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Illinois Kids Count 2014 Chicago Symposium
Join us for a special opportunity to hear a nationally recognized expert discuss the Affordable Care Act and what it means for children today and their future. Harold Pollack, PhD., author and professor at the University of Chicago along with a plenary of leading statewide experts will be speaking on issues related to the health of children.
The Illinois Kids Count Symposium will kick-off the release of the Illinois Kids Count 2014 report, “Child Health Matters.” The report will focus on the health status of our state’s children. This topic becomes all the more important as the Affordable Care Act rolls out/is implemented.Illinois Kids Count Symposium “Child Health Matters” Thursday, March 13, 2014 8:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Loyola University Civitas ChildLaw Center, Regents Hall 111 East Pearson, 16th Floor Chicago, IL
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“Understanding Our Communities: Illinois Kids Count Conversations”
This new discussion series offers special opportunities to convene civic, business, and community leaders in a face-to-face discussion with their legislators on the best strategies to build better lives for local children and families. Join Voices in galvanizing leadership across the state by hosting an Illinois Kids Count Conversation in your community.
Contact Joan Vitale at 312-516-5555 for more information.
The Illinois Kids Count “Symposia Around the State” series offers very special opportunities to discuss the Illinois Kids Count report’s findings specific to individual communities. We look forward to working together to address the challenges communities face in these difficult times, and to articulate our shared vision for the future of all children in Illinois.
Communities hosting launch events and symposia to support Illinois Kids Count 2013 are announced throughout the year. Sign up for our alerts for announcements about events in your area. For information about hosting an event in your community, please contact Joan Vitale at (312) 516-5555.