The Minnesota Disability Law Center has just published a fact sheet sharing recommendations for organizations and facilities to consider when protecting public safety for their organizations while also preserving the rights of disabled individuals. It is helpful as you set up your own procedures for your prospective offices, and also if you have clients or patients who are navigating these issues for themselves or loved ones. The link follows, but we will also post this on our resource tab on the website.
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Greetings to all members of the Minnesota Chapter of AFCC! In our continuing commitment to improve the lives of all children and families through the resolution of family conflict, our chapter has
The AFCC community lost a beloved member earlier this year. Our good friend and valued colleague, Jessie Ware, left a lasting impact on many Minnesota families dealing with conflict. Her infectious hu
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