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September 9 & 10, 2010
INDIANA ASSOCIATION OF ADOPTION AND CHILD CARE SERVICES INC.
2010 FORUM THEME:
FORTY YEARS OF CARING
Pre-Conference on September 8, 2010
Registration information click HERE!
Lunch will be provided
This all day free training is sure to leave you encouraged, enlightened and empowered. Each participant will be provided materials. We only have room for 100 professionals (please note this one day training is for professionals only). Registration will be accepted on a first come first serve basis. Once the pre-conference is full, there will be a wait list. You will receive an email the week prior to the pre-conference confirming your spot. CEUs have been requested through NASW.
TO REGISTER FOR THE ADOPTION FORUM
Amy has been married to her husband Lee for nearly 25 years. She is the mother of seven adopted children. She and her husband are current foster/ adoptive parents. Amy is a FAKT trainer for Foster Care Services, Inc. She is a strong advocate for at-risk families and is a huge proponent for ongoing trainings for all levels of parenting. Amy has a wealth of knowledge and has been working with children, teens and families for over 20 years.
Amy is a public speaker. She is an author and has done extensive domestic and international traveling while working with families and teens throughout the world. Amy is the Co-Founder of WOVEN, Inc. a faith based �family nurturing center� located in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Amy enjoys teaching, learning, and spending time with her family and friends.
This Boundaries Training is vital for every person. Boundaries are important. They establish where you begin as well as where you end. Boundaries help you understand and differentiate yourself from someone else.
This training will leave you knowing more about yourself. You will learn the impact you have upon others and the profound impact they have upon you, throughout your lifetime. You will learn how emotional distance, physical distance and consequences all play an intricate role in who a child becomes.
Bonding is the foundation of Boundary Building, Boundary Building is the foundation of Bridge Building, and Bridge Building is the foundation for Social Inclusion. Social Inclusion is the beginning of Conflict Prevention and Personal Peace.For information on attending the full two day Adoption Forum,
please contact Priscilla Kamrath at (317) 787-3412, ext. 29
fax (317) 787-0482; or email email@example.com
The purpose of this organization is the evaluation, development, improvement, and coordination of all adoption and child care services in the State of Indiana. To meet this purpose, the IAACCS Board plans and promotes an annual adoption forum.
Attending the forum is a GREAT way to earn
10 CEU Credits
*Foster parents can gain 10 training hours by attending the full conference.
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