Health and Human Services
30th Annual Aging Well Conference
Friday, June 5, 2020 | Virtual | More information forthcoming
Whether directly or indirectly, aging affects us all. This conference offers you the ability to stay ahead of the curve with the latest trends, technology, and information in regards to aging. Join professionals, students, and the community as we celebrate 30 years of Aging Well!
LGBTQ Inclusive Care: Exploring Social Determinants of Health and Wellbeing
Sept 25 | 8:30am-12pm | UW-Parkside Student Center Cinema
Includes Light Breakfast and Coffee | .4 CEUs Included in Registration
Learn to assess beliefs and behaviors around sexuality and gender to provide truly inclusive services to LGBTQ communities. Discuss important topics including acceptance and inclusion, health disparities, Minority Stress Theory, and trauma informed strategies to use at your organization.
Katie Hamm, MSW, is a consultant with Diverse & Resilient, a public health non-profit serving the LGBTQ Community and an Adjunct Faculty member of UW-Milwaukee’s Helen Bader School of Social Welfare. Her teaching includes Cultural Diversity, Human Development across the Lifespan, Direct Practice, and Human Sexuality. Katie has presented locally and nationally on issues of diversity, human sexuality and community readiness.
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