Early Childhood Today

STAR NET Region VI and the College of Education will hold their 9th annual conference at the Romeoville Campus. This conference is for parents, caregivers and professionals who shape the lives of children with special needs ages birth to 5 years old. Workshops will address six themes of social/emotional, speech and language, accommodations, early literacy, health and wellness, and best practices.

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Wednesday, March 2, 2016
8:30 a.m. - 3:15 p.m. (sign in 8-8:30 a.m.)
Lewis University - Romeoville Campus (see Directions)
One University Parkway, Romeoville, IL 60446
De La Salle Hall

FEE:  $35 (includes continental breakfast, lunch, instruction and workshop materials).

Registration: Pre-registration is required and seats are limited. Registrations will be accepted based on a first-come, first-served basis. No on-site or phone registration allowed.

Early Childhood Today

STAR NET provides training, consultation, and resources to the early childhood community. The STAR NET assists the State Board of Education in meeting local needs by providing services to professionals and parents of young children with special needs throughout Illinois.

Note:  Child care is not available at the conference. Parents of children with disabilities under age 6 can apply for a family fellowship for a reimbursement stipend though STAR NET at www.swccase.org/starnet. Please click on Fellowship info to apply.

Co-Sponsored by STAR NET Region VI and Lewis University, in collaboration with SSAEYC, Early Intervention Training Program, Good Shepherd Center, Child and Family Connections # 12 and Orland Park School District 135.

Early Childhood Today
Conference Questions?

Please contact Mary Ann Bonello (708) 342-5370.

Registration Questions?

Please contact Carol Skevis-Koch at (815) 836-5769 or skevisca@lewisu.edu.