Childhood Conversations, Together We Will, and the Office of Early Childhood (OEC) present the Together We Will Conference.
Conference Theme: “Together We Will…Learn to Support and Develop Children’s Social Emotional Skills to Reduce Challenging Behaviors, Strengthen Families and Communities”
Workshop sessions address the following specific groups: Parents, Parenting Educators, Early Childhood Teachers/Caregivers, Elementary Teachers, Mental Health Providers, After School Professionals, and Early Intervention Providers. The conference is open to anyone that shares an interest in the betterment of communities, children, and families.
Lise Fox, Ph.D., Prof. & Dir. of National Center for Pyramid Model Innovation, University of South Florida
Nick Yoder, Ph.D., Dir. of Policy and Practice, Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning
Friday, March 29, 2019 & Saturday, March 30, 2019
8:30 am - 3:45 pm
Please click here to register
Registration Deadline is March 22, 2019
Every year CCFSA honors those who are true champions for CT's children and families through either their employment or volunteer work with a CCFSA member agency. We also honor someone who has made extraordinary contributions to strengthening families with the Dan O'Connell Lifetime Achievement Award. For more information about this event, please email Bill Hass at email@example.com or call the CCFSA office at (860) 571-0093.
CCFSA will be participating in Nonprofits Week at the Capitol building. We'll be sharing information about the Council, our programs and our legislative agenda.
Hosted by the CT Data Collaborative
Hear from the Lt. Governor-Elect, the Mayor of Hartford, the Census Regional Director, the State’s Chief Data Officer, and other elected officials about the plans for Connecticut with Census 2020. Learn about the impact the census will have on federal dollars into Connecticut, how the data are used to determine state representation, and how individuals and organizations can get involved.
Click here to view information regarding the agenda, registration and parking.
*Update: To watch the full footage covering the forum please click here.
CCFSA member agencies, their staff, Executive branch officials, legislators, special guests and former CCFSA Family Legislators of the Year gathered to honor Representative Jay Case as the CCFSA 2018 Family Legislator of the Year Celebration at the state capitol building in Room 310. Please see the press release for more details. Follow this link to view a brief video with highlights of the events.
CCFSA is joining other CT Nonprofit Providers in sponsoring a legislative breakfast hosted by CCARC in New Britain. We urge our policy makers to join us to learn more about the essential services we provide to keep people stable, healthy, safe and thriving.