Day 1 - Friday

AMBA Appreciation Awards dinner

The AMBA Appreciation Awards recognise and reward the commitment of our volunteers in supporting multiple birth families. The awards focus on and celebrate the adoption of the AMBA values in how our volunteers engage within their clubs and within the broader community.

Who should attend?

We welcome a broad audience and special guests to attend our awards dinner. It's a celebration! 

Day 2 - Saturday

AMBA business & organisational efficiency

The sessions on this day include an update from the Board of Directors, the required business meetings (Plenary, Annual General Meeting) plus the innovative "AMBA Club Unite" exhibition that focus on sharing expertise, aligning expectations, uniting AMBA and enabling us to reach our mission.

Who should attend?

Club executive committee members, general committee members, member families and volunteers.

Day 3 - Sunday

Research and breakouts on multiple birth issues

The final day is where you will hear about relevant research studies plus updates on existing studies and publications from the AMBA Patron. You have the opportunity to participate in plenary and breakout sessions covering a range of lifestyle and professional topics for volunteers and families.

Who should attend?

Member families and the wider community that have an interest in multiple birth and our unique issues.

When designing the convention program, we adopted a detailed process, discussing the outcomes we wanted for attendees, what attendees would learn and take away from the weekend, and what types of sessions were best to ensure we delivered on those commitments.

We are excited to continue the innovative "AMBA Club Unite" exhibition that will feature on Day 1 at convention, celebrating the centres of excellence within our club and volunteer base.

Plenary sessions are designed for all attendees. The expectation is that all attendees participate in the plenary sessions and then move on to selected breakout sessions.