GHP Workshop - Detroit, MI
June 26, 2019, 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
This daylong workshop is hosted by an operating Green House organization, at no cost to the attendee. The workshop, which begins at 10 am and concludes at 4 pm, takes participants through an overview of the Green House model and covers the following elements:
- The Green House Project (GHP) values and essential practices and an exploration of how the model is reflected in various communities.
- The growing evidence base, which shows positive financial, clinical, and quality of life outcomes.
- Conversations with leadership and staff from an operating Green House organization about their experiences.
- A tour of a Green House.
- The latest from The Green House Project as a national initiative, including innovative tools and resources, policy impact, and growing momentum across the country.
This workshop is for those interested in learning more about the model and considering the next step in bringing one to their communities.
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Guest Speaker: Dr. Kathleen Weissberg, MS, OTD, OTR/L, CMDCP, CDP
Education Director, Select Rehabilitation
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