Creating Caring Connections Conference
2014 Conference Handouts
An annual conference for direct service providers and their supervisors who are working in settings related to aging, disabilities, HIV/AIDS, long term care services for adults and children, end of life care and more.
Thanks to all who attended and assisted with helping to make the 2014 Conference a success!
Handouts for the 2014 Conference
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Sponsored by the Center for Social Welfare Research & Assessment and the Social Work Department at Winthrop University, Rock Hill, SC
In partnership with the South Carolina Department of Health and Human Services- Bureau of Long Term Care and Behavioral Health
AHEC will award the following continuing education credit
- Long Term Care Administrators - 10 hours approved by the SC Board of Long Term Care Administrators
- Nurses - 10.25 hours approved by the SC Nurses Association
- Social Workers - 10.25 hours by the SC Board of Social Work Examiners
- Counselors & Therapists - 10.25 hours by SC AHEC under its accreditation by the SC Board of Examiners for Licensure of Professional Counselors, Marriage and Family Therapists and Psycho-Educational Specialists
- AHEC 10.25 clock hours or 1 CEU
*Participants must attend 90% of the program in order to receive a certificate of attendance. No partial credit will be given.
- Discuss new ways that we can connect with one another and those we serve to enhance the quality of care we provide in our own communities and across the state.
- Learn about creative ways that service providers are working together to increase their capacity for quality programs and direct care.
- Network with others and rejuvenate our passion for providing the best services we can offer.
2014 Save the Date Card
The 2013 Conference Program
This annual conference began through a partnership between the South Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, Bureau of Community Long Term Care and Behavioral Health Services and the Center for Social Welfare Research and Assessment in the Department of Social Work at Winthrop University. Its purpose is to share the research findings that have been done on behalf of the Bureau and the clients they serve. As a result, professionals providing long term care services have an opportunity to learn about research that can then be applied into practice.
The conference also provides a statewide forum for discussions about topics and trends that impact our communities. A great by-product of the conference has been the opportunity to establish and renew alliances among those committed to providing long term care services. Conference participants include social workers, nurses, administrators, case managers, community practitioners, and other human service professionals.