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Health and Early Learning Forum

The Oregon Health Authority and Early Learning Division of the Oregon Department of Education invite Coordinated Care Organization (CCO) and Early Learning Hub representatives to participate in a Health and Early Learning Forum on Monday, November 16th.

The purpose of the forum is to:

  • Identify collaborative opportunities to support early learning and children’s health;
  • Inspire and strengthen cross-sector connections; and
  • Learn about existing CCO/Hub initiatives, projects and policies that can be replicated in other regions of Oregon.

This is a first-time opportunity for representatives of Oregon’s CCOs & Early Learning Hubs to come together to identify collaborative opportunities and learn about existing cross-sector initiatives and projects that can be replicated in other regions. Please note that due to the nature of this forum and space limitations this event is not open to the general public.

Up to three representatives from each Hub and up to three representatives from each CCO should register for the Forum (this includes local Hub/CCO partners and Community Advisory Council Members). Registrants should coordinate within their Hub and are recommended to check in with their Hub Facilitator prior to registering. Participants should include those with an interest in coordinating and connecting early learning and health.

If you are unsure whether you should register, please contact your Hub Facilitator, or email elizabeth.m.stuart@state.or.us.

To guarantee a hotel room at the conference rate, register here by October 14th.

 

Health & Early Learning Forum Updates

Keynote Address Video:

Keynote address transcript can be found here.

Keynote slides: Building an Early Learning Nation One Community at a Time (Sondra Samuels) can be accessed here.

Other materials from the the forum below:

 

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Invitation to register featured in Early Learning at Work
August/September 2015

 

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