2019 Live Well Advance: Uniting for Impact
The fourth annual Live Well Advance: Uniting for Impact will bring together thousands of partners and stakeholders to network; learn about new tools and best practices, and participate in breakout sessions on Monday, October 28, 2019. Join leaders from every sector to advance our shared vision of a healthy, safe and thriving San Diego region.
Live Well Advance Conference Topics include:
- Data & Grants
- Thriving Schools
- Economic Vitality
- Age-Friendly Communities
- Worksite Wellness
- Climate Change
- Resident Leaders
Date: Monday, October 28, 2019 / 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Place: Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina,
333 W Harbor Dr, San Diego, CA 92101
FREE event. Lunch and refreshments will be provided.
New in 2019 / Co-located with the Advance!
Schools Summit: Student Engagement and Attendance
School Breakout Sessions Include:
Connect & Thrive:
What is Important to Your School?
Learn about local resources available to school staff, students and families. Get connected with representatives and providers about opportunities and best practices in your region.
A Healthy School Climate:
Advancing Student Success and Attendance
A collaborative discussion on attendance best practices and
successful chronic absenteeism reduction strategies, including overview of new district level data and Live Well Schools report.
Envisioning Safer Schools
Session participants will be provided with culturally responsive interventions, tools and resources to more effectively assess for and enhance school safety, increase response effectiveness and improve school, community, and parent communication.
About Live Well San Diego. Live Well San Diego is a vision for a region that is Building Better Health, Living Safely and Thriving. It aligns the efforts of individuals, organizations and government to help all 3.3 million San Diego County residents live well.
Live Well San Diego involves everyone. Only through a collective effort — in which all of us work together toward a shared purpose — can meaningful change be achieved in a region as large and diverse as San Diego County.