It’s About Ethics: Creating and Maintaining Personal and Professional Boundaries Webinar

Thursday, June 18, 2020, 10 am to 11:30 am

AHMA Member: $60 • Non-Members: $100
Trainer: Ruben Rivera-Jackman

RSCs link residents with supportive services allowing them to maintain self-sufficiency in their homes. It is most important that the SC understand the characteristics of the resident population and property in which they serve and the issues that may impact the differential use of services are socio-economic, age, culture, gender, race, sexual orientation and others. This webinar defines ethical standards & offer guidelines/principles to guide decision making & conduct when ethical issues arise.

Take-Aways

  • Define ethics.
  • Understand the importance of maintaining healthy boundaries.
  • Recognize characteristics of healthy and unhealthy boundaries.
  • Recognize warning signs.
  • Identify strategies to address dilemmas
  • Have Fun!
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Trainer: Ruben Rivera-Jackman

Ruben Rivera-Jackman, MNPL, speaker, trainer and nonprofit leadership consultant, has an accomplished 25+ year career as a nonprofit leader, with practical experience in, and solid understanding of, a diverse range of management, program development and service delivery applications. Mr. Rivera-Jackman has a passion for working with, and advocating on behalf of, older adults, and has a natural ability for providing instruction and training for adult learners. In February 2017, Ruben accepted a new opportunity to serve as the new Director of Resident Services for the Senior Housing Assistance Group (SHAG), one of the largest non-profit affordable housing providers in the Puget Sound area. SHAG manages 41 LIHTC communities serving over 5,000 older-adult households. He previously served for 12 years as a Senor Resident Services Manager at the King County Housing Authority. Mr. Rivera-Jackman was the recipient of the 2011 American Association of Service Coordinators (AASC) President’s Award of Excellence. This award is given to a member who, in the opinion of the AASC President, is deserving of recognition for his/her work in the service coordination profession.