Connections UnitingCare Conference

EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION CLOSING IN ONE WEEK!

Connections UnitingCare Conference Leading Practice – Making a difference in the lives of children and families.

Are you working in the social services, welfare, education, early childhood, health and community development sectors and interested in finding out more about the latest innovative work that is leading the way in improving the lives of children and families?

Featuring keynote speakers from around the world including author Maia Szalavitz, UnitingCare Australia CEO, Lin Hatfield-Dodds, Professor of Evidence Informed Practice, Professor Aron Shlonsky, this conference will address areas of work that are leading the way in improving the lives of those most vulnerable in our community.

Delegates also have the opportunity to attend workshop presentations by Andrew Fuller and Lindsay Tighe.

The Connections UnitingCare Conference has been accredited by the AASW. Registered social workers can use their attendance at this conference towards their CPD points.

Early Bird registrations close in one week.

For more information as well as the full conference program visit connections.org.au/conference or follow Connections on Twitter to get our regular Conference updates.

 

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