When is the summit?                     

Friday, November 15, 2019
9:00am-4:30pm                          (Registration 8:00 to 8:45)

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Where is the summit?

Virginia Crossings Hotel
1000 Virginia Center Pkwy
Glen Allen, VA 23059

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Need overnight accommodations?

Reserve online at Child Care Aware - 2019 or call (804) 727-1400 and reference the Child Care Aware Business Summit for a discounted rate of $93 + tax.

How much does it cost? 

Early Bird Registration    $75
(must register by 9/30/2019) 

Regular Registration      $100
(starting 10/1/2019)

Tickets include a training certificate, lunch and all your Summit materials

How can I pay?

Credit card, PayPal, and business checks are accepted.

**If paying by check, it must be received by our office no later than Monday, 11/3/2019.

For questions, contact...

Kimberly Brickhouse
Child Care Aware of Virginia
(804) 285 - 0846

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If you need to register, contact Kimberly Brickhouse at 804-285-0846.

Whether you are a seasoned business owner with multiple child care locations, a new director of a child care center, or a family child care home provider, this summit will have exciting, innovative, and thought-provoking presentations to help you meet your daily challenges!

Budgets are tight, and operating a child care business has never required more super-hero power or commitment! You don't want to miss this opportunity to learn, be inspired and network with your colleagues and other field professionals!

Workshop topics include: Employment law, Finance 101, Building staff relationships, Social media marketing, Parent communication, Preventing bullying, Risk management, Trauma masked as challenging behaviors, and much more!

Keynote Speaker: Andrew Roszak

Our keynote presentation will be provided by Mr. Andrew Roszak, founder of the Institute for Childhood Preparedness, and will focus on the importance of preparedness in our daily work with children. Mr. Roszak has spent over 20 years helping communities prepare for, respond to and recover from disasters. Over the past 5 years, Andy has been involved in numerous disasters impacting child care programs, and has personally helped rebuild communities and re-open child care programs across the US and abroad. Andy will discuss the challenges that arise in the aftermath of natural and man-made disasters and provide thoughts on how we can all become better prepared for the unthinkable.