EKO’s flagship event takes place April 12 & 13
Empowered Kids Ontario (EKO) announced today that registration is open for the association’s flagship event, the EKO Spring Symposium, a two-day, in-person event that brings together clinicians, leaders, scientists, students and trainees, families, youth and stakeholders to share knowledge and advance child development and pediatric rehabilitation.
“After a hiatus, we’re eager to bring people back together for the Spring Symposium,” says EKO CEO Jennifer Churchill. “EKO’s conference has been known as a leading event for the child development sector, and offers a platform to learn together, network and collaborate.”
The program offers a personalized event experience designed to elevate professional practice, connect colleagues, build new and collaborative partnerships, and inspire with dynamic ideas.
We’re covering topics from disrupting diagnosis to disability and sexuality, integrating Indigenous knowledge into health care, operationalizing innovation, supporting early outcomes, perspectives on virtual care and much more.
This year’s program will offer even more content, education, and community-building opportunities, accelerating professional experience. Attendees will:
Secure your spot at the EKO Spring Symposium 2023. Register today.
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