Program

Please note: The best efforts will be made to update the website with any changes in conference itinerary. However, based on demands of participant schedules and speaker requirements, the conference itinerary is subject to change without notice. Cancellations will be accepted in writing until September 15, 2007; all refunds will be issued within 30 days after the conference. After September 15, 2007, registrations are non-refundable. If you require special accommodations or have special dietary needs please advise us of your needs as soon as possible.

Conference Program Brochure

Please feel free to download our brochure to share with colleagues and other potential attendees. This print-friendly version is a compilation of what is on the website.

Bookstore

Alphabet Soup Books provide books for purchase by conference attendees. Please contact Susan Sternberg directly at alphabooks@msn.com or 609-771-3700 if you have specific suggestions for titles to be available at the conference bookstore.

Conference CD

We are pleased to announce that a CD of speakers’ materials, speakers’ bios, and conference program will be distributed to all attendees, free of charge. Recordings of plenaries, workshops and workgroup sessions will be available for purchase at the conference. A full conference CD will be available for purchase after the conference.

Panel and Workgroup Descriptions:

The conference format will focus on four key topic areas presented first by a panel in a plenary session, followed by facilitated workgroups comprised of a panel of speakers to address and explore each aspect of the topic in greater depth. It is our desire that this “open dialogue” format involving over 75 adoption professionals will be the cornerstone to compiling recommendations for a concrete action plan to be presented following the conference. For detailed descriptions about each workgroup, please click on each day’s itinerary lineup.

The views of all conference participants, panelists, and bloggers other than the sponsoring organizations are their own, and are not necessarily the views of the sponsoring organizations.