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Thu, Apr 11



TFC Webinar: Workforce Recruitment & Retention with Dr. Laura Brackin (Part 2 of 2)

Please join us for the second part of the Workforce Recruitment & Retention webinar! Tired of being ghosted? Tired of paying to onboard employees, only to have them quit within weeks of being hired? If so, you are not alone!

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TFC Webinar: Workforce Recruitment & Retention with Dr. Laura Brackin (Part 2 of 2)
TFC Webinar: Workforce Recruitment & Retention with Dr. Laura Brackin (Part 2 of 2)

Time & Location

Apr 11, 2024, 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM EDT


About the Event

The second Workforce Recruitment and Retention webinar (2/2) by Dr. Laura Brackin of Brackin & Associates will focus on the following: 

  • Employee Supports & Support Strategies
  • Peer Supports & Peer Mentors
  • Advancement Opportunities
  • Supervision & Coaching
  • Employee Participation
  • Recognizing & Rewarding Staff
  • Measuring Progress
  • Resources

The first webinar video is posted on our website.

Dr. Brackin's major leadership roles included serving as:

·  Director of Louisiana’s Office for Citizens with Developmental Disabilities,

·  Executive Director of a statewide advocacy organization,

·  Director of the University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities, (UCEDD) Community Development Program, and

·  Executive Director for the Louisiana Governor’s Office of Disability Affairs.

Dr. Brackin has served as an expert witness on disability issues at the state and federal level.  She has testified before many legislative committees and was invited to speak before the United States Congressional Committee on Aging regarding long term care for individuals with mental and physical disabilities.  Her testimony has influenced improvements in service delivery systems, disability policy, mental health policy, employment policy, and the rights of individuals with disabilities.

Dr. Brackin holds a doctoral degree in Educational Leadership and Research from Louisiana State University (LSU) and was a faculty member of LSU’s Health Sciences Center for 14 years where she taught Research and Evidenced Based Practice, Management and Leadership in Health Sciences Professions, and disability-related courses.  She has received several awards for her accomplishments in the disability field, including the President’s Committee on Mental Retardation Public Policy Award, the National Conference of Executives of The Arc Rising Star Award, and the American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Leadership Award (LA-AAIDD).

Today, Dr. Brackin remains focused on improving the lives of people with a DD, by empowering home and community-based providers.  Her talent lies in generating practical solutions and presenting complex information in ways that make sense.

Unless noted otherwise, our online events are recorded and posted on our website at  Anyone can access our webinar and blog posts, so please register only if you are planning to attend the live event.

Please note that the event will take place in Eastern Standard Time.

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