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Deconstructing Child Deaths in Georgia –– A Discussion of the 2013 DFCS Child Fatality Report

2013 DFCS Child Fatality Analysis Presentation from Voices for Georgia’s Children You can view the full forum discussion here, but if that is too long for you please take a look at the highlights below. Panelist Martha Duke – Child Death Liaison, Division of Family and Children...

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Learning Obstacles and Differences: What gets in the way of reading?

You can view the full live stream video of the June 24 panel discussion here  Social Emotional Learning from Voices for Georgia’s Children Learning Differences and Obstacles from Voices for Georgia’s...

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Post-Session Policy Forum

GA-CAN! for presentation – May 2014 from Voices for Georgia’s Children You can view the full forum discussion here, but if that is too long for you please take a look at the highlights in the video below. Improving Child Welfare Services: Exploring State Efforts and...

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GA-CAN! Pre-Legislative Session Forum

Commissioner brief to georgia childrens network from Voices for Georgia’s Children Presentation and Q&A – GA-CAN! Pre-Legislative Session Forum Q&A w/Commissioner Horton and Dr. Hill – GA-CAN! Pre-Legislative Forum Legislative Panel Discussion – GA-CAN!...

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Autism: Diagnosis, Treatment and Coverage

Autism Spectrum Disorder from Voices for Georgia’s Children The Marcus Autism Center: Translating Science into Clinical Practice, Professional Training and Community Viable Solutions from Voices for Georgia’s Children Serving Students with Autism in Schools from Voices for...

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Bullying: What is it, and what to do about it?

For the first time ever, Voices successfully live streamed the entire GA-CAN! panel discussion! So if you weren’t able to make it out for this event, you can watch the entire panel roundtable here. We are also providing this great PowerPoint our panelist Chris Henrich presented. Bullying:...

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Beyond Curriculum &Teachers: What Kids Need From School to Stay in School

If you were not able to make it out to our August panel discussion, you’re in luck because we recorded the whole event for you! The video is split into two parts: [leadplayer_vid id=”5226363C989EA”] [leadplayer_vid id=”5226371E0004C”] If you’re looking for...

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Reducing Childhood Obesity: We All Play a Role

[leadplayer_vid id=”51FABD478ABE0″] Georgia SHAPE from Voices for Georgia’s Children Childhood Obesity: We All Play a Role from Voices for Georgia’s...

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Community-based Services: Prevention, Intervention, Diversion and the New Juvenile Code

This powerpoint was put together by one Voices’ Summer Associates, Shauna Carmichael Community and evidence based services 6-19-13 from Voices for Georgia’s Children This powerpoint is a comprehensive overview of a June 16 webinar about advancing school discipline reform. The webinar...

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A Conversation With Governor Deal’s Policy Staff

[leadplayer_vid id=”519E61FA36A95″] And if that’s too long for you, here are a few videos that highlight important audience questions that came up. School-to-Prison Pipeline Next Justice Priority [leadplayer_vid id=”519E645C47649″] Question About Georgia Childhood...

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