The objective of this class is to help parents understand the importance of first foods and spoon feedings; what foods to offer; when to offer different foods; and techniques to promote successful feeders. Find out more here.

STAR Institute Scholarships provide financial aid to families seeking answers for their children with Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD), and other sensory challenges related to Attention Deficit Hypertension Disorder (ADHD), Autism Spectrum Disorder and other behavioral and developmental disabilities. Find out more here.

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.

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How can we develop more fun and functional parks and play spaces in our communities that enhance social interactions, engagement and enhance quality of life for all users? 
Attend the Play for ALL! workshop to learn from experts in Occupational Therapy, Landscape Architecture, Parks and Recreation and others involved with planning, designing and managing play environments how to develop more inclusive and functional play areas for users of ALL ages and ALL abilities.
This unique cross-discipline education workshop will share evidence-based learnings you can integrate into your practice. In addition attendees will learn how to build…

This program will not only launch you forward in the field of research, but it will propel forward the world’s understanding of Sensory Processing Disorder as a whole. This advanced learning opportunity that focuses on single subject research designs for studying treatment effectiveness.

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Apr. 3 - May 10, 2017
4:15-5:30 on Mon. and Wed.

The STAR CREW Program builds social cognition and awareness,
communication, problem-solving skills, and interactive play skills for
children ages 3-6 years.

  • Expands non-verbal and verbal social language skills
  • Increases ability to initiate social interaction with peers
  • Improves social awareness and social problem solving
  • Increases ability to self-regulate during play-based social interaction

Apr. 3 – May 10 • Ages 3-6 • Every Monday & Wednesday • 4:15…

2017 Summer Camps

Jun. 12 – 23 • Ages 4-6 • 10:15 am – 11:30 am 

Jul. 10 – 21 • Ages 7 & older • 10:15 am – 11:30 am