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Brainwave Online Conference - Last Chance To Book

March 10, 2023 at 2:44 PM

From Brainwave -

Mokopuna Pae Ora – Creating Intergenerational Wellbeing

The focus:

The importance of genuine engagement with families in ways that lift and support them.

Who should attend?

Child and whānau focused kaitiaki, professionals and policy advisors working in the education, health, social services and justice sectors.

Why come?

  • To understand what evidence says is effective for tamariki in our communities
  • To learn about innovative practices you can incorporate into your work with whānau
  • To explore what initiatives are likely to be effective while supporting whānau and children
  • To understand the long term health and wellness impacts of early childhood development
  • To hear from Brainwave Kaiako about ‘He Hikoi Mahara’ sharing traditional mātauranga and practises alongside science
  • To hear about the latest findings in longitudinal research – ‘Growing Up in New Zealand’
  • To understand what ‘A fair chance for all: Breaking the cycle of persistent disadvantage’ looks like – the latest report NZ Productivity Commission

Wednesday 15th March 2023, $375 incl. GST, online

Click here for more information and to book

Category: Events