Conference 2019: Creating Community Through Connections
Tuesday, April 16 – Wednesday April 17, 2019
10600 Westminster Blvd.
Westminster, CO 80020
The Parent Possible Home Visiting Conference brings together home visitors and supervisors from Parents as Teachers (PAT) and Home Instruction for Parents of Preschool Youngsters (HIPPY), both evidence-based home visiting programs focused on parent engagement. This conference provides home visiting specific training, professional development, and networking opportunities for over 200 participants from Colorado and neighboring states, along with attendance from representatives of Parents as Teachers National Center and HIPPY USA.
Making a profound difference for nearly 25 years, Craig has spoken to over one million people internationally and in all 50 states. From cops to gang members, from surgeons to school superintendents, from lawyers to realtors; he addresses corporate executives, child-abuse-prevention specialists, and social service advocates of all kinds, …. college professors, federal prison workers, mental health specialists and the armed forces. Thousands of organizations rely on Craig to help them transform the obstacles that keep them stuck, lift them up and breathe new life into their purpose!
Aside from numerous interviews and articles written by or about Craig, he authored the book” Improv 101, Unleashing Your Creative Spirit” and has an audio program “The Intelligence of Fun, Live with Craig Zablocki”.
REGISTRATION IS NOW LIVE
Early Bird Special (CO PAT/HIPPY Sites ONLY): $135 + fees
Regular Registration: $150 + fees
REQUEST FOR WORKSHOP PROPOSALS
Apply here to share your knowledge and expertise with home visiting professionals.
Topic Areas of Interest:
- Health, Safety & Wellness (e.g. Mental Health, Domestic Violence, Healthy Eating/Active Living, Substance Abuse, Mindfulness, Stress Management/Preventing Burnout, Leadership)
- Home Visitor Best Practices & Resources (e.g. Recruiting/Engaging Families, Cultural Sensitivity, Prenatal Care, Pregnancy Related Depression, Children’s Health/Brain Development)
- Innovative Program Strategies (e.g. Home Visiting Frameworks, Advocacy & Policy, How to Effectively Measure and Report to Grantors, Data & Evaluation)
*Other topic areas are also welcome and will be considered.
Thank You to Last Year’s Conference Sponsors!