Boise Sensory Conference – Save 15%

Future Horizons is hosting the Boise Sensory Conference at the Boise Centre in Idaho on Friday, May 17, 2013. The daylong conference kicks off with registration and a continental breakfast at 7:00 am concludes at 4:30 pm. If you are planning on attending this conference, don’t forget to use discount code MHO to save 15% off of your registration fee.

Boise Sensory Conference Details:

Location: Boise Center 850 West Front Street
Speakers:
Carol Kranowitz, MA – Sensory Processing Disorders in Children
By attending participants can:

  • Identify and describe the six types of SPD and how they can affect the daily lives of children
  • Recognize co-existing problems (e.g., visual, auditory, eating, sleeping, and emotional difficulties)
  • Discuss several research studies by the world’s top investigators
  • Demonstrate “In-Sync” activities, specifically designed to engage various sensory systems and thereby improve learning and regulate behavior

Jennifer McIlwee Myers – Growing Up With Sensory Issues
By attending participants can:

  • Understand how SPD affects a child’s social and emotional world
  • Change and improve “behavior problems” by understanding sensory needs
  • Teach the child with SPD life skills that will improve his performance
  • Build a child’s self-awareness to help increase functioning in multiple areas

Beth Aune, OTR/L – Behavior Solutions In & Beyond the Inclusive Classroom
By attending participants can:

  • Accommodate learning differences in an inclusive classroom
  • Interpret behavior as communication of sensory needs, social/emotional needs, and physical needs
  • Address problem behaviors such as fidgeting, hyperactivity, hiding, and temper outbursts

Register online today and don’t forget to use discount code MHO to save 15% off of your registration red: Boise Sensory Conference Registration.

If you aren’t able to make it to Boise, find a 2013 autism or sensory conference in your area.

Photo: Boise Metro Chamber/Flickr

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