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Coming Together:
New Conversations on Sensory Processing Disorder

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:

Kathy Corbett
Joan Cole Duffell
Brock Eide, MD
Fernette Eide, MD
Lynn Fishman Hellerstein, OD
Stephen Glass, MD
Matthew S. Goodwin, PhD
Diana Henry, MS, OTR/L
Elysa Marco, MD
Ronald B. Minson, MD
Sarah A. Schoen, PhD, OTR
Gary Stobbe, MD
Yvonne Swinth, PhD, OTR
Trina Westerlund, MEd
Rosemary White, OTR/L

It's not too late! Join us for our first ever in the Pacific Northwest!

Our New Conversations will include you and many thought-provoking leaders in Sensory Processing Disorder research, intervention, education and parent solutions. Featuring keynote presentations by:

Ira Glovinsky, PhD
Clinical Psychologist
Interdisciplinary Center for the Family

Lucy Jane Miller, PhD, OTR
Founder and Executive Director, SPD Foundation
Director, STAR (Sensory Therapies And Research) Center

Barry E. Stein, PhD
Professor & Chair, Neurobiology and Anatomy
Wake Forest University

We will begin connecting what we know about Sensory Processing Disorder from various disciplines to engage, enlighten and energize YOU to make change happen wherever you live or work.

Don't delay and to ensure your seat at the table for our new conversations!

Group Rate available:
Register 4 and the 5th registration is free. Call 303.794.1182 for details or to register.

The Westin Bellevue
600 Bellevue Way NE
Bellevue, WA 98004
ph 425.638.1000
Special room rate of $130 per night available through 11/1.
Reserve your room now

Continuing Education Credit:
AOTA CEUs available for program participation.

Northwest Supporting Organizations:
We are grateful for the local support of , Children's Institute for Learning Differences, The Arc of King County and Committee for Children.

Exceptional Exhibitors:
Visit our exceptional exhibitors this year including STAR Center, Future Horizons, Sensory World, Landscape Structures, Weighted Wearables, SticKids, , IDEA Training Center, Henry OT, SPIO, SmartKnit Kids and Howda Designz.

Visit for program agenda and registration.

See you in Seattle!

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