A Celebration of 20 Years:
Growth in Research and Strategies for Sensory Processing Disorder
Denver, Colorado • October 6-7, 2017
This year the 3S Symposium is highlighting 20 years of research accomplishments by the SPD Scientific Workgroup with thought-provoking Research and Strategy presentations by clinical experts in the field. Choose from presentations on both the Research Track and the Strategies Track. There will be a Parent Workshop taking place before the Symposium. More information will be announced soon.
Registration will open in March!
2017 Speakers & Presentations
Monica G. Osgood - An Introduction to a 21st Century School Model for Children with Diverse Needs
Diana Henry MS, OTR/L, FAOTA - Empowering Stakeholders Through Data-Driven Decision Making
Erna Blanche Ph.D., OTR/L, FAOTA - Evidence based treatment of SPD
Susan Bazyk Ph.D., OTR/L, FAOTA - Generating programs for partnerships within schools and the community
Gilbert Foley EdD - Relationship based and family strategies (Panel Discussion)
Lucy Jane Miller Ph.D. - Parent-Centered Strategies (Panel Discussion)
Lucy Jane Miller Ph.D., OTR/L & Sarah Schoen Ph.D. OTR/L - History of the Scientific Workgroup
Alice Carter Ph.D. - Epidemiological findings from large scale research
Elysa Marco M.D. - SPD: From Genetics to Brain Connection and Cognitive Training
Elysa Marco M.D. - Neurophysiological findings- Relationship to Function (Panel Discussion)
Carol Van Hulle Ph.D. - RDOC: A New Look at Diagnosis: Should Sensory Motor Be Included? (Panel Discussion)
Elizabeth Torres Ph.D. - Reafferentation as a marker of treatment effectiveness in Autism and Sensory Processing Disorder
Stephen Camarata Ph.D. - Using Multiple Baseline Studies in developing an evidence base for OT
*subject to change
2016 Symposium Pictures
Our 2016 3S Symposium was sold out!