ICPA federal conference gets new date

ICPA federal conference back on in November

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A video presentation at a previous ICPA conference. File photo.

A video presentation at a previous ICPA conference. File photo.


The event will be back later this year after it was postponed in July.


The Isolated Children's Parents' Association of Australia has announced plans are underway for the postponed 50th annual federal conference to be conducted in Longreach on November 3 and 4.

Those who are unable to travel to Queensland will still be involved via an online, hybrid platform.

After making the difficult decision to postpone the event that was originally scheduled for July 28 and 29, the 2021 federal council and the conference convenors have been working towards a format in which those who have the ability to travel and those who haven't, will be able to enjoy the milestone 50-year event.

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Conference registrations will open in the coming weeks with invitations being sent shortly.

"Further details will be available as they come to hand as we monitor the COVID situation," an ICPA statement said.

"With the Conference now taking place in Longreach during summer, some details of the event have changed.

"Please watch the conference website for updates and announcements."

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