14th-Annual-Family-Leadership-Conference-Banner April 19-20, 2019 Albuquerque, New Mexico. Leadership Institute April 18, 2018 with Parents Reaching Out logo of figure holding a child in the center of the banner.

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This conference will help families improve their skills in advocating for their children and in impacting the systems that affect their children. There will be fun networking opportunities with about 400 participants from around the state and a selection of workshop strands that will provide important information and perspectives to both families and professionals.

Some of the topics that the conference will address:

  • Information about Early Childhood, Special Education, Healthcare, Parent Engagement and transitions
  • Engaging parents in leadership
  • Building advocacy skills
  • Laws, regulations, policies, and best-practices for increasing parental involvement
  • Skills and strategies for communication, sharing stories, and record-keeping
  • The value of family-to-family networking and ways to make it happen
  • Tips on creating connections with local and statewide resources
  • Methods for creating and/or maintaining strong partnerships between families and professionals
  • Leveraging individual identity (culture, language, family uniqueness and more) to become stronger advocates for children, family, and community
  • Selected sessions will be presented in Spanish.

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Parents Reaching Out
Attn: Andrea Leon
1920 Columbia Dr SE
Albuquerque, NM 87106
Phone: (505)247-0192 or 1-800-524-5176
Email: Aleon@parentsreachingout.org

randow lineThe 2018 conference was brought to you with the support of:

Logo for New Mexico Family Infant Toddler Program, mother and father holding their baby. Brindle Foundation logo Logo of the Great seal of Navajo Nations, around seal with a cloud, three livestock, corn, and four mountains. Logo for The Arc of New Mexico yellow curved line. Logo for NM Public Education Department Logo for DDPC NM Developmental Disabilities Planning Council, graphic of a person standing in front of a pathway.