Children Thrive When Families Thrive - Brainwave Conference
*** Updated ***
18 May & 20 May 2021
Auckland (18 May): Ellerslie Event Centre, 100 Ascot Avenue, Ellerslie, Auckland
Wellington (20 May): Pipitea Marae and Function Centre, 55 Thorndon Quay, Thorndon, Wellington
$295, to be confirmed
Conference focus: The importance of genuine engagement with families through a nurturing system that lifts and supports.
*** Update *** The organiser advises that this conference (both locations) will be re-scheduled. The conference will now take place on 18 May 2021 (Auckland) and 20 May 2021 (Wellington). The conference topic and keynote speaker will remain the same. All current registrations will be automatically transferred to the new event. Please go to https://www.brainwave.org.nz/presentations/conference-2020-postponed/ for more information.
Attend the conference:
- 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 about the latest findings in longitudinal research – ‘Growing up in New Zealand’.
The conference will be held in Auckland and Wellington.
Dr Robyn Mildon, Executive Director, Centre for Evidence and Implementation; Knowledge Translation & Implementation, Melbourne
Professor Frank Bloomfield – Liggins Institute
Professor Susan Morton – The University of Auckland
Angie Tangaere – The Southern Initiative
Judy Bailey, Brainwave Founding Trustee