Forensic Disability Specialist

Participants are trained to use ethical guidelines, the coursework included in the ADA Advocacy course, and the Standard of Care. FDS participants do a research project and are groomed to become leaders in the behavioral health professions and legal professions. Judges, attorneys, paralegals, judicial personnel, experienced litigants, physicians, clergy, nurses, social workers, executives of disability groups, expert witnesses, and others interested in the comprehensive study of the ADAAA usually select the Forensic Disability Specialist designation. The ADAAA is taught in the context of litigation, invisible disabilities, and practical application given the realities of the judicial system budgets, traditions, and contemporary problems.

Six 3 hour online sessions taught by Dr. Karin Huffer with selected guest legal experts.

  • Textbook, Syllabus, and Certificate Included
  • Professional listing on website if desired
  • Must recertify yearly
  • Limited partial and full scholarships available
  • Certificates Awarded with court identification

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18 CLE’s for attorneys and 16.5 CEU’s (including 6 Ethics Credits) for social workers and medical professionals

$495 for 18 hours of training
(Includes certificate, badge, textbook, handouts.)

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