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Conference Dates & Structure:
The Conference will be held Monday, November 16, and Tuesday, November 17 virtually via Zoom. The 2020 Conference will include a keynote and two days of conference sessions.
Workshop focus areas include:
Trauma and Resilience Informed Care
Policy, Advocacy, and Efforts to Shift Public Perspective About Early Childhood, Home Visiting, Parenting Education, and Mental Health
Promoting Coordination, Collaboration and Best Practice Across Early Childhood Systems and Services
Telehealth and Virtual Connections with Families and Children during the Pandemic
Workshops will also include an understanding of systems of power, systemic and institutional racism, and root causes, and how these structures affect each topic. Additionally, workshop speakers will be mindful of the changes brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic and how the early childhood field has been changed.
This event welcomes all who want to learn more about the opportunities and vulnerabilities of the first 2,000 days of life. Potential attendees include early childhood professionals working across a wide range of roles and settings to promote children's social and emotional well-being. This includes but is not limited to the following: child protective services staff, child care providers, early interventionists, health department staff, home visitors, parenting educators, social workers, licensed professional counselors, marriage and family counselors, nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, physicians, psychologists, school administrators, special educators, teachers and all interested volunteers, and parents.
The cost of attending the conference is $50.00.
The goal is to strengthen the early childhood systems of care and elevate the importance of early childhood mental health, home visiting and parenting education.
The Conference will be held Monday and Tuesday, November 16 &17 and completely virtually via Zoom
This event welcomes all who want to learn more about the opportunities and vulnerabilities of the first 2000 days of life.