SAVE THE DATE FOR #KBHNConf2020 November 9 – 14, 2020
New and Emerging Ways of Connection
Dates: November 9-13, 2020
Location: Virtual Conference
April 2020 marked the start of Cycle III for Kids Brain Health Network and the beginning of a new era – an era that continues to focus on three significant challenges that are critical across virtually all neurodevelopmental disabilities: early identification, evidence-based interventions, and enhanced family support. Only this time, with a new emphasis on implementation and the importance of accelerating research findings into practice.
Since the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a pandemic on March 11, 2020, our community has faced unprecedented challenges. Challenges such as the continuance of valuable research and training, the mobilizing of community agencies to continue services and supports and increased difficulties for children with NDD and their families in accessing such supports from a home base. Navigating in these rapidly developing times calls for new ways of connecting and emerging ways of delivering services and supports.
With sessions across four days, the KBHN Conference will focus on these challenges and innovative solutions along with the vital role of technology, innovation and policy decision-making in an ever-changing world.
Save the Date (November 9-14, 2020) and join our annual flagship conference.