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RESOURCES FOR PROFESSIONALS

2023 Free Trainings Coming Soon

Click the date to register for the training. Most trainings are from 11:00am – 1:00pm
https://www.ralstonhouse.org/professionals

Thursday, February 16 from 11am - 1pm - Dr. Beth Peters presents The Teenage Brain

 

Location: Jefferson County District Attorney Training Room, 500 Jefferson County Pkwy, Golden, 80401

 

Thursday, March 30 - Investigation and Prosecution of Child Sexual Assaults

Description:  This training will focus on the different investigatory tools available in these unique type of investigations including forensic interviews, corroboration, outcry witnesses, suspect interviews and more.  Then we will transition into the courtroom aspect of preparing a child sexual assault for trial including motions practice, experts, preparing a child to testify and the trial.  The goal is to be interactive so bring your questions on the cases you’re currently working to help facilitate discussion.

Facilitators: Bryan Cook, Chief Deputy District Attorney, Jenny Prince, Chief Deputy CVU, Faith Stevens, retired Arvada PD

Location: TBD

 

 

 

Thursday, April 20 from 11am - 1pm - Autism 101 presented by Autism Society of Colorado

Description: Autism 101 is an introductory training for those that are interested in learning more about Autism and how to create an inclusive environment.  The Autism 101 presentation covers the following topics, what is Autism?, What Autism is NOT! What does Autism look like? How do I support an individual with Autism?

Facilitators: Jennifer Korb, Executive Director of Autism Society

Location: TBD

Registration is requested for these training, please click the date to register.

Zoom link for training provided via email to all registered participants.
Information and updates are added to the website weekly.

https://www.ralstonhouse.org/professionals

Ralston House Inclusion Committee

Ralston House is seeking members to join the Inclusion Committee.

This group meets quarterly to review National Children’s Alliance (NCA)

Standards. MDT members have a responsibility to identify possible issues

with the child and family they are working with to better understand their

unique needs. With a better understanding of a family’s  diverse background, MDT members are then equipped with knowledge regarding their perceptions of abuse, their level of acculturation, and religious and cultural beliefs. This information is necessary to effectively respond and to children and families that Ralston House serves. 

 

Email Jennifer to join: jkemps@ralstonhouse.org

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