International Symposium for Professionals

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 Work Group 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. Professionals may also choose to attend the Parent Workshop taking place before the Symposium. 

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2017 Speakers & Presentations

Strategies Track* 

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., OTR/L - Parent-Centered Strategies (Panel Discussion)

Research Track* 

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

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2016 Symposium Pictures

Our 2016 3S Symposium was sold out!

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