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Abuse Neglect and Family Violence training

September 17, 2013 at 5:06 PM

WAVES is keen to work with your institution on trainings in this subject and on family violence

Last week Asenaca Uluiviti and Deborah Yates facilitated 2 trainings at IRIS in Sandringham Auckland for its support workers.

The topic 'Abuse, Neglect and Family Violence in the context of Disability sector' led to dynamic discussions and sharings.

Both the participants and the facilitators gained much learnings and sharing of experiences as support workers and care givers to people with disability.



Category: Training