ASCS Brings Exciting Learning Opportunity to Saskatchewan’s Adoption Community!
This summer ASCS’s Resource Director Leah Deans had the opportunity to attend a 3-day National Adoption Conference hosted online by the North American Council on Adoptable Children (NACAC) nacac.org
Once a year NACAC brings together North America’s leading adoption and permanency experts and specialists to share valuable information.
Deans commented that she has attended NACAC conferences a number of times during her 20 years at ASCS and the adoption and permanency learning is unparalleled. “Having the top experts speak on relevant and important adoption issues all in one place and at one time, allows you to connect a lot of the dots in what is most needed and important to families and children.”
A simple way of defining permanency for children/youth is stability but it is much more than that.
Permanency for children/youth is an expansive term defined as positive, healthy, nurturing relationships with adults who provide support (emotional, financial, moral, educational, and other kinds) as well as unconditional commitment over the course of a lifetime.
ASCS is pleased to provide a slice of this information to individuals, families and professionals by bringing Karen Moore’s NACAC presentation to you!
The Top 10 Things we Need to Know About Permanency
Don’t miss this 1.5 hour live webinar on February 17th! 10:00am.
Registration is required and will be free.
This workshop will offer concrete strategies for success in navigating the permanency journey.
Karen Moore (MA Leadership, BSDS, ECE, RSW) is a permanency competent professional who has worked in the field of permanency, trauma and child and youth mental health for over 20 years! She is the proud mother of 4 children and her family was formed through permanency.
“We all have expertise on this journey—learning with and beside each other is the most powerful part of the journey.”
~ Karen Moore
To register call ASCS: 306-665-7272 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
To learn more about the Seven Core Issues in Adoption and permanency see link to our website