Join us at the 19th Annual Making Healthful Decisions
Conference: Women's Wellness Across the Lifespan.
This one-day conference, scheduled for March 14 from 8 am
to 3:30 pm, will help to acquaint participants with the most
current research regarding health, wellness, work, and school
practices that impact women throughout their lives.
- Learn about the impact of our environment on genes and
- Understand the impact of healthy lifestyles during adolescence
for the childbearing years.
- Identify the effects of racism and sexism on young females in
- Describe the consequences from the increased rate of maternal
employment for both parents and children.
- Review research about the third great stage of human
Who should attend:
Professionals working with women at any stage of their lives,
including classroom educators, health and FCS teachers, parenting
educators, medical personnel, nutritionists, childbirth educators,
human service professionals, program administrators, child care
providers, and college students.
The early bird registration fee of $55 per person includes
continential breakfast, lunch, and resource packet, when
registering by Friday, February 14. This cost goes to $65 per
person if you register after Friday, February
14. Final registration deadline is March 7; no refunds
after March 7.
To register, please send your name, affiliation, address, phone
number, email address, and any dietary restrictions, with check (or
purchase order) for $55 (prior to Feb. 14) or $65 (post-Feb. 14)
Maternal-Infant Services Network, Inc.
10 Little Britain Road, Suite 203
Newburgh, NY 12550
- Lawrence Force, PhD, professor of psychology;
director of the Center for Aging and Policy at Mount Saint Mary
- Luba Djurdijinovic, MS, executive director,
- Stephanie Sosnowski, BS, IBCLC, deputy
director, Maternal Infant Services Network.
- Paul D. Schwartz, PhD,
professor of psychology, director of the Center for
Adolescent Research and Development at Mount Saint Mary
- Rachel E. Dunifon, PhD, professsor,
Department of Policy Analysis and Management at Cornell
- Kate Lindemann, PhD, professor emerita, Mount
Saint Mary College.
- Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Council of Orange County
- Cornell University Cooperative Extension, Orange County
- Maternal Infant Services Network
- Mount Saint Mary College Center for Aging and Policy