Ethics, confidentiality, and risk management are the some of the topics that will be discussed at three CEU-credit eligible seminars that Pickersgill Retirement Community is hosting during the next few months.
Pickersgill places a high value on the Pickersgill Educational Program and its continual development. The community looks to become an increasingly important educational resource to the professional/social work community, and values the connections that we have with many area social workers. As we connect through the Pickersgill Educational Program, we tailor future seminars based on the feedback and requests that we receive after each session; this mindset ensures that all programs offered are timely and relevant to the needs of social workers who attend.
Join us for “Ethical Considerations In Working With Caregivers of Competent Elderly Clients,” on April 12 presented by Ann Morrison, PhD, RN with Jenerations Health Education.
Gisele Ferretto, a clinical instructor for both the Title IV-E Education for Public Child Welfare Program and the Child Welfare Academy at the University of Maryland School of Social Work, will present, “What You Don’t Know Can Harm YOU: Links Between Law, Ethics and Risk Management,” on May 23.
Ferretto will also present the seminar, “Ethical Considerations and Complexity of Confidentiality When Serving Individuals and Families,” on June 13.
Three CEU credits will be earned for each half-day session attended.
The cost is $25 for each session. Registration for this event can be found on the Pickersgill Retirement Community website.
Pickersgill Retirement Community is a nonprofit retirement community nestled among dogwoods on a beautiful campus in Towson, Md. Pickersgill has a tradition of excellence, and a rich history. Founded, and named after former board member Mary Pickersgill—the seamstress who inspired “The Star Spangled Banner” with her flag that waved over Fort McHenry—Pickersgill is the rare community that can claim it has dutifully served generations of seniors in the Baltimore area for more than 200 years. To find out more about our community, check out our website, find us on Facebook, or give us a call at 410-825-7423.