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2017 PLAAY SUMMIT – February 24-25, 2017
Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium
4000 Ambassador Drive, Anchorage, AK
Featuring a slate of field experts from around the state, the PLAAY Summit provides teachers, parents, nurses, coaches, administrators and other leaders of youth with a conference to address the multi-factorial areas of adolescent health. PLAAY will emphasize the importance of physical activity as a means to improving teenage health. The conference focuses on psychological and social-emotional development, and the creation of opportunities for education and training of adult leaders who work with children.
Coaches, teachers, parents, nurses, and any adult who is involved with educating, coaching, and mentoring our youth in sports and other activities. Limited to 100 attendees.
The PLAAY Summit is a collaborative effort with local healthcare providers to educate our communities regarding the health and well-being of youth.
Video conferencing is available- register soon as limited to 10 remote sites. Email Wallace Wilson for discuss establishing a link. See below for pricing.
Continuing Nursing Education (CNE)
CNE certificates to be presented at conclusion of Summit.
Professional Development Credits Available
PACE CEU’s available for ASD employees at https://uaonline.alaska.edu/. CRN 38722.
General Public- $150. School District Employees- $100 if seeking Professional Development Credits. PDCs are available through PACE for an additional $99. Register at https://uaonline.alaska.edu/. UAA students- $50. Must show credentials at check-in. Video/Remote costs: $300 for 5 people or less, $50 for each additional person.
Light food, snacks and beverages served. Email Wallace Wilson for more information.
The PLAAY initiative is made possible with generous support from: