NAPO Chicago November Chapter Meeting (VIRTUAL)

  • Thu, November 09, 2023
  • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Zoom Virtual Meeting


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  • For NAPO Chicago Chapter Member
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  • For those not a NAPO Chicago member and without an approved guest pass. Please note guest registration fee is non-refundable. Chapter program recordings available to members only.

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Featured Program: LGBTQ+ - Affirming Best Practices
Presented by: Tiffany Favers du Shine

This facilitated discussion is designed for participants with beginner to intermediate levels of familiarity with topics around gender, gender identity and expression, and sexuality. The content of this program will include pronoun practice, historical context, and terminology. Speaker Tiffany Favers du Shine will also offer practical tips and best practices and will end with a Q&A session for attendees.

This Zoom program will feature an open meeting format with the opportunity for full participation in live Q&A. There will also be open discussion & informal networking time immediately following the program.

The goals of this discussion will be to:
  • Build participants’ comfort with terminology
  • Build and share skills regarding respectful communication with clients
  • Scenario-based work designed to help participants create welcoming environments and consider/address the needs of LGBTQ2IA+ clients

Tiffany Favers du Shine is a proud Black queer woman, born and raised in Ohio. She is currently based in Chicago and happy to be back in her beloved Midwest. In her professional life she is a social worker specializing in work with LGBTQ+ older adults, caregiver support, and dementia care & a consultant/facilitator. In her personal life she is a lover of music and dancing, an amateur baker and an aspiring spiritual healer.

Tiffany has a passion for helping to facilitate conversations around systems of oppression and privilege, and the role we all play as agents and targets. She works to bring an empathetic and engaging approach to help folks be prepared and ready to engage in these necessary but sometimes difficult conversations.

Her goal is to help get teams, groups and organizations on a path to move towards equitable, respectful, and responsible interactions.

Tiffany received her MSW from the Boston College School of Social Work in May 2015. She also has an MA in Higher Education and Student Affairs and a BS in Human Development and Family Science, both from The Ohio State University. Tiffany is a proud alum of Flashback Sunday, an LGBT Elders of Color group. She is also a planning team member of the LGBT Aging Issues Network (LAIN) with the American Society on Aging.

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