About WI CAN
WI CAN is an inter-disciplinary public-private partnership that works to improve the response to child maltreatment through ongoing education and a web-based peer review network. It connects professionals statewide to medical expertise to improve access to medical input in child maltreatment investigations. WI CAN creates the environment where professionals work cooperatively to reach the ideal outcome for every child.
Upcoming WebinarsNOTE: Due to unexpected scheduling challenges, September’s webinar has been cancelled.
Attempted Strangulation in Child Maltreatment
October 18, 2019
Lynn Cook, MSW, CAPSW and Sara Haberlein, PNP
Upcoming Conferences and Trainings
Wisconsin Serving Victims of Crime Conference
August 21-23, 2019 – Wisconsin Dells, WI
Wisconsin Forensic Interview Guidelines Training
This five-day, interactive program is designed to introduce participants to the Wisconsin Forensic Interview Guidelines.
October 21-24, 2019 – Sturgeon Bay, WI
Registration now open!
Initial Response to Child Maltreatment
September 11 – 13, 2019 – Waukesha, WI
November 12-14, 2019 – Appleton, WI
This course is designed to enhance child interviewing skills and information gathering to allow for accurate and meaningful information to be gathered from children who are alleged to be child abuse victims or children who have witnessed abuse or violence. Participants will learn about the impact of language and development on gathering accurate information from children, question strategies that contribute to dynamics of memory and suggestibility, and how and when to adopt a multidisciplinary approach to assessments. All content will be reflected in the concept that interviews have the purpose of gathering accurate information from children about events they experience.