The birds are chirping, the crocus and daffodils are blooming...it is truly SPRING! As we celebrate this much needed warmer weather, we we are also busy preparing for our annual Spring Luncheon. Registration for the luncheon is now open! Please take a moment to visit our website and register today. We look forward to seeing you!
APRIL MEMBERSHIP MEETING
Minneapolis Area Senior Worker's Association
Thursday, April 24, 2014
2:30 pm Networking
2:45 pm Introductions
3:00 pm Presentation/Questions
4:00 pm Adjourn
TOPIC: Hoarding Disorder Part II
(Back by popular demand!)
Presenter: Janet R. Yeats, MA, LMFT is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and co-founder of The Hoarding Project. Janet earned her master's degree in Marriage and Family Therapy at Bethel University, and a second master's degree in Family Social Science from the University of Minnesota. Janet teaches courses in trauma and hoarding in the marriage and family therapy master's degree program at Saint Mary's University in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She currently practices therapy in her private practice in St. Paul, Minnesota, and chairs the Minnesota Hoarding Task Force.
Calvary Lutheran Church
7520 Golden Valley Road
directions and parking info:
Tanya Castillo 763-593-1000 or 952-769-7300
Questions? Contact the MASWA Program Chair: Vicky Willcox, Marketing Director of the Colony at Eden Prairie, 952-828-9500 with questions related to this program.
Certificates of Attendance (CEU) will be available.
Annual Membership fee $20.00 Guest fee $5.00
|PRESIDENT'S MONTHLY NOTE|
|There are many, many groups and associations to be a part of within the senior industry in the Twin Cities. We are very fortunate to have a community that supports our seniors in a wide variety of ways. Members of MASWA include representatives from long term care insurance to real estate and health care to housing. MASWA members provide services in and out of the home by people, equipment and technology. And each program and service provided by a MASWA member might be paid for privately or by county, state and federal programs or other insurances. There are specific diseases and diagnosis represented. Any type of housing environment that is needed can be accessed. There are diverse groups and organizations represented and served. There are resources and experts galore! My point? MASWA has a rich history and is made up of a wide variety of caring, dedicated individuals serving our community. On behalf of the board, we thank you for being a part of making us such a dynamic organization
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