Nov 15-16, 2021 Conference

We hope you enjoyed the 31st Children Come First Conference. As an attendee, you have unlimited access to the audio from conference workshops, trainings, and keynotes. You may also view and download presentation slides and materials on this page.

From all of us at Wisconsin Family Ties, thank you again for attending!

Dr Mona Dellahooke • Keynote Speaker

Looking Beyond Behaviors to Support Children’s Social and Emotional Development

by Dr Mona Dellahooke • Keynote Speaker

Tonier Cain • Keynote Speaker

Part 2 - Heeling Neen - A First Hand Story of of Hope and Transformation

by Tonier Cain

Hector Matascastillo • Keynote Speaker

Resiliency Factors - Overcoming Childhood Trauma

by Hector Matascastillo

Connecting with Children – A Trauma Informed Approach – Dr Ashley Schoof

Connecting with Children - A Trauma Informed Approach

by Dr Ashley Schoof

Decision Making Simplified – Howard Mulloy

Decision Making Simplified

by Howard Mulloy

Dera Johnson • Estate Planning When Your Child has Special Needs

Estate Planning When Your Child has Special Needs

by Dera Johnson

Katie Berg • From Misbehaving to Learning

From Misbehaving to Learning

by Katie Berg •

Tracey Chugg & Kelly Damron • The High Cost of Poverty

Opening Remarks - WI Family Ties

by Hugh Davis & Amy Arndt

Toni Chambers • Wraparound What is it and what does it have to do with CCS and CLST

Wraparound What is it and what does it have to do with CCS and CLST

by Toni Chambers

Hunter and Tim Markle • Anxiety & Autism – I Need Help!

Anxiety & Autism - I Need Help!

by Hunter and Tim Markle

Bringing Functional Behavioral Assessments and Positive Behavioral Support Plans To The 21st Century! – Connie Persike

Bringing Functional Behavioral Assessments and Positive Behavioral Support Plans To The 21st Century!

by Connie Persike

Michael Witkovsky – Changing the Face of Juvenile Corrections

Changing the Face of Juvenile Corrections

by Michael Witkovsky

Children Come First Conference 2021

by Dr Robyn Hardt-Schultz

Jason Hallbuck – Brown County Health & Human Services

Brown County Health & Human Services

by Jason Hallbuck

A Youth Justice Case Worker and a Youth in the System Share Their Journey – Jason Halbach and Joseph York

A Youth Justice Case Worker and a Youth in the System Share Their Journey

by Jason Halbach and Joseph York

Radical Common Sense Fund Diversion, BLM and Reparations as Transformational Social Policy – Ron Watson

Radical Common Sense Fund Diversion, BLM and Reparations as Transformational Social Policy

by Ron Watson

Bringing Functional Behavioral Assessments and Positive Behavioral Support Plans To The 21st Century! – Connie Persike

Bringing Functional Behavioral Assessments and Positive Behavioral Support Plans To The 21st Century!

by Connie Persike

Financial Planning for Special Needs Families – Carrie Schmidt

Financial Planning for Special Needs Families

by Carrie Schmidt

Mental Health Referral Pathway via a Community Navigation Website – Hollie White & Kaija L Zusevics

Mental Health Referral Pathway via a Community Navigation Website - Session B

by Hollie White & Kaija L Zusevics

Story Telling for Change – Parent Panel – Andrea Turtenwald

Story Telling for Change - Parent Panel - Session B

by Andrea Turtenwald

Access to Print for Learners with an IEP  – Toni Chambers and David Edyburn

Access to Print for Learners with an IEP

by Toni Chambers & David Edyburn

Changing Views During Power Struggles – Thoughts, Techniques & Education – Ashlee Glowacki

Changing Views During Power Struggles - Thoughts, Techniques and Education

by Ashlee Glowacki

Extended Training – Trauma-Informed Care 101 (part 1)- Amy Jo Timm and Anna Chacon

Extended Training - Trauma-Informed Care 101 (part 1) - 2021

by Amy Jo Timm and Anna Chacon

Extended Training – Trauma-Informed Care 101 (part 2) – Amy Jo Timm and Anna Chacon

Extended Training - Trauma-Informed Care 101 (part 2) - 2021

by Amy Jo Timm and Anna Chacon

How to Survive Yourself One Story of Depression, Suicide and Self-Harm – Tim Markle

How to Survive Yourself One Story of Depression, Suicide and Self-Harm

by Tim Markle

Modern Day Approach to Universal Mental Health Support for All Ages – Teri Ellfeson & Joe Monroe

Modern Day Approach to Universal Mental Health Support for All Ages

by Teri Ellfeson & Joe Monroe

Learn How to Navigate Special Education for Students with Behavior Challenges – Phyllis Greenberger

Learn How to Navigate Special Education for Students with Behavior Challenges

by Phyllis Greenberger

Mindfulness and Neuroscience Using a Combined Approach to Regulate Emotions and Behavior – Ellie Allen

Mindfulness and Neuroscience Using a Combined Approach to Regulate Emotions and Behavior

by Ellie Allen

The Power of Relationship- Creating Regulation and Safety through Play – Jen Bluske and Jenna Mao

The Power of Relationship- Creating Regulation and Safety through Play

by Jen Bluske & Jenna Mao

Better Words from Adults Equal Better Outcomes for Children Tools for Parents, Teachers and Coaches – Wendy Schaetz

Better Words from Adults Equal Better Outcomes for Children Tools for Parents, Teachers and Coaches

by Wendy Schaetz

Consequences – Are Yours Reasonable, Respectful and Related – Polly Imme

Consequences - Are Yours Reasonable, Respectful and Related

by Polly Imme

Embodying Self Care and Mental Health Hygiene Be the Change by Being Authentically U – Conner Tiggerus

Embodying Self Care and Mental Health Hygiene Be the Change by Being Authentically U

by Conner Tiggerus

Healing Together Building Resilient, Trauma-informed Communities – Megan Schilt

Healing Together Building Resilient, Trauma-informed Communities

by Megan Schilt

Rachael Fruin • Traumatized Children and Education

The High Cost of Poverty

by Tracey Chugg & Kelly Damron

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