11th International Institute & Symposium

Jennifer Miller - posted on 08/25/2010 ( 2 moms have responded )




Sensory Processing Disorder Foundation's 11th International Institute & Symposium

November 12, 13, & 14, 2010 in Seattle, WA


Final days for Early-bird Symposium rates - Register today

Coming Together: New Conversations on Sensory Processing Disorder Dont miss out on the best pricing for our first institute and symposium in the Pacific Northwest!

Early Bird Price is in effect through August 31.

Looking for continuing education thats different? Here are some of the reasons you should join in on the conversation: We will begin connecting what we know about Sensory Processing Disorder to engage, enlighten and energize YOU to make change happen wherever you live or work.

Our line up of presenters includes the best and the brightest from the local area as well as from prestigious organizations and educational institutions from around the country. You wont find this caliber of Sensory Processing Disorder experts together in one program anywhere!

The one-day Pre-Symposium Institute will feature advanced level content for the latest on assessments. You can network with colleagues from around the world and learn about opportunities for global collaboration at the free Sensory Integration Global Network (SIGN) Lunch Meeting, hosted by Diana Henry and Colleen Basaraba, co-chairs of the International Communication Committee.

Coming Together:
New Conversations on Sensory Processing Disorder

Latest Sensory Processing Disorder research
Innovative treatment strategies
Parenting solutions
Evolution in education
Network with colleagues from around the world
Leaders in Sensory Processing Disorder discussing
research, intervention, education and parent issues


Kathy Corbett, CEO
Brock Eide, MD and Fernette Eide, MD
Stephen Glass, MD
Ira Glovinsky, PhD
Diana A. Henry, MS, OTR/L
Lucy Jane Miller, PhD, OTR
Sarah A. Schoen, PhD, OTR
Barry E. Stein, PhD
Yvonne Swinth, PhD, OTR
Rosemary White, OTR/L
And many more sensational SPD experts...


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Tami - posted on 08/26/2010




Thanks for sharing this:O)

I have a question for you. I see a lot of PhD's on the above list. My daughter found a good OT place that has a PhD on staff.

Can a PhD diagnose SPD and//or Aspergers?

He's 3 and a half and we're trying to figure out where to start the diagnostic process. My Granddaughter, his cousin, had 3 yrs of OT and it was more helpful then anything the drs could do for her. Thanks!

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