Scenes from the March “Practical Ethics in Human Services” workshop

On Wednesday, March 25, professionals representing resources providers of the Pennsylvania Link to Aging and Disability Resources partner networks Berks, Lancaster and Lebanon Counties, received training during a four plus hour workshop facilitated by Christopher Dubble, director, the Institute of Protective Services at Temple University.

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40 professionals from the Link service area assembled in the comfortable environment of the Reamstown Fire Hall‘s banquet hall for the workshop and participated in the interactive presentation. At the end of the workshop, each of the participants were presented with a certificate awarding Pennsylvania Certification Board continuing education units (CEUs).

Here are more photo collages from the workshop.

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The Pennsylvania Link to Aging and Disability Resources − Berks-Lancaster-Lebanon Service Area partner network − is your “no wrong door” system: a shared statewide approach for Long-Term Service and Support … for all populations regardless of age, income or ability … including all payers, federal, state, local and private.

Click here to see upcoming workshops on April 2 – April 9 and May 1. There are a few vacancies remaining for these FREE workshops.

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