In our increasingly hectic world, it can be difficult to take proper care ourselves and those around us.
Come to Our Annual Conference to learn ways to:
- Improve your quality of life, both at the workplace and at home
- Communicate with authenticity in all facets of your life
- Follow through on your commitments
- Practice the Vowel Model of self-care
- Use mindfulness to improve your physical and mental health, and to be present in every moment
We’ll also have speakers Artie Isaac, Kay Spatafore & Sharon Collaros, vendors and door prizes!
Open to all
including: families, therapists, psychologists, pediatricians, early interventionists, early childhood educators, special educators, other professionals who work with young children including social workers, administrators, community leaders and anyone interested in child development.
ABOUT THE SPEAKERS
Artie Isaac has worked for more than 30 years with highly creative people, addressing challenges and opportunities facing more than 1,000 leaders and companies. Artie has taught personal creativity & innovation at the Ohio State University’s Fisher College of business and marketing strategy, Ethics and Creativity at the Columbus College of Art & Design.
Kay Spatafore is the chief Operating Officer and Vice President of Character Education at because I said I would, a non-profit that works to harness the power of promises made and kept to improve our world.
Sharon Collaros is the Co-Founder and Program Director of Mind-Ed, Which uses Urban Zen philosophies to improve individual well-being, with a special focus on students, families and school staff.