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Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) in Children, Teens and their Families: Effective Strategies to Win Against the OCD "Bully"Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) in Children, Teens and their Families: Effective Strategies to Win Against the OCD "Bully"
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Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) in a child can create extreme challenges for children, teens and their families. Often, we find that other family members have it, as well. This workshop will discuss how to recognize OCD, how to manage day to day difficulties when OCD is present at home and school; and, treatment strategies to “fight back” and overcome OCD. Presented by Tana Hope, Ph.D. The Child and Family Therapy Clinic of the Department of Behavioral Psychology at Kennedy Krieger Institute
Contact Name : Ellen Galvez
Contact Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
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Social Security Benefit Advocacy: Making Employment Work for Individuals with Disabilities through Work Incentives.Social Security Benefit Advocacy: Making Employment Work for Individuals with Disabilities through Work Incentives.
April 3, 2020 –
Most people with disabilities want to work, but they worry that they will lose their Social Security cash and medical benefits that they depend on for survival. In most cases, clients will actually earn more by working than simply receiving benefits from Social Security. State and federal rules and regulations, called “work incentives”, have been implemented to encourage individuals who receive Social Security cash benefits (Social Security Disability Insurance or Supplemental Security Income) to gain or maintain employment. These work incentives have made it easier to transition to employment by allowing continued access to healthcare and not necessarily stopping benefits completely or abruptly when a person works. Many of these work incentives are underutilized or unknown by both beneficiaries and service providers. The purpose of this training is to change that.
Contact Name : Erin Connor
Contact Email : email@example.com
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