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17/10/2011 - Submitted by: Hohenstein Rena

Our early relationships and experiences shape all aspects of physical and mental health, and are pivotal to who we become and how we function throughout life. We naturally strive forward. The behaviour of young children is meaningful, and understanding this concept is vital for all involved with children. This conference will stimulate dialogue, reflection, a deeper understanding of a child’s total development as rooted in their earliest relationships, and may revolutionize our approaches and practices with young children, their families, and their communities. Who Should Attend: This conference will be of interest to anyone interested in learning and sharing about issues and experiences regarding early years including, but not limited to, the following individuals: Aboriginal Early Childhood Development Professionals, Administrators/Managers, Advocacy Organizations, Behavioural Therapists, Community Development Workers, Counselors, Dietitians and Nutritionists, Early Childhood Educators, Families, Family Development Workers, Family Resource Program Staff, Government Representatives, Infant Development Consultants, Nurses, Occupational Therapists, Parent Educators, Physicians, Physiotherapists, Pregnancy Outreach Groups, Program Facilitators, Psychologists, Researchers, School Administrators, Social Workers, Speech Therapists, Students, Supported Child Development Consultants and Teachers
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Location:
Vancouver, Canada
Start Date:
02/02/2012
End Date:
04/02/2012

Reference

Source:
http://www.interprofessional.ubc...

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