We invite all SASH partners and community members to submit relevant calendar events. Please click “Add Event” below, and we will review and publish your submission within two business days.
In addition, a list of upcoming professional-development training opportunities in Vermont, as well as ongoing SASH training webinars, can be found on the SASH forum here (Scroll to “TRAININGS: Trainings, Webinar Registrations, Independent Study”).
Out of the Darkness Walk for suicide preventionOakledge Park, upper shelter, Burlington, VT
- 1111.September.MondayNo events
NAMI Family-to-Family courseRutland
The NAMI Family-to-Family Education Program is a FREE 12-week course structured to help families and friends of individuals with mental illness understand and support their loved ones while maintaining their own well-being.
The course is designed specifically for parents, siblings, spouses, teenage and adult children, and significant others of persons with a mental health condition. Many family members describe the impact of this program as “life changing.”
- Trained family members of individuals with MI teach the course.
- All instruction and course materials are free to class participants
- Evidence-based curriculum draws on the most current scientific research
- Over 300,000 participants have graduated from this national program
Please share this information with anyone you think would benefit from taking this course.
For more information, click here
Or you can call Nick at 802-876-7949 ext. 102
SASH Coordinator Webinar
To register for the SASH Coordinator Webinar: https://attendee.gototraining.com/r/6620914145874784257
To connect via telephone:
Long distance: +1 (510) 365-3331
Access code: 545-602-521
Audio PIN: Shown after joining the training
- 1414.September.ThursdayNo events
Aging in Vermont: Communities on the Move conference
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September 15, 2017
“Aging in Vermont: Communities on the Move”
Organized By ~
For those involved with older adult issues, this conference will offer the latest information and insights from a wide variety of professional experts.
The conference will be held at:
and Conference Center
Conference topics include:
- Transportation: Sustainable Rural Models
- Self-Neglect and Community Response
- Needs of Caregivers
- How to Start and Manage a Volunteer Program
- Self-Care for Professionals
Facilitated “Table Talks” on a variety of topics:
- Memory Cafe’s
- Adult Protective Services
- Mental Health and more!
Our Keynote Speaker is:
Katherine Freund, Social Entrepreneur for Senior Mobility and Founder of Independent Transportation Network of America (ITNAmerica)
Our Panel Discussion on Self-Neglect With:
Professor Kelly Melekis, Skidmore College, author of “Responding to Self-Neglect in Vermont”
Registration and more information will be available in the coming months as we plan for this event.
For questions, please contact:
Heather Baker at email@example.com or
Janet Hunt at firstname.lastname@example.org
- 1616.September.SaturdayNo events