Become a Conference Sponsor!
The Wisconsin Alliance for Infant Mental Health (WI-AIMH) is committed to enhancing the capacity of professionals who work with young children, by building competence in supporting healthy social and emotional development. Our vision is for all Wisconsin infants and young children to reach their fullest potential through nurturing and consistent relationships within the context of family, community, and culture.
Will you consider supporting WI-AIMH’s annual statewide Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Conference, which will be held on June 12-14, 2017 at the Osthoff Resort in Elkart Lake, WI?
The conference will provide up to 250 professionals from various disciplines the opportunity to learn from national and local experts, and to share resources, information, and policy efforts. Keynote addresses will feature Dr. Sherryl Scott Heller, co-author of A Practical Guide to Reflective Supervision, with her presentation, Demystifying Reflective Practice.
It is critical that all people who touch the life of infants, young children and families have the knowledge and skills to support healthy development. Your help would be greatly appreciated.
Opportunities for Involvement and Support
- Sponsorship of a specific activity, such as a luncheon or keynote speaker.
- Endowment of registration support for needs-based scholarships for individuals with limited resources.
- Provision of materials that could be included in participant packets or used in door prize drawings.
- General donation of funds to support conference activities.
Levels of Support
- Sponsor: A donation of $1000 or above will carry the designation of Sponsor. Your organization and logo will be prominently displayed in conference promotional materials. Please see the attached chart for further information and benefits of Sponsorship.
- Supporter: A donation of up to $1000 will identify the donor as a Supporter. Your organization will be acknowledged in the conference program.
The earliest years lay the foundation for future success in school and beyond. Research from the field of Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health confirms that a child’s emotional development is the basis for all later development. Children who do not attain basic social and emotional milestones have difficulty in school, and are at a higher risk for learning and behavioral problems and juvenile delinquency.
On behalf of our youngest citizens and the professionals who support them, WI-AIMH would like to thank you for taking the time to consider supporting our 2016 Conference. For more information on the conference, visit our conference page http://wiaimh.org/conference.