The Impact of Trauma on Learning and Development Conference 2013

New York, New York
Friday, November 01, 2013

The Impact of Trauma on Learning and Development Conference 2013
Friday, November 01, 2013 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM (Eastern Time)

CAS National Center for Community Schools
The Interchurch Center
475 Riverside Drive (Enter on 61 Claremont Ave)
New York, New York 10115
United States

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The Impact of Trauma on Learning and Development Conference 2013

The Conference is a collaboration between the Children’s Aid Society and The New York Foundling to address this critical issue facing children.  The conference theme is the impact of trauma on the education of children and youth. Current research documents the effects of traumatic stress on children and their learning needs. Throughout the conference presenters are invited to discuss the research, and the implications for learning and learning environments.  Afternoon workshops are led by practitioners and researchers who will focus on best practices and effective strategies of working with children and youth affected by trauma.  

Who Should Attend?  (back to top)
The conference is designed to engage educators, social service providers, child welfare workers and medical and mental health professionals working with youth in-side and in support of school settings. 

Registration & Fee
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We encourage you to register immediately by clicking on the "Register Now" button at the top of the page. Please note that participants are responsible for covering their transportation and expenses. Included in the registration fee is breakfast and lunch.


About The Children's Aid Society  (back to top)
The Children’s Aid Society has been serving children for more than 150 years, a testament to its adaptability to the ever-changing needs of young people. Today, Children’s Aid serves more than 70,000 children and their families at more than 45 sites throughout New York City. All aspects of a child’s development are addressed as he or she grows, from health care to academics to sports and the arts. Because stable children live in stable families, a host of services are available to parents, including housing assistance, domestic violence counseling and health care access.  Visit the CAS website.

About The New York Foundling
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In 1869, three Sisters of Charity opened their doors to save the lives of babies being abandoned on the streets of New York, beginning the tremendous legacy of the New York Foundling. Over the past 144 years, the Sisters’ ministry has continued evolving from a respite home for abandoned children, to a comprehensive spectrum of community support services designed to empower the vulnerable children and families of New York. While social situations and our approach to our mission have evolved, we continue to share our founders’ belief that no one should ever be abandoned, and that all children deserve the right to grow up in loving and stable environments. To learn more visit the NY Foundling Website


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Payment Instructions

  • $30.00 - Standard Registration
    $55.00 - Late Registration (starts 10/28/13)

    Major credit cards are accepted.
    Purchase orders accepted until 10/11/13

    Refund deadline is 10/4/13  minus service fee
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