14th Annual Infertility, Adoption and the Family Conference
UJA Federation, 130 East 59th Street, Manhattan

April 6, 2008

One of the most highly regarded conferences in its field, this full-day program is for adoptive parents, adoptive parents-to-be, and adoption professionals.  This year more than 50 internationally recognized experts will discuss current trends and developments in infertility and adoption.

Keynote: Welcome to the Revolution: What We've Learned From and About Adoptive Families

Greater knowledge leads to better decisions and to improved parenting. Intended for prospective parents, those who already have formed their families and the professionals with whom they work. Come gain information and insights based on cutting-edge research and decades of experience.

The Adoption Institute is the pre-eminent research, policy and education organization in its field. Adam Pert man, Executive Director of Evan B Donaldson Adoption Institute, a Pulitzer Prize nominee and an adoptive parent, headlines the senior staff panel of presenters. 

Click here to download the the conference program (PDF)


If you would like to attend the conference, you can register online. Registration includes keynote, full day of workshops, breakfast, lunch, and all materials.

If you would prefer to send your registration by mail, download the registration form and send it with a check (made out to JCCA) to:
120 Wall Street
New York, NY 10005

By March 1, 2008: $135/one person   $185/two related persons
March 2 - March 28, 2008: $165/one person $215/two related persons
After March 28, 2008: $200/one person $250/two related persons
Professional (NASW) CEU Fee: $35 for the full program (7 hours)

Scholarships are available.

Call 212-558-9949 or email ametz@jccany.org for more information.

Date: Sunday, April 6, 2008
Time: 8:15 AM - 5:30 PM

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