KAAN 2021 Virtual Conference
The Korean American Adoptee Adoptive Family Network (KAAN) is hosting their annual conference virtually this year from June 20-26, 2021. Though we are not able to gather in-person this year, it is our hope that attendees will still be able to connect and be supported during the conference.
All are welcome, including adoptees, birth families, family members of adoptees (adoptive parents, spouses/partners, siblings and children of adoptees), service providers, and Asian Americans. Adoptee-only sessions and general audience sessions are available. Programming is available for ages 17 and older, although a limited number of activities are appropriate for youth with adult participation.
There will be live sessions, panels over Zoom, documentaries and pre-recorded videos on your own time, opportunities to engage with fellow attendees via our conference website, fun games and giveaways, and more. As a registered attendee, individuals will be able to log in to the conference site, view the schedule and materials, engage with other attendees, get notifications, and more. Sharing registration accounts is discouraged; one registration/ticket per person is requested.
All conference programming will have closed captioning, transcripts, and/or American Sign Language (ASL) interpretation.
The KAAN 2021 Virtual Conference is free of charge, with a suggested donation of 25 USD per person; however, any amount is greatly appreciated.
You can view the full schedule of events and register on the website. Click here for our conference announcement in ASL.