PARTNERING FOR STRENGTH CONFERENCE 2019

PARTNERING FOR STRENGTH

CONFERENCE 2019

 

PLEASE JOIN US

SATURDAY, October 26, 2019

GRAPPONE CENTER, CONCORD, NH

The Partnering for Strength Conference is an annual event focusing on educating, collaborating and enriching families, professionals and youth.

 

FOR PARENTS AND PROFESSIONALS – A full day of sessions for families and professionals who support children and youth of all ages with disabilities and/or special healthcare needs

Keynote Speaker: Zach Rossetti, PhD., Associate Professor of Special Education in the Boston University Wheelock College of Education & Human Development. Inspired by his experiences with his brother Todd, a huge Red Sox fan who has cerebral palsy, Zach will share with us his personal stories of social successes and challenges, as well as research-based strategies to promote authentic friendship between individuals with and without intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Breakout Sessions include: Asking the RIGHT Questions to Get the Answers You Need, Cafe Connections, How Sensory Processing Impacts Your Child, Charting the Life Course™… and more

 Registration is required. Fee is $30 for family members  and $40 for professionals The fee includes a full day of workshops, lunch, refreshments, raffle prizes and a vendor exhibit area.

 

FOR YOUTHA day of sessions and activities planned for youth by youth ages 14-26 with disabilities and/or special health care needs.

Keynote Speaker: Zack Rossetti, PhD. Associate Professor of Special Education in the Boston University Wheelock College of Education & Human Development will talk on “Connecting with Friends and Peers”.

Breakout Sessions include:  Connect with Your Voice, Connect with Your Community, Connect with Yourself and Connect Through Expression

Registration is required. Fee is $20 which includes lunch, snacks and beverages and an ice cream social.

 

Register by October 14, 2019 

For more information and to register:

http://www.partnering4strength.org

Questions?  Contact  admin@picnh.org or call: or 603-224-7005

 

 

 

Posted in on October 3, 2019