25th Annual Conference on Youth – October 2, 2014

The 25th Annual Conference on Youth will be held on Thursday, October 2, 2014, at the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum, 4000 Parnell Avenue, Fort Wayne, Indiana 46805.

Keynote speakers include Judge Glenda Hatchett (A Promise to Keep), Kent Pekel, EdD (Developmental Relationships that help children succeed), and Catherine Steiner-Adair (The Big Disconnect: The Impact of Technology on Childhood, Family Life, and Education).  There will also be a variety of workshops, including:

  • The Perseverance Process
  • Fast Forward Childhood: The Impact of Tech on Early Childhood and Elementary Age Years (Infants to 10 Year Olds)
  • Education, Disability, and Delinquent Behavior: The Case for Doing Things Differently
  • Beyond Resilience: Why are So Many Kids Today so Fragile?
  • Effects of Domestic Violence on Brain Development
  • The Challenge to Help America’s Children Soar
  • Teens, Tech, Temptation and Trouble?: Acting Out on the Big (and Little) Screen
  • Literacy and Opportunity: Promoting Literacy as a Vehicle for Transformation of Marginalized Youth
  • The Medicalization of Misbehavior
  • Promoting Resiliency Through Trauma-Informed Practices for Children of Domestic Violence

The registration fee is $35.00 and includes the keynote addresses, workshops, service provider fair, bookstore, continental breakfast, and buffet lunch.  Registration links are available here.

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