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Conferences

Date March 29 – 31, 2017
Time  
Sponsor Child Welfare League of America (CWLA)
Conference Advancing Excellence in Practice & Policy: Highlighting Successful Strategies to Address the Needs of Children, Youth, & Families.
Location Hyatt Regency Capitol Hill
400 New Jersey Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20001
Hyperlink http://www.cwla.org/success2017/
Notes The CWLA National Blueprint vision is that all children will grow up safely, in loving families and supportive communities, with everything they need to flourish and with connections to their culture, ethnicity, race, and language. To achieve this vision, we are called to move from theory to implementation, and to share successful practices, tools, and resources that meet the needs of families, communities, and systems and contribute to improving outcomes for children and families. The 2017 CWLA National Conference, Advancing Excellence in Practice and Policy: Highlighting Successful Strategies to Address the Needs of Children, Youth, and Families is a prime opportunity for America’s new administration, influential service providers, leaders, advocates, youth, and families to meet and promote excellence in policy and practice toward today’s critical topics and their effect on children, youth, and families.
The conference will feature evidence-informed/based programs and practices, and related policies and tools that lead to successful implementation of practices, services, and programs, resulting in improved outcomes for children, youth, and families—and that are most likely to generate positive attention in the public policy context.

 

Date April 01-2017
Time 08:30 AM - 04:00 PM
Sponsor Coordinated by Concerned Persons for Adoption
Co-sponsored by the New Jersey Interagency Adoption Council and
Rutgers University School of Social Work: Institute For Families
Conference New Jersey’s 35th Annual “Let’s Talk Adoption” Conference April 01, 2017
Location Rutgers UniversityBusch Campus CenterPiscatawayNJ
Hyperlink Contact Info:paben48@gmail.com
Notes Call for Proposals information
Early Registration Fee: $65 per person ($100/couple)
Walk-in Registration Fee: $90 per person ($150/couple)
Student Fee $30
Continuing Education Hours
NJ & PA Social Workers, Licensed Professional Counselors, NJ Teachers
Maximum 5 CEH Hours
Provided by Rutgers University Office of Continuing Education
$20 processing fee for Continuing Education Hours/Credits
Please visit www.cpfanj.org for more information and registration form as it becomes available
To be placed on the mailing list contact: paben48@gmail.com
Host/Sponsor:Coordinated by Concerned Persons for Adoption Co-sponsored by the New Jersey Interagency Adoption Council and Rutgers University School of Social Work: Institute For Families
For more information click here

 

Date August 29 – September 1, 2017
Time  
Sponsor Daniel Kids Foundation, Inc.
Conference 30th Annual National Independent Living Conference
For Adults and Youth
“Growing Pains”
Location Orlando, Florida
Hyperlink http://www.danielkids.org/page.aspx?pid=430
Notes Daniel’s mission is to provide quality services for youth and families. One way we do that is by helping professionals, clients, and their respective organizations establish and maintain effective Independent Living Programs. Now in its 30th year, Daniel’s National Independent Living Conference, Growing Pains, is a must-attend event for youth service professionals, independent living professionals, and youth aged 15 and up.
Growing Pains presenters include experts in the field of independent living who lead training sessions, workshops, panel discussions, and leadership and team building activities dedicated to the needs of youth who are currently in care. Each general session and workshop offers innovative ideas on how youth can adapt to life’s ever-changing situations and be properly guided to become competent, responsible, independent adults. For conference attendees seeking extra training, plan to attend pre-conference institutes one day prior to the general conference start.
The "Growing Pains" Conference is endorsed as the official conference of the National Independent Living Association (NILA).


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