Meeting Archive:
How to Advocate through Crisis and Beyond for People and Families Living with Paralysis


Meeting Description:

Join us for the Reeve Foundation Paralysis Community Live Better series: 
 
How to Advocate through Crisis and Beyond for People and Families Living with Paralysis
 
Wednesday, May 23, 2018 3PM ET

Louise Phipps Senft, an internationally recognized mediator, will explain how to use mediation and conflict resolution tools and techniques to help people living with paralysis as well as their families better advocate for their needs. Senft will provide some examples from her own experiences when she had to advocate for her son's needs while he was hospitalized with a spinal cord injury.

While always at the core of Louise’s philosophy is recognition of the power of Hope.

This webinar is for those who want to work out conflicts with hospitals and other facilities, their doctors and other health care workers, and within their families as paralysis can strain relationships.

This event is FREE to attend.

Details
Date: Wed, May 23, 2018
Time: 03:00 PM EDT
Duration: 1 hour
Host(s): Reeve Foundation
 Presenter Information
Louise Phipps Senft
 
Louise founded the Baltimore Mediation Center in 1993, now Louise Phipps Senft and Associates/Baltimore Mediation, the first transformative mediation firm in Maryland. Baltimore Mediation offers mediation, facilitation for collaborative decision-making, leadership and conflict coaching, and conflict resolution training. Louise Phipps Senft is a lawyer and mediation expert who is best known for integrating transformative approaches to conflict into her work as a mediator, executive coach in negotiation and personality dynamics in the workplace, and certified master trainer.