Registration & Schedules for Teens and Parents
We look forward to seeing many of you in Cincinnati for FAACT's Fifth Annual Teen Retreat. We have a full-packed weekend planned for the teens, siblings, and parents. You definitely don't want to miss this weekend to meet others who live the same lives and share the same experiences as you and your family.
FAACT Spokesperson, Zac Chelini, will be leading the teen sessions with help from FAACT Teen Ambassador, Kendall Renee and FAACT Spokespersons, Emery Gewirtz and Miss Constitution Connecticut 2018 Natascia Simone.
The Teen Retreat will be full of hands-on and interactive sessions, and there is plenty of fun to be had for all!
* The Friday & Saturday Nights Teen Socials will consist of games, dance, music, karaoke, and more! There will be prizes!
* We have a full schedule for the parents’ sessions as well, hearing from leading experts and advocates, and conducting interactive sessions. There will be a Parent’s Social Friday & Saturday evenings while the teens are enjoying their social events.
The TEEN and PARENT Schedules are now available!
Registration fees per person for the weekend are as follows:
*NOTE: The teen and teen sibling registration fees are higher than the parents because FAACT is hosting an allergy-friendly luncheon for the teens/teen siblings at Palomino's Italian restaurant on Saturday from 12p-2p in between education sessions. Many have asked to go out on their own for lunch with their peers, and FAACT has arranged a private luncheon with a selected menu with Palomino's. Palomino's does an excellent job in managing multiple food allergies and are allergy aware and educated.
$160 - Adults/Parents/Caregivers
$195 - Teens (ages 11-23)
$195 - Teen Siblings (ages 11-23)
NOTE: Teens (ages 11-17) must be accompanied by a parent and/or legal guardian who also attends the Teen Retreat weekend. If 18 and still a senior in high school, he/she must also be accompanied by a parent and/or legal guardian who attends the Teen Retreat weekend. If 18+ and in college, he/she may attend the Teen Retreat weekend on his/her own, but parents and/or legal guardians are still preferred to attend.