Among our thanks for an informative and empowering day are the venue, The Conference Center At University Center. An ideal setting for our audience the room was lovely, the staff warm and helpful, and the catering was, as one participant described it,
“quite the best packed lunch I’ve ever experienced at an organised event.”
See below for the final program, but suffice it to say it was a buffet of interesting ideas, people, inspiration, and accents! There were participants from at least nine countries, and there were tears of both laughter and sadness along the way.
Due to the livestream set up and managed by F.E.A.S.T. Executive Director, Belinda Caldwell, the room also included hundreds of other participants online during the day, and a steady stream since. We have lightly edited that video and it is now available at no charge online, and linked below.
“fantastically arranged, filled with helpful information from some of the best”
We introduced a lot of people to one another and to the community that day, and many new relationships started. We encouraged the parent community to advocate for their families, and for better treatment for all families.
We learned about new science and shared sources for the important process of continuing to learn as we go. We heard from advocates and leaders in the field about ways parents can get informed and involved.
And, we cried. It was inevitable. With gratitude, and grief, and hope as well.
Thank you to all the volunteers, those who donated for scholarship tickets, to the Conference Center, to the Board of Directors and volunteers of F.E.A.S.T., and to our supporters around the world. Thank you for attending, and for watching along online, and for spreading the word on the event.
And now: Mark Your Calendars:
March 17, 2019 in New York City for the next F.E.A.S.T. of Knowledge.
Listen below to an edited version of the Livestream, and you can follow along with the program:
Click HERE to watch the video.