Webinars

To receive notice about future webinars, sign up for our periodic News from NACAC email newsletter or follow us on Facebook to learn about our sessions when they are scheduled.

Some webinars are free and some have a fee. Those with a fee are $15 for NACAC members and $20 for non-members. Fees are non-refundable. Each fee is for one individual or couple to view the webinar. (If you have questions about group viewings or group rates, please contact us at info@nacac.org.) To learn more about membership, visit our Join NACAC page.

Sign up for an upcoming webinar:

Parents As Changemakers: Effective Policy Advocacy

Wednesday, December 11, 2019, 2:00 PM CST
Free

Register to attend or receive the recording afterward

Do you have ideas that would strengthen foster care in your area? Not sure where to start to advocate for the changes you want? We can help!

NACAC is working with CHAMPS (Children Need Amazing Parents) to help you make policy changes in your state. In this session, we will review the CHAMPS policy goals and discuss how foster and adoptive parents and kinship caregivers can work with legislators, executive branch officials, and the media. Learn how to get involved in advocating for policy reforms to strengthen foster parenting.

CHAMPS is a national campaign to ensure bright futures for kids in foster care by promoting the highest quality parenting. CHAMPS aims to spur policy reforms in 20 to 25 states over five years to ensure that foster parents are equipped with the training and support they need to be the best they can. CHAMPS also aims to help improve the public’s understanding of foster parenting and create a more positive perception of foster parents. More information is available at fosteringchamps.org.

Presented by NACAC Staff Marissa Sanders and Mary Boo.


Adoption Tax Credit Webinar

Tuesday, January 21, 2020, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM CST
Fee: $15 members / $20 nonmembers

Register to attend or receive the recording afterward

Have questions about how to claim the adoption tax credit? NACAC’s adoption tax credit expert, Josh Kroll, presents a webinar on the federal adoption tax credit outlining the steps to file. The focus is on filing for the 2019 tax year, but also covers applying for the credit for adoptions as far back as 2016. Josh explains what parents need to do to take advantage of the credit.
Presented by Josh Kroll, NACAC staff.


Advocating for Adoption Assistance

Wednesday, February 19, 2020, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM CST
Free

Register to attend the advocating for adoption assistance webinar or receive the recording afterward

Webinar participants will learn how to advocate for adoption assistance programs in their states or province. In these tight financial times, legislators sometimes seek to cut adoption assistance programs and advocates need to be ready to respond. Even if your adoption assistance program is not under threat, proactive advocacy can help maintain and even enhance these important benefits for children adopted from foster care.
Presented by Josh Kroll, NACAC staff.

 

Please check out our other training opportunities below:

Other training opportunities:

Annual Conference

Join us in Toronto, Ontario next August for the 2020 NACAC Conference!

 

Recorded Webinars

View our recorded webinars. We offer sessions for adoptive and foster parents, group leaders, youth advocates, and child welfare professionals. Some are available for purchase and some are available at no cost. For recorded webinars that you purchase, you can receive a certificate of attendance after viewing the session.

Our Mission

The North American Council on Adoptable Children (NACAC) supports, educates, inspires, and advocates so adoptive families thrive and every child in foster care has a permanent, safe, loving family.

About NACAC

What We Do
Core Beliefs and Values
Staff
Board of Directors
Our Partners
Sponsorship Opportunities

Contact

North American Council
on Adoptable Children
970 Raymond Avenue
Suite 106
St. Paul, MN 55114

651-644-3036
info@nacac.org

Staff Contact Info
Feedback
MENU

The North American Council on Adoptable Children