The New Mexico Home Visiting Summit is a gathering of statewide early childhood professionals who work in and advocate for home visiting as an effective model to improve the health and wellbeing of children and families. This event shares knowledge and elevates the profession of home visiting while bolstering family support systems throughout the diverse communities in our state. National and local speakers will engage the audience in presentations and collaborative discussions surrounding groundbreaking work within home visiting, with the goal to deepen our understanding of opportunities and challenges.
Tuesday, September 17, 2019, 7:30am–4:30pm
at the Santa Fe Community Convention Center
201 W. Marcy Street, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501
This year, the keynote speaker is Dr. Bruce Perry, leading child psychiatrist, author, and consultant examining the effects of abuse, neglect, and chaos on childhood brain development.
The event is open to NM home visiting practitioners and program administrators as well as professionals in broader areas of early childhood education, childcare, and family support services.
Registration & Fees:
The 2019 NM Home Visiting Summit is held in conjunction with the Early Childhood Symposium, hosted by the Santa Fe Community College Early Childhood Center of Excellence on Mon., Sept 16 in the same location and featuring a full day with Dr. Bruce Perry. This two-day conference offers understanding, opportunity, and hope to meet the challenges of childhood trauma and development. Attend one or both days!
Day 1 – Early Childhood Symposium: $200 (includes Continuing Education Units)
Day 2 – NM Home Visiting Summit: $100 (includes Continuing Education Units)
Both Days: $275 ($25 discount)