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Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success.
This year, the National Indian Child Care Association is hosting its Biennial Conference in Tulsa, Oklahoma, with the hope that Tribal Nations across the country can come together to share ideas and promising practices to ensure that American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian children are given the best support and resources to thrive.
This conference will focus on weaving paths towards meaningful partnerships that help support Native children and families. We welcome professionals from across the country and the field to come together to forge relationships that will promote the well-being of Native children and families.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
DIRECTORS & ADMINISTRATORS
EARLY CHILD CARE PROFESSIONALS
Reaching & Teaching Children Exposed to Trauma
Dr. Barbara Sorrels
The Institute for Childhood Learning
Dr. Sorrels will be sharing her experience and knowledge in working with children exposed to trauma.
Join us for a full day session with Dr. Sorrels on Monday, September 11, 2017. Attendance at the full NICCA Conference is not required.
September 12 - September 14, 2017
Pre-conference: September 11, 2017
Health, Safety, & Nutrition
Research & Advocacy
Administration & Program Management
Leadership & Professional Development
Social & Emotional Development
Language & Culture
RIVER SPIRIT CASINO RESORT
8330 Riverside Parkway
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74137
Federal per diem rate through August 16: $89 + applicable sales tax
Book online or call 888-748-3731
Reference the 2017 NICCA Bi-Annual Conference
Hotel from the Tulsa Airport
If you are flying in, the hotel has a shuttle that you can pick up or set it up when you make your hotel reservation.
Shuttle runs regularly or