2021 Parent Track 
 

As a companion to the Summit's student-focused sessions, the Parent Track helps parents to explore the issue through their unique lens as caregivers and trusted adults in the lives of their children. From learning about the issue itself to exploring its complexities, parents will leave the Summit with the tools to have difficult conversations, understand the importance of consent, and learn how to provide support to teenage survivors.

All parents will attend the same 4 workshops

Friday, November 19th
4pm-8:20pm

4:00pm:  OPENING

4:15pm:  SURVIVOR PANEL

5:05pm:  COHORT MEETING

Connection Through Conversation:

Parenting & The Role(s) We Play

6:10pm:  SESSION 1  (Identity)

The Experience:  Neurobiology of Trauma & Supporting Survivors

                 

7:20pm:  SESSION 2 (Diversity)

Navigating the Terrain:  Supports Inside and Outside of School

8:20pm:  CLOSING

Saturday, November 20th
12pm-5pm

12:00pm:  OPENING

12:10pm:  KEYNOTE

Lunch and Learn

12:50pm:  SESSION 3 (Justice)

The Law:  What Parents Should Know

2:00pm:  COHORT MEETING

Adults Supporting Adults

3:00pm:  SESSION 4  (Action)

Student Panel:  The Support We’d Like (and Expect) from the Adults in our Lives.

                 

4:05pm: CLOSING KEYNOTE

4:35pm:  CLOSING

Parent Track Resource

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Deborah Tuerkheimer
Author of Credible:
Why We Doubt Accusers and Protect Abusers