2013 NCFR Annual Conference

Well-being of Children and Youth in Families and Communities
November 06, 2013 - November 09, 2013
Grand Hyatt, San Antonio, Texas
NCFR 2013 in San Antonio

Judith Fischer
, Texas Tech University, Program Chair

How do family professionals understand the well-being of family members who are children and adolescents? For the 2013 conference, I would like to bring together all of us (researchers, practitioners and program evaluators, policy makers, community members, etc.) to examine the well-being of child and adolescent family members. The multidimensional concept of well-being is associated with individual characteristics, family and social contexts, political and historical contexts, and their interactions. The conference should empower and inform participants to take the next steps to better understand and enhance the well-being of children and adolescents, and, in turn, their families and communities.

Major Sessions

Learn more about this year's plenaries, special sessions, and 75th anniversary events.

Attendee Central

Quick links to important resources for conference attendees

National Council on Family Relations

Conference Schedule

Follow the links to see the full online schedule, printable schedule, and other specialized lists of sessions.

CFLE logo

CFLE at the Conference

The 2013 NCFR Annual Conference was a great one for CFLE-related events. Review them here and plan for next year!

Texas Tech University logo

Conference sponsors . . . thank you

NCFR appreciates the great support from our 2013 conference major sponsors:  Texas Tech, Auburn, Minnesota, Georgia, Maryland, Illinois, North Dakota State, Oklahoma State, and Western Michigan.

NCFR Twitter header

Social media at #ncfr13

Get more involved in the 2013 NCFR Annual Conference using social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

Presentation Downloads

Download posters, PowerPoint slides, and handouts.