Prevent Child Abuse America: The National Conference for America's Children

  • 18 May 2014
  • 21 May 2014
  • Jacksonville, FL
Adapted from PCAA:
Join us in Jacksonville from May 18 - 21 for The National conference for America's Children!  Take in lectures from world-renowned experts such as Dr. Bruce Perry and Robin Karr-Morse, participate in trainings and workshops on timely topics spanning brain architecture, home visitation, Adverse Childhood Experiences, organizational development and many more, and network with like-minded professionals equally committed to healthy starts for our nation's children!

You won't want to miss this, and we don't want you to either! That's why we're announcing several cost-saving options today to help you make the journey to Jacksonville a little easier: 
  • If you're willing to volunteer by monitoring workshops, we'll offer a $50 reduction in registration to the first 20 applicants! This is a great way to learn from our great workshops while saving a little bit on the bottom line.
  • The Early Bird gets the lunch! Register now to not only take advantage of our Early Bird registration rate (register before April 1!), but also to be entered into a contest to attend a private lunch with Dr. Bruce Perry! Save some money and give yourself a chance to chat with one of the most accomplished researchers in the world of infant mental health.







Click here to see the schedule of workshops and the experts who will be leading them.  Register today to reserve your spot at The 2014 National Conference for America's Children, presented by Prevent Child Abuse America and Healthy Families America.

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