Sensory Processing Disorder Foundation - Institute & Symposium

Venue: University of Texas Austin

Location: Austin, Texas, United States

Event Date/Time: Mar 31, 2011 End Date/Time: Apr 02, 2011
Registration Date: Mar 30, 2011
Early Registration Date: Feb 28, 2011
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THURSDAY, March 31, 2011
Pre-Symposium Institute
HOPE AND HELP FOR FAMILIES OF CHILDREN WITH SENSORY PROCESSING DISORDER

Presentations are designed for those who care for children with sensory issues or Sensory Processing Disorder—parents, grandparents, caregivers, therapists, educators, and anyone wanting to learn more about the fundamentals of Sensory Processing Disorder. LEARN about differential diagnosis of SPD subtypes and principles of intervention based on subtypes. DISCOVER sensational strategies that you can use for follow-up at home or school. CONNECT with parents and professionals. ENHANCE opportunities for parent networking and community resources.

FRIDAY and SATURDAY, April 1-2, 2011
12th International Symposium
ADVANCED RESEARCH AND INNOVATIVE PRACTICE:
Sensory Processing Disorder in Special Populations

Enhance your knowledge and skills. Broaden your clinical practice. Attend the SPD Symposium!

We have gathered prestigious researchers as well as expert clinicians from Texas and from around the United States to share their knowledge of SPD in special populations including children with autism, orphans, and those that have been in foster care or institutionalized. LEARN about research related to neuroplasticity, the auditory system, and function and dysfunction in the vestibular system. DISCOVER the latest in SPD Treatment using the STAR center model, the DIR/Floortime PLAY project, and Listening Therapy. CONNECT with experts and other professionals working with children who have sensory issues.

Select from 2 tracks—Research and Strategies—with beginner to advanced level content for OTs, PTs, SLPs, MDs, Psychologists, Educators, parents and anyone interested in Sensory Processing Disorder.

Location: University of Texas at Austin – The Autism Project, L. Theo Bellmont Hall, 2100 San Jacinto, Austin, TX 787-1047

Information and Registration: www.SPDFoundation.net/AUSTIN2011
or 303.794.1182
Early-bird discounted rates in effect through February 28! Group rates available for Professionals

Venue

L. Theo Bellmont Hall, 2100 San Jacinto
Austin
Texas
United States
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