Get Ready for Visions of Community (VOC) Conference
FAQs About VOC
We understand. Attending a conference can be a bit overwhelming. To help, we’ve assembled a list of our most common questions so that you can get the answers you need.
When is the 2020 Visions of Community Conference (VOC)?
The VOC Conference will be Feb. 29 at the Seaport World Trade Center from 7:30 a.m. to 4:15 p.m.
Who attends the VOC Conference? How many people will be at the conference?
Our conference is attended by over 1,000 parents, caregivers and professionals.
When does registration open? How can I register?
Registration is now open at www.fcsn.org and will close on Feb. 21.
Will I be able to register on the day of the conference?
Attendees can register the week leading up to VOC including the day of. However we encourage you to sign up soon to receive the early registration discount.
Who will be the keynote speaker?
Amy L. Kennedy, Education Director of The Kennedy Forum. Ms. Kennedy provides consultation services that emphasize evidence-based research and programming to facilitate policy change in education and mental health.
What meals are included? Will there be meals available for those with dietary restrictions?
Morning snacks of whole fresh fruit and granola bars will be available along with coffee. Lunch offerings of assorted sandwiches, mixed green salad, assorted (nut-free) cookies, soda and coffee are included in your registration cost. Vegetarian and gluten-free/sugar-free options will be available.
Please visit our website to view our extended FAQ page that provides information about parking and directions, special accommodations and how to become an exhibitor.