Training & Technical Assistance
We have training and workshops opportunities that can help your organization understand and embrace an interdependence paradigm. Members of the Interdependence Network are available to provide professional develop opportunities for your staff. This include half-day, day, and weeklong trainings. We offer trainings to direct support staff, managers, senior leadership teams, and Board of Directors. Our customized trainings focus on your organizations needs and provide actionable strategies to improve community engagement.
Contact Jeff at firstname.lastname@example.org for pricing and availability.
Regional Symposiums on Social Capital & Community Building
The Interdependence Network Regional Symposiums are unlike any other conferences you have attended. Our symposiums feature a gathering of good people to debate, and plot the actions and strategies we can take to help people with disabilities to get involved in meaningful ways in the community.
Contact Jeff at email@example.com to learn how to bring a symposium to your region.
Sharing Ideas & Stories
We share and highlight the successful ways and means that organizations from around the world are embracing and implementing an interdependent approach.
The View from the Field Blog features stories of successes, failures and frustrations from people trying to implement macro change ideas. Interested in contributing? Send your blog post to firstname.lastname@example.org to be considered.
The IN Publishing White Paper Series is produced by and for social workers and other human service professionals. The series features thought leaders from around the world as they discuss and highlight issues related to the interdependence paradigm, marco change, community building, social capital and community engagement. Interested in contributing? Email your name, contact information and your 6-10 page white paper to email@example.com. The IN Editorial Board, made of of human service professionals from across the world, reviews and selects articles to be published.
Access to Resources
Members of the Interdependence Network have access to a wide range of free resources to support you or your organization’s shift to the interdependent approach. We are building a catalogue of tools and resources developed by and for human service agencies that support a person-centered, function based approach to community engagement. Resources in include planning tools, tip sheets, books, a variety of white papers and the View from the Field Blog