Students: $100 stipends are available for families and students to offset the cost of registration and travel. Stipends are paid in the form of a reimbursement check that is mailed to recipients after the event.
School Districts: $100 stipends are available for school districts to offset the cost of a substitute teacher. Stipends are paid in the form of a reimbursement check that is mailed to the school district after the event. The school district must provide an invoice that shows the name of the teacher/paraeducator who attended the event and the name of the substitute teacher/paraeducator.
Thank you to the Iowa DD Council and Wells Fargo for helping us provide stipends at this year’s event!
Social Work, LMFT & LMHC: This workshop has been approved to offer 6.0 credit hours at a cost of $10 per person payable to ASK Resource Center via registration or the day of the event.
Graduate Students: This workshop has been approved to offer 1.0 credit hour of graduate credit from Upper Iowa University at a cost of $125 payable to Upper Iowa University upon completion of required coursework. Syllabus and other details will be available the day of the event.
Behavioral Health & Substance Abuse Professionals: This workshop has been approved to offer 6.25 credit hours in the Iowa Board of Certification’s “Generic” category at a cost of $10 per person payable to ASK Resource Center via registration or the day of the event. This credit option is for CADC, tCADC, IADC, IAADC, CPS, ACPS, CGTC, CCJP, CCDP, CCS, CTA, MHPSS and PRS.
Foster Parents: This workshop has been approved to offer 6.0 hours of Foster Parent Training Credit at no additional cost.
ABOUT DR. TURNBULL
Dr. Ann Turnbull has been an inspiring professor, researcher, and advocate for individuals with disabilities and their families for over four decades. She is a Retired Distinguished Professor of Special Education at the University of Kansas. Throughout her career, she has authored 32 books and over 275 articles and chapters. Ann and her husband, Rud, were selected in 1999 by the National Historic Preservation Trust on Developmental Disabilities as two of 36 individuals who “changed the course of history for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities in the 20th century.” All this aside, Ann attributes her greatest learning to her son, Jay Turnbull (1967-2009), who she calls her “best professor.”
Ann engages her audience through sharing her own, personal stories of lessons learned with lose-lose-lose and win-win-win situations. From this foundation, she breaks down trusting partnerships into 6 key principles: Communication, Competence, Respect, Commitment, Equality, and Advocacy. Ann provides an overview of the Six Trusting Partnership Principles and shares strategies families and professionals can use to build and maintain the principles over time. It is not always easy, and it is not supposed to be!
Ashley Gill, ASK Resource Center
Phone: (515) 243-1713 ext. 201
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