Hoarding: Impacts on Non-Profit Housing Providers – Webinar
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Hoarding is a complex and challenging psychological disorder that may lead to negative consequences for both the individual and the community. This 90-minute webinar provides information about using harm reduction principles to help tenants with hoarding behaviour. You will learn how to talk to and generate internal motivation in people who hoard, and how to establish intervention targets. In this webinar, the presenters will:
- Discuss what hoarding is and why it persists
- Understand the potential public safety hazards, including fire risk and pests
- List available assessment tools
- Discuss how tenant support workers can help
- Discuss harm reduction strategies and establish intervention targets
- Discuss how one social enterprise is helping to address hoarding issues, resulting in safer, pest-free suites
By the end of this session, participants will be able to:
- Understand how harm reduction can be used to help tenants with hoarding
- Learn how to use a clean-out intervention compassionately
- Know where to access helpful resources for hoarding
Who should attend
Front-line support staff/building managers and operators of non-profit housing, as well as well as anyone responsible for setting and/or administering building policies.
Why you should attend
To expand your knowledge of hoarding, and to learn how to better support residents who have difficulty discarding.
Kate Kysow holds a master’s degree in the UBC Clinical Psychology program. She is also a research assistant for the Vancouver-based Hoarding Action Response Team (HART). Her research focuses on hoarding case complexity from the perspective of community-based interventions.
Dylan Goggs is a social entrepreneur and works closely with non profit housing sector, and businesses. In 2010 he launched his first social venture. He is the founder of Simpson Society, CleanStart BC, and Escape to Nature. He is passionate about finding creative solutions for social employment.
Start and end dates
April 11, 2019 - April 11, 2019
6/27/19 10:00 am - 6/27/19 11:30 am PST
$20 plus GST for members $40 plus GST for non-members
How to register
To register, click the large green button at the top of this page: “Login to account”, or “Create an account” (if you do not yet have one). Note: We require a unique email address for each participant. If you need further instructions, click Course registration instructions. You will be sent an email with access instructions at least 48 hours (2 working days) prior to the webinar date.
This webinar will be recorded. Participants will have access to the recording from the BCNPHA website at a later date.
Note: Registration cutoff deadline is 11:59 pm, April 9, due to lead time required to process registration accounts, and provide participants with advance webinar access instructions.