Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
When is the 2021 Visions of Community Conference (VOC)?
The VOC conference is March 6, 2021
Who attends the VOC Conference? How many people will be at the Conference?
Our conference is attended by over 1000 parents, caregivers and professionals.
Is the Conference in Person?
No, due to COVID19 the 2021 Conference will be virtual.
What social media will FCSN be using at VOC?
FCSN will be posting on Facebook and Twitter throughout the day. A Conference App is available this year to make your day a more engaging experience. Following registration, download our Conference App for live updates, conference details, networking, and more. Please check back here in February for more information.
When does registration open?
Registration will open January 6, 2021.
How much does it cost to attend VOC?
Are there scholarships available?
There are a limited number of family scholarships available. Please contact Ivone Rego at email@example.com for more information with “VOC Family Scholarship” in the subject line.
What if I change my mind after registering for a workshop?
If you would like to attend a workshop that is different than one of the three you selected when you register, then on the day of the conference you are welcome to go to the room of the workshop you would like to attend to see if there are any opening seats left.
Will any of the conference sessions be live-streamed or be accessible through video recordings?
This conference will be livestreamed.
Is there American Sign Language (ASL) interpretation available?
We will have an American Sign Language interpreter at our morning welcome and keynote addresses. If you need ASL or Cart, please call Ruth Diaz at 617-399-8305 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. You must make the request prior to February 10th to allow time to make the arrangements.