Recognizing and Reporting Adult Abuse 


July 27, 2022 at 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.


This is an online event.


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Clear Risk Solutions

Organizations working with vulnerable populations must protect both those that they serve and those that serve them. In particular, a sharp eye must be kept for potential abuse. Those who are elderly, or those who are over the age of 18 who are developmentally disabled with a functional, mental, or physical inability to care for or protect themselves are considered vulnerable.

Both employees and volunteers should know how to recognize the signs of abuse, understand their reporting obligations, and conduct their duties in a manner that protects them from falsely made allegations. Join Dr. Millie Watkins as we explore these topics, and more, in our upcoming webinar.

Millie Watkins, Presenter

Dr. Millie Watkins has many years of experience in public education and is devoted to collaborative professional administrative practices, leadership development at all levels, and growth and achievement. Her professional experience includes classroom teaching in English language arts, Spanish, and English as a second language. She has served as regional director of Migrant Education at the North Central Educational Service District and as principal and superintendent of the Orondo School District. Most currently she provides a variety of trainings for Clear Risk Solutions that address the subjects of professional boundaries, workplace behaviors, confidentiality, diversity, bullying, recognizing and reporting abuse, and more.