Past Serving Offenders Statewide Conferences
This annual conference is sponsored by grant funds provided by the Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority in partnership with the UAA Center for Human Development to help increase the capacity for communities to serve Trust Beneficiaries who are Offenders to reduce recidivism and promote safe and healthy Alaskan communities.
The 5th Annual Statewide Conference on Serving Offenders with Cognitive Impairments "Transitioning into the Community" was held in Anchorage on March 15-16, 2010 and offered two separate tracts presented by two national experts, Dr. Patricia Zapf of Massachusetts and James Haaven of Oregon.
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The 4th Annual Statewide Conference on Serving Offenders with Cognitive Impairments "Working with Cognitively Impaired Offender: Effective Techniques and Tools" was held in Anchorage on March 11, 2009 and offered two separate tracts presented by two national experts, Dr. Alix McLearen of Tennessee and James Haaven of Oregon.
The 3rd Annual Conference, "Working with Cognitively Impaired Offenders: Effective Techniques and Tools”, was held in Anchorage on April 2nd and 3rd, followed by a Strategic Planning Session on April 4th, 2008. There were two nationally recognized practicing presenters Gerry Blasingame of Oregon and Daniel J. Tomasulo of New Jersey.
The 2nd Annual two day conference, “Adapting Your Community Services to Support the Cognitively Impaired Offender”, was held in May 2007 in Anchorage. There were three national speakers: Dr. Ed Mikkelsen of Massachusetts, Dr. Robin LeDue of Washington, and Dr. Peter Johnson of Canada.
FY06The 1st Annual Conference.