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The schedule for HeartCamp is still in progress! But we're heartfully excited about the variety of topics and speakers from all walks of life. And remember, everyone who attends is a contributor to the dialogue.

Registration is required at Eventbrite to attend HeartCamp.  The deadline is January 25.

Please create a free account here at Sched.org; this will give you the ability to print your own custom program and to share as well as engage with other participants on social networks. There will be a limited number of printed programs at the registration table for reference only and all attendees will rely mainly on Sched's mobile apps for smartphones.

To download the schedule to your phone, go to http://heartcamp2013.sched.org in your browser and follow the instructions to add to home screen. Log in to see your customized schedule.

Sessions and topics may be moved around as the schedule evolves, so kindly review it the night before the event.  Sponsors mentioned here are those supporting particular sessions.  Please check out our website for other amazing supporters.

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Saturday, February 2 • 2:00pm - 2:45pm
Be In Your Body, Find Your Beauty

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I have stood on many stages in my life, or I have mostly hidden from the spotlight. Now, I have stepped into my visibility and my voice. I hope to be a beacon and role model for anyone who is struggling with a disability, visible, invisible… or any challenge. I can help you learn to discover the beauty in your flaws. You will not call in the love of your life until you love and accept yourself. We have all heard this before, and it feels cliché just writing this, but it’s really true! I have learned to stand in the embodied knowing of my beauty, as a woman with a visible disability. I want to “break beauty out of the box,” out of the narrow confines of our societal standards of perfection. Let’s see beauty outside of the margins.


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Shelly Baer

Shelly Baer, a licensed clinical social worker, has worked in the Miami community for more than 20 years. She’s employed at University of  Miami Miller School of Medicine’s, Mailman Center for Child Development as Coordinator of The Emerging Transformational Leadership Program and Associate Director of Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (LEND) Training Program.     Ms. Baer grew up in Miami... Read More →

Saturday February 2, 2013 2:00pm - 2:45pm
Cabana 2 Hotel Urbano

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