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  • 7:30 a.m. Registration Opens
    Breakfast
  • 8:30 a.m. Welcome remarks from Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley | Video
    Great Hall
  • 8:40 a.m. Ohio Governor Mike DeWine remarks | Video
    Great Hall
  • 8:57 a.m. Ohio Children’s Hospital Association Board Chair and Dayton Children’s Hospital / President and CEO Debbie Feldman introduces morning keynote | Video
    Great Hall
  • 9:00 a.m. Morning keynote from Child Welfare Advocate Mark Anthony Garrett | Video
    Great Hall
  • 10:05 a.m. Transition
  • 10:15 a.m. Breakout session 1 – Be Well (Prevention)
    Children are shaped by their early experiences – sites, sounds, and interactions with the adults in their lives – for better or for worse. When these experiences are nurturing and enriching, children can thrive. This session will help attendees design environments and practices that promote the wellbeing of children and prevent the occurrence of trauma.
    • Medical Track
      Dir. Lori Criss of OMHAS as Facilitator, with Steven Jewell, Deb Robison, Holli Ritzenthaler, and Robert Shaprio
      Presentations | Video

    • Education Track
      Sup. Paolo DeMaria of ODE as Facilitator, with Uma Kotagal, Glenn Thomas, Jackie Renegado, Dennis Embry
      Presentations | Video

    • Parent/Community Track
      Dir. Kimberly Hall of ODJFS as Facilitator, with Robert T. Ammerman, Benjamin Kearney, and Holly Raffle
      Presentations | Video

  • 11:30 a.m. Transition/Pick up boxed lunch at exit from each breakout session
  • 11:45 a.m. Lunch + discussion with Ohio Lt. Governor Jon Husted | Video
    Facilitated by Ohio Mental Health and Addiction Services Director Lori Criss
  • 12:15 p.m. Transition
  • 12:30 p.m. Breakout session 2—Get Well (Early Intervention/Treatment)
    Resiliency is possible for all children, even those who have experienced trauma. Through healthy relationships with caring adults, children can build resiliency, but children must learn to do so. In this session, attendees will learn strategies to identify signs of trauma and then respond with resiliency-building strategies to help children have the tools they need.
    • Medical Track
      Dir. Maureen Corcoran of Medicaid as Facilitator, with Lori Stark, Alissa Huth-Bocks, Michael Fox, and Ryan Mast
      Presentations Track | Video

    • Education Track
      Dir. Kim Hauck of DODD as Facilitator, with Adam Shank, Mary Kay Irwin, Amie Burr, and Cnacy Bleil
      Presentations | Video

    • Parent/Community Track
      Deputy Dir. Brie Lusheck of Children's Initiatives as Facilitator, with Adrienne Fricker-Elhai, Cindi Crew, Richard Shepler, and John Duby
      Presentations | Video

  • 1:45 p.m. Transition
  • 1:55 p.m. Breakout session 3—Stay Well (Recovery)
    For some, recovering from a traumatic experience can be a lifelong journey. This session will provide attendees with ways to promote lifelong wellbeing for children, so that they continue to make physically and emotionally healthy decisions that lead them into and through adulthood.
  • Medical Track
    Debbie Feldman of OCHA as Facilitator, with Mark Mecum, Laura Nabors, Russell Spieth, and Nancy Cunningham
    Presentations | Video

  • Education Track
    Asst. Dir Julie Walburn of DYS as Facilitator, with Suzie Nelson, Ann Robson, Susan Shelton
    Presentations | Video

  • Parent/Community Track
    Dir. Alisha Nelson of RecoveryOhio as Facilitator, with Bobbie Beale, Sarah Hendrickson, Sara Buffie, and Andrew Garner
    Parent/Community Track | Video

  • 3:10 p.m. Dismissal, CEU sign outs