PLAAY (Positive Leadership for Active Alaska Youth)

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Training Details

Event Dates and Timeframe
Fri, Feb 22nd: 12-5pm & Sat, Feb 23rd: 8am-5pm
Day 1:
Friday, February 22, 2019 at noon until 05:00 PM
Day 2:
Saturday, February 23, 2019 at 08:00 AM until 05:00 PM
Location and Delivery Method ( view map )
Delivery Method
Location Name
Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium Campus
4000 Ambassador Dr
State / Province
United States
Cost Range
$50.00 to $199.00

Host And Instructor

Alaska Sports Hall of Fame


C.E. Credit for Nursing : 12.40
C.E. Credit for BH/SW - Social Work: 12.40
C.E. Credit for Education: 12.00
Specialization: PACE
Educators: PDCs are available through PACE for an additional $99. Register at

Training Overview Description

The PLAAY Summit provides teachers, parents, medical professionals, coaches, administrators and other leaders of youth with a conference to address the multi-factorial areas of adolescent health with emphasis on the importance of physical activity. For speaker line-up and bios, click HERE.

Target Audience:
Coaches, teachers, parents, nurses, and any adult who is involved with educating, coaching, and mentoring our youth in sports and other activities. Limited to 100 attendees.

Course Description:
The PLAAY Summit is a collaborative effort with local healthcare providers to educate our communities regarding the health and well-being of youth.

Event-specific Details

Pricing Information

General Public: $150

School District Employees: $100 if seeking Professional Development Credits.
PDCs are available through PACE for an additional $99. Register at

APU and UAA students: $55
Must show credentials at check-in.
Limited Video/Remote Options available. Costs: $300 for 5 people or less, $50 for each additional person.

Light food, snacks and beverages served.

Adolescent Health
Advocacy / Health Policy
American Indian / Alaska Native
Behavioral Health / Mental Health
Chronic Disease Management
Community Based Continuity of Care
Developmental Disabilities
Domestic Violence/Abuse Prevention
Health Promotion and Disease Prevention
Infant Health
Interpersonal Skills
Interprofessional Education, Training and Practice
Rural Health
Tobacco Cessation
Community Health Aide (CHA)
Community Health Practitioner (CHP)
Occupational Therapist
Occupational Therapy Assistant
Physical Therapist
Physical Therapy Assistant
Behavioral Health Aide
Chemical Dependency Counselor
Family & Marriage Therapist
Licensed Professional Counselor
Social Worker
Substance Abuse and Addiction Counseler
Village Counselor
Case Manager/Care Coordinator
Home Health Aide/Personal Care Attendant
Individual Support Worker
Patient Advocate
Recreational/Activity Therapist
Respite Worker
Vocational Specialist
NP - Family Practice
NP - Pediatric
NP - Psychiatric
NP - Women's Health
Other Mid-Level Providers
Other Nurse Practitioner
Physician Assistant
CNA/NA (Certified Nursing Assistant/Nursing Assistant)
Licensed Practical Nurse
Nurse Administrator
Nurse Anesthetist
Nurse Educator
Public Health Nurse
Registered Nurse
Registered Nurse - CNS
Family Medicine Physician
Health Educator
Public Health Specialist

Registration Information

Additional information and registration available at: