The Ounce of Prevention Fund is hosting the first Virtual National Home Visiting Summit. This format provides the field with the opportunity to have more participants and perspectives represented than ever before.
Virtual Conference FAQs
As a result of the public health risks and subsequent restrictions on mass gatherings posed by COVID-19 the 2021 National Home Visiting Summit will be a virtual conference.
We will be expanding the dates of the Summit to February 22-26, 2021. Pre-Summit forums will be available February 10-21, 2021.
Yes, the conference plans to return to Washington D.C. for the 2022 conference January 26-28, 2022.
- Community Health Workers
- Decision Makers
- Home Visitors
- System Leaders
- Connected Systems of Care (pediatrics, early education, housing etc.)
Yes, the same quality content will be presented in an online setting. Virtual events offer the ability to socially connect and learn beyond a designated time period. Just like at the in-person Summit, attendees choose sessions to fit their interests, meet top experts and connect with colleagues from across the field.
Yes, we are being very intentional in creating more networking/meeting opportunities in the virtual space. Attendees will be encouraged to create a profile with photo/bio and connect with social media. Affinity groups and additional peer learning groups will be available for sign-up.
We call these ‘blended activities’ as it provides a mix of live and virtual engagement. Once live sessions take place those recordings will be made available after completion. This format will provide attendees with the ability to socially network, engage with presenters, and attend sessions live or at a time that is best for you.
Yes, the conference planning team will provide information training sessions for speakers and participants to help you maximize your virtual conference experience. Real-time tech support will be provided during the week of the Summit.
Registration will open in the fall of 2020.
The conference schedule will be released in the fall of 2020.
Call for Proposal Frequently Asked Questions
Please visit the Call for Proposal page for more information and a list of frequently asked questions.