Past Events

Past Events

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Speaker(s):
Madelyn Iris, PhD, Director, Leonard Schanfield Research Institute, CJE SeniorLife
Kendon J. Conrad, PhD, Senior Research Scientist, Chestnut Health Systems, Normal, Illinois; and Professor Emeritus, School of Public Health, University of Illinois at Chicago

Half or more of all cases reported to adult protective services are for elder self-neglect (ESN), which directly affects older adults and, consequently, their families, neighbors, and communities. ESN has public health implications due to its

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Speaker(s):
Laura Mosqueda, MD, FAAFP, AGSF, Chair, Department of Family Medicine, Professor of Family Medicine and Geriatrics (Clinical Scholar) and Associate Dean of Primary Care, Keck School of Medicine of University of Southern California

It is often difficult to figure out if an injury or wound is due to elder abuse. In part, this is because many of the normal and common age-related changes mask and mimic signs of elder abuse. "Older adults bruise easily" and "old people who aren

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Speaker(s):
Deirdre O’Connor, Senior Program Specialist

Deirdre O'Connor will review NCCD's current Pay for Success feasibility assessment RFP, including a brief demonstration of the grant application process. Click

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Speaker(s):
Deirdre O'Connor, NCCD
Jennifer Stoff, Social Innovation Fund/Corporation for National and Community Service
John Roman, Urban Institute

Deirdre O'Connor, project manager for NCCD's Social Innovation Fund Pay for Success work, will present in this webinar, hosted by BJA’s

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Speaker(s):
Kathy Park, Vice President
Deirdre O'Connor, Senior Program Specialist

Racial disparities in child welfare and juvenile justice systems are prevalent throughout the nation. This webinar will provide an overview of Pay for Success and discuss an upcoming opportunity for using it to address these disparities in these

 - | - | Washington, DC

As part of President Barack Obama's vision for building a smarter, more effective government, Pay for Success has emerged as an approach for government to partner with

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Separate from adult sex offender registration and notification laws, the federal Adam Walsh Child Protection Act (2006) created new lifetime registration and notification requirements for juveniles who are adjudicated in delinquency court for

 - | - | Seattle, WA

The 2nd annual Safe and Together Symposium brings together child welfare, domestic violence and other professionals working at the intersection of domestic violence and child maltreatment. The 2014 Symposium on October 23-24, 2014 in

 - | - | San Leandro, CA
Speaker(s):
Nicole Pittman, NCCD Program Specialist and Stoneleigh Fellow

Nicole Pittman, NCCD Program Specialist and Stoneleigh Fellow, will present findings from her investigation into the impacts of sex offender registration on youth and their