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Event location: Virtual
May 8th, 2024 from 12:00 PM to  1:00 PM
Join our new professional development workshop series! Throughout this workshop, we will be sharing the importance of relational permanency, what relational permanency looks like, and some tips for families experiencing relational permanency.

Are you a professional supporting adoptive and permanency parents? Would you like to learn more about relational permanency and what that looks like for families?

Join our new professional development workshop series! We’ll share valuable information about the journey of adoptive parents and how you can support them in the permanency planning stage of their journey.

Adoptive parent and clinical counselor Ashleigh Martinflatt, will present this series. Ashleigh has been an AEP facilitator for eight years and has worked as an adoption social worker for MCFD. She also holds a Master’ of Social Work and is a CYC Ph.D. candidate.

During this one-hour session, Ashleigh will answer all your questions about relational permanency, which involves making sure that every young person leaving foster care has lasting relationships that make them feel loved and connected.

Session outline:

  1. Permanency pillars
  2. Importance of relational permanency
  3. Relational tips

Don't miss this opportunity to learn, share, and find more ways to support families on their journey.

Date: May 8, 2024

Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Session fee: Free. Completion certificates will be provided to those who attend.

Format: Zoom

May 8th, 2024 from 12:00 PM to  1:00 PM