Please join us at the CPRI Research Symposium, focusing on Current Evidence and Promising Practices for Complex Child and Youth Mental Health and Development on June 20th, 2024.
This hybrid event (hosted both in-person and virtually) will connect researchers, students, service providers, and policymakers to share strategies, findings, and experiences related to the following themes:
- Beyond the Buzzwords: Evidence-Informed Decision-Making in Action
- Creating Safe Spaces: Supporting Families and Service Providers Using Trauma-Informed Approaches
This symposium is ideal for audiences interested in children and youth with complex combinations of needs, including researchers, students, and those who work in allied health professions, medicine, education, justice, direct care, or policy. The symposium will include morning and afternoon plenary speaker sessions and workshop speaker panels, a lunch-hour research poster session, and networking opportunities.
Save the Date: Registration opens Spring 2024.
Call for Abstracts: Open now until January 12.
The Child and Parent Resource Institute (CPRI) is a tertiary service agency providing trauma-informed, highly specialized assessment, treatment, and targeted intervention provincially for children and youth with complex special needs. This includes children and youth with developmental disabilities, autism, and severe behavioural, emotional, and mental health challenges. CPRI also prioritizes research, program evaluation, and education related to serving and supporting this clinical population. To learn more about CPRI and our work, please visit our website: Child and Parent Resource Institute (CPRI) | ontario.ca