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2nd Annual Resiliency Conference: How Are the Children?
Zoom originating from Fairbanks, Alaska
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Feb 17, 2021 8:00 AM
Event timezone is America/Anchorage

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2nd Annual Resiliency Conference: How Are the Children?
Learn exciting information to strengthen resiliency in our workplaces, our families, and our children.

Our 13 Speaker Line-Up and their Presentations include:

Dr. LaVerne Demientieff: Sraqay ndadz dixet'a? How Are the Children? Applying Ancestral Knowledge to Plant Seeds of Resilience.

Eileen McDargh- Burnout to Breakthrough- Building Resilience to Refuel, Recharge and Reclaim What Matters.
Eileen will analyze burnout and will show how to develop four critical skills for building effective resilience.

Lydia Denworth-A scientific writer and investigator of healthy mental and physical states who mixes personal experience with up-to-the-minute research. She will be presenting: The Science of Resilience: It's What You Do Next.

Break Out Room Speaker:: Nick Hanson will be talking about Resilience with children, and tell us the story of how he and his community worked to overcome total destruction of his Ninja Warrior training studio.

Dr. Linda Champlain:  Brian Mind Body: Transforming Stress and Trauma. information that will benefit both adults and children.

Gina Agron and Tazlina Mannix of State of Alaska- YRBS 2019 group presenting the 2019 Youth Risk Survey Results and
Dr. Andrea Fenaughty, Deputy Section Chief of Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion

Break Out Room Speaker: Michael Bork the importance of reducing stress using laughter
Break Out Room Speaker: Dawn Groth, RN, State of Alaska Public Health/Chronic Disease and Health Promotion/Physical Activity and Nutrition Unit who will be giving highlights of the Alaska Breastfeeding Initiative in the State of Alaska.
Ann Branville-Davis NICU Clinical Manager at Fairbanks Memorial Hospital

Jessica Ullrich: For the Love of our children: An Indigenous Connectedness Framework

Angie Scott- National Big Brothers & Big Sisters organization presentation on The Power of Caring Adults in building Resilience in Youth.


Zoom originating from Fairbanks, Alaska

Timezone: America/Anchorage
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