Monday, January 25, 2021
1:00pm ET | 12:00pm CT | 11:00am MT/AZ | 10:00am PT
(1.5 hours with Q&A)
Fees*: $39 for CMCs (with code), $59 for non-CMCs
*NASW CE Certificate is $25
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For this third installment of the NACCM Book/Media Club webinar series, we bring you: a movie! Grab some popcorn, queue up Netflix and watch “Crip Camp: A Disability Revolution” — and then make plans to join us November 12th for a timely and informative discussion. What is “disability,” and what is it not? The Netflix original documentary follows the lives of several young campers with disabilities at Camp Jened in New York State who became leaders in the U.S. disability rights movement of the 1970s. Disability services expert Abby Kovalsky, LCSW will help us view disability from a historical perspective, and review the laws and language of the current paradigms. Learn what is needed to work effectively with individuals and families who live with disability related issues, and how aging with a disability is different from aging into a disability.
The goal of this event is to help Care Managers understand what disability is in the context of our current society and to be better able to work with people with disabilities.
After this presentation, attendees will be able to:
- define disability
- state the 3 models of disability and what each means
- state the defining legislation affecting this population
- state at least 3 ways people with disabilities are discriminated against
Abby Kovalsky has been a licensed clinical social worker since 1986. She earned her MSW from the University of Southern California, Los Angeles in 1982. She worked for 9 years at Golden Gate Regional Center as a case manager, working with people with intellectual disabilities. Ms. Kovalsky worked at Jewish Family and Children’s Services, San Francisco, for 21 years, until her retirement 5 years ago. She was the Supervisor of Case Management in Adult Services and the Program Coordinator for the Disabilities and AIDS Projects. She currently provides consultation with HGA Personal Care Consultants in the area of disability. She also holds an MS in Medical Microbiology and Immunology from the University of California, Los Angeles.
This event has been approved for 1.5 CE contact hours through NACCM and NASW. Attendee must attend entire webinar to receive any CE certificates. Attendees requesting a CE Certificate for Social Work (NASW) must successfully submit and pass a post-test prior to receiving CE certificate.
The registration fee for webinars is non-refundable. Registrants who are not able to attend the webinar will receive audio & video files following the event. CE contact hours will not be available to those who are not able to attend the entire live event.
In the unfortunate event that a webinar needs to be canceled or rescheduled NACCM will notify the registrant by email and provide information on the new date or alternative arrangements.