Paid Members Enjoy Exclusive Benefits
Only $199 (for one year)*
*Over $500 in value
We've designed the STAR Institute Professional Paid Membership so that you can enhance your knowledge of Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) treatment, strategies and research all year long. For the first time ever in 2018, we are offering 18 FREE interactive live-streamed learning events that you can access from anywhere in the world (with internet access) to Paid Professional Members. These live-streamed Roundtable and Treatment Mentoring events will give you a competitive edge as you learn from STAR Institute Faculty and Staff who are also leaders in the field of SPD. Plus, you'll get access to a new online community and you still get the discounts you've come to love year after year. Your membership dues support SPD education and research by helping to raise awareness and find solutions for the millions of children and adults living with SPD worldwide.
These benefits apply to those joining/renewing between January 15, 2018–present. Valid one year from date of purchase.
The Details of 2018 Membership Benefits:
10% discount at Flaghouse.com
On any of their 8,000+ items, and no minimum purchase required! Some exceptions may apply
20% discount on SPD University
On ALL SPD online learning programs (includes AOTA CEUs and ASHA CEUs when applicable)
Discount on the 3S International Symposium
Special membership pricing to attend the STAR Institute 3S International Symposium
FREE Interactive Roundtables - Live and Online -
Professional Members-Only events hosted by STAR Institute founder, faculty, and special guests. Check out the topics and schedule!
FREE Online Community access
Weekly input from STAR Institute faculty and staff for Professional members only
FREE Interactive Treatment Mentoring - Live and Online
Professionals Only. Hosted by STAR Institute faculty. Get the schedule! (Recorded sessions will be available the following day).
Fund SPD Research
Your membership dues help to raise SPD awareness and find solutions for SPD through research.