Mount Olivet Rolling Acres 30th Annual Fall Conference
October 29, 2020
Human Services in a World Pandemic: Learning and Adapting to COVID-19
Our capacity to adapt is being greatly tested with the recent pandemic. We at Mount Olivet Rolling Acres are continuing to explore how our mission to provide excellence in all areas of service will impact our Annual Fall Conference this coming fall. Right now we find ourselves asking, how have human service providers adapted to these challenges and which responses have been most effective? Has a “new normal” of practices, strategies and models emerged; which will shape our future? What can we do (as case managers, service providers, schools, and families) to adapt to the “new normal” once the peak of the crisis is past? How can we grow and learn from our experiences to further enhance the lives of the people we support?
While the answers to these and other related questions are still evolving, we are making them the focus of our Fall Conference scheduled for October 29th, 2020. So please mark your calendars and plan on joining us as we bring together experts to process what we are learning through this pandemic and what the future might hold for the human services industry.
***Also note that we will adapt the event as necessary for the most current COVID-19 guidelines. More specific information to follow regarding virtual attendance options.***
Since 1991, MORA has hosted an annual regional conference bringing together professionals and caregivers interested in learning the current best practices in developmental disability services. This exceptional event includes nationally known and regional experts discussing the challenges in our work and providing working solutions that will advance participants’ skills.
- Earn Continuing Education Units! This conference is designed to meet continuing education requirements of the Minnesota Boards of Social Work and Nursing.
- This is a full day of training that is perfect for case managers, providers, and family members.
For more information about our Annual Fall Conference, please call (952) 474-5974 or visit our contact page.