February 21st, 9:30-3:30pm
Samis Education Center, at Children's Hospital, OUHSC campus.
We would like to sincerely thank you for your past support and partnership as we strive collectively to build an inclusive comprehensive network of services for Oklahoma children with disabilities. Our 2014 SUCCESSforlife Symposium is scheduled for February 21st, 9:30-3:30pm at the Samis Education Center, at Children's Hospital, OUHSC campus. The day is purpose driven but exciting as we launch and showcase groundbreaking initiatives new to sooner SUCCESS while highlighting the achievements of our partnerships throughout the state. This will be an exciting day for Oklahoma children and their families facing challenges of disabilities and chronic health conditions as well as community partnerships working together to meet their unique needs. Our morning will be packed with amazing guest speakersand even include a surprise performance from some very talented youth!
Also in collaboration with the Oklahoma Center of Non-Profits we are excited to offer again, afternoon breakout sessions focused on community mobilization in creating an inclusive comprehensive system of services for Oklahoma Children. Breakout sessions include but not limited to, IMPaCT certification, social media etiquette, marketing community initiatives, 501c3 & board management, and grant writing.
Geared towards local community leaders, this event is free and open to the public. Because attendance is limited weencourage youto register as soon as possible. Attendees for example, may be individuals involved in a Sooner SUCCESS, Systems of Care, OCCY, Turning Point, Home Visitation or IMPaCT certified coalition. They may come from both the public or private sector, chamber of commerce or local government, non-profit leadership or may be advocates for families or children facing the challenges of disability, including children in care.Participants may alsoinclude graduates of or participating in leadership programs such as Partners in Policymaking or Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and Related Disabilities (LEND). We are seeking a balance of individuals to represent all three quadrants of pediatric care -social, educational, and medical, from every county in the state and are seeking your suggestions and involvement.Those of you who have already been formally designated as delicate on behalf of your organizationplease go ahead and register, our reservations are being held.
We appreciate as always your enormous support and are delighted to have you share in Oklahoma's collective and inclusive mission of providing the very best for our children.
We hopeto see you on February 21st!
Sooner SUCCESS, State Director
Building-Supporting-Serving INCLUSIVE Communities for Oklahoma Children.
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