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2013 Santa Clara County Children's Summit - Whatever it Takes

Kids in Common: A Program of Planned Parenthood Mar Monte

Friday, March 1, 2013 from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM (PST)

2013 Santa Clara County Children's Summit - Whatever...

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Registration has been closed: Please contact Vicky Neider at 1.408.795.3771 or vneider@kidsincommon.org for more information if you are still interested in attending this event!


The Sixth Annual Santa Clara County Children’s Summit invites community leaders to forge new partnerships and work across boundaries to achieve the goals of the Children’s Agenda: Every child safe, healthy, successful in learning, and successful in life. This year the Children’s Summit will not only celebrate our accomplishments, but it will also provide workshop sessions on new and emerging topics such as addressing the needs of homeless youth, creating a 21st century education for every student  and the political landscape for children in California.

Event Cost: $75 | SV CAN Members: $65

Please contact Vicky Neider @ vneider@kidsincommon.org or 1.408.795.3771 for information on reserving a Table for 10 at a reduced price.

Scholarships Available! We have scholarships available for those who want to
attend but cannot afford to pay the full cost. Please contact us at
info@kidsincommon.org or call 408-795-3771.


Educators: Please do not allow the registration fee for the Children’s Summit to prevent you from attending! See scholarship info above.


Summit program:
9:00   – Registration
9:30   – Workshops – Click to see workshop information
10:45 – Workshops - Click to see workshop information
12:00 – Plenary Session Begins: Welcome
12:15 – Luncheon - Emcee: Dr. Xavier De La Torre, Superintendent, Santa Clara County Office of
            Education
12:30 – Keynote Presentation - Dr. Nadine Burke Harris from the Center for Youth Wellness,
            San Francisco

1:10  – How Are Santa Clara County Children Faring? Status Update
1:40  – Bold Steps for Children Award – Yerba Buena High School
1:55  – Closing

 

Keynote Speaker:
Dr. Nadine Burke Harris
Center for Youth Wellness

Dr. Nadine Burke Harris is a founder of the California Pacific Medical Center (CPMC) Bayview Child Health Center where she has a clinical practice and served as medical director. She has received international recognition for her innovative approach to addressing how adverse childhood experiences can become medical risk factors for adult illness, such as heart disease and cancer. A recent magazine profile of Dr. Burke Harris in The New Yorker said that the doctor’s research has opened the door to “reassess the relationship between poverty, child development and health.” Dr. Burke Harris has begun a new project to create the Center for Youth Wellness which integrates medical and mental health care as well as provides holistic and social services to improve the health of urban children and youth. Her special areas of interest are health disparities, child trauma, nutrition and asthma, and her passion is serving communities where poverty and race present challenges to conventional health care and education.

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Villa Ragusa, Campbell
35 South 2nd Street
Campbell, CA 95008

Friday, March 1, 2013 from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM (PST)


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