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Start Date:2016/06/29
Start Time:1PM
End Time:5PM
Location:Le Germain Hotel, 899 Centre St. SW, Calgary, AB

Research has uncovered that a child’s early experiences can have significant impact on their trajectory for health and development. It is well-understood that early life adversity can have an effect on academic achievement levels and that in turn can create disparities in health and well-being over a lifetime.


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