Registration is now open for the
27th Annual Fulfilling the Promise Conference: Charting the Course
When: April 5-6, 2022
Where: Virtually via Zoom
Register Here: https://whova.com/portal/registration/fulfi_202204/
The theme this year showcases the new and uncharted directions in a changing world. To showcase the community behind Home Visiting in Wisconsin and how the Family First initiative is part of the changing force of child welfare. How even during a global pandemic, there are many agencies, resources, programs and people that contribute to making each child’s experience the best possible. We aim to have representation across programs (home visiting, child welfare, foster and adoptive services) and across services (health, education, wellness, legal, law enforcement) to talk best practices and ultimately bring together a community that brings cutting edge techniques and forward-thinking initiatives to better the lives of families and children.
Cost: $75.00 per person, which is inclusive of both days of the conference, and access to recorded material for all presentations for 6 months after the conclusion of the conference. It also includes certain conference materials mailed to you at the address you provide at registration.
This year promises to be as informative and exciting as ever with 2 full days of presentations and 3 great keynote presentations by Lundy Bancroft, Dr. Caroline Leaf, and Dr. Robert Sege of Tufts University, as well as 18 great presentation sessions.
The conference will be managed in the Whova Conference App and more information will be emailed to you once you complete the registration process. All conference materials, Zoom links, bios and interaction will take place inside this app, which can be accessed via the web or smart device. Payment will be via check or credit card here: https://uwm.universitytickets.com/w/event.aspx?id=1787 (this information will also be sent with your registration confirmation.
Registration closes on April 1, 2022.