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Immigrant and Regugee Families: Current Context

Tue, August 21, 2018
10:00 AM – 12:00 PM CDT

LOCATION: JCFS, Abe and Ida Cooper Center, 6639 N. Kedzie, Chicago, IL 60645

Every child and family deserves to feel welcome, safe and valued regardless of their actual or perceived immigration or citizenship status. In this seminar, learn about the current political climate's effect on young children and families. This seminar will include an activity on preparedness planning.

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37th Annual ILAIMH Fall Conference

“Infant Mental Health: The Role of Enculturation in Promotion and Prevention”

October 19, 2018. 9am - 4pm. UIC Forum

Presenter: Dr. Cynthia Garcia Coll, Associate Director of Institutional Center of Scientific Research, Albizu University, San Juan, Puerto Rico

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Dolores Norton Research Award

ILAIMH Announces the 2018 Fall Conference Dolores Norton Research Award.

This award provides $5,000 to support research on an open topic regarding the families of infants or young children.

The award is open to doctoral students or postdoctoral fellows enrolled in or affiliated with an educational or research institution in Illinois.

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