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  •  August 5, 2016
     8:00 am - 4:30 pm

What are the specific goals of the High Risk Perinatal Program?Conferencelogo

  • Encourage normal developmental patterns in high risk infants and toddler

  • Help high risk infants function better when they reach the school system

  • Empower families to function at the highest level by accessing community resources

  • Ensure the highest quality risk appropriate perinatal care

  • Provide family-centered, culturally responsive, and developmentally appropriate, coordinated services

  • Provide services in a setting that best meets the needs of the child and family   

A limited number of hotel accommodations will be available through an educational support scholarship program for Thursday night, August 4th for those traveling more than 50 miles to the conference destination. To be considered you must attend the entire conference. Recipients chosen for this scholarship will be notified, via email, by Friday, July 15, 2016. Applications for educational support must be received by July 11, 2016. Application for the scholarship is included in the registration process after you click “Register Now” above.  

Do you know someone working within the High Risk Perinatal community who is making outstanding contributions to enhancing the physical and developmental environment for high risk infants and their families? Nominate them for the “HRPP/NICP Footprint Award”! 

View nomination information here

HRPP/NICP Footprint Award Nomination Form

Schedule of Events

7:30am  Sign-In

  • Annual Footprint Award
  • Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS)
  • HRPP/NICP – Bringing it all together
  • Community Health Nursing Panel 

12:00pm  Lunch

  • A New Look at Self-Care; Trauma Stewardship

1:45pm  Breakout Sessions

  • Pediatric Physical Therapy
  • Developmental Strategies for the Home Visitor
  • Neonatal Touch & Infant Massage
  • Effective Referrals to Support Children with Special Health Care Needs
  • Attunement in Caregiving Relationships
  • Arizona Early Intervention Program (AZEIP)

4:30pm  Conference Ends


4340 E. Cotton Center Blvd., Phoenix, Arizona, 85040, United States