Conference connects families and child-care professionals with experts in trauma care
Orphan Care Alliance hosts Help, Hope, Heal Conference on October 27
By: Orphan Care Alliance
This year's keynote speaker is Kristin Berry, an author, blogger, adoptive mother, and former foster parent. She is well-immersed in the field of adoption and childcare related to children of trauma, behavioral, or emotional challenges.
"Our hope every year is that this conference will provide anyone working with children dealing with these hardships the proper tools to give them adequate care, love, and resources to succeed. We want to help YOU help the children facing these struggles," said Darren Washausen, executive director of OCA.
The primary goal of the Help, Hope, Heal conference is connecting families, teachers, and other child-care professionals. Each breakout session speaker is a professional in their respective field and understands the challenges of serving children in need. OCA seeks to provide the best tools to assist the attendees in this industry of rewarding work. There will be multiple sessions addressing individual issues people commonly face when working with children.
If you want to learn more about the Help, Hope, Heal Conference, visit the official page: https://h3conference.org (https://orphancarealliance.org/
About Orphan Care Alliance
Orphan Care Alliance is a registered 501(c)3 whose mission is to mobilize communities of care to care for children and families affected adoption and foster care. OCA seeks to lead the efforts of caring for the foster care and adoptive community in Kentucky and southern Indiana.
Jenna Lewis, Marketing Coordinator