3rd Annual Hawaii Wellness Leaders Conference with HH@WA
Kama’aina Kids believes workplace wellness is part of an employer’s responsibility to its workers and therefore, has partnered with the Hawaii Health at Work Alliance for the 3rd annual Hawaii Wellness Leaders Conference.
Kama’aina Kids is a charter member of the organization and co-founder Mark Nishiyama sits on HH@WA’s advisory council, which helps support HH@WA’s mission. Hawaii Health at Work Alliance is presenting the 3rd annual Hawai’i Wellness Leaders Conference with a focus on health and its critical intersection with human performance.
This year’s keynote presentation and workshop by renowned author and coach Brad Stulberg will help attendees learn to maximize their mental and physical potential, improve their overall well-being and avoid burnout.
The 3rd annual Hawaii Wellness Leaders Conference is from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 8 at Dole Cannery’s Pomaika’i Ballrooms. Stulberg’s keynote “The Practice of Sustainable Peak Performance” will be presented at 9:30 a.m.
About Kama`aina Kids
Kama’aina Kids is a private, non-profit, multi-service organization dedicated to serving children and their families through quality childcare programs. It’s services include, but are not limited to, preschool programs, before & after school programs, day camps, environmental education programs, enrichment programs, sports clinics, convention childcare and hotel programs.
Kama’aina Kids is made up of several divisions employing approximately 1,000 employees and serving nearly 9,700 children and families daily. The organization is currently one of the largest childcare providers in the State of Hawaii offering programs for preschool and school age children.
Understanding that children have needs based on their age and stage of development, the Preschool Division offers a number of programs. Through the implementation of the nationally recognized Creative Curriculum, each classroom is arranged to allow children the opportunity to explore and investigate their surroundings. In addition, staff have made a commitment to pursue accreditation through the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) and the National Early Childhood Program Accreditation (NECPA) which are the ultimate seals of approval.