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During Barnard Reunion 2017 events:
1:30 p.m. — Ceremony to receive the Distinguished Alumna Award, “presented each year at Reunion to an alumna who personifies the ideals of a liberal arts education and has achieved considerable public or professional distinction and recognition in her chosen field.”
3:00-4:00 p.m. — “A Serendipitous Career in Sensory Processing Disorder” A talk about the unexpected path from being an English major and dancer at Barnard to becoming knowledgable about Sensory Processing Disorder.
The Out-of-Sync Child: Sensory Challenges & Sensible Solutions — Sponsored by Lauren’s Institute for Education
All-day staff training on sensory processing at Lauren’s Institute for Education (L.I.F.E.) in Gilbert, Arizona. The mission of L.I.F.E. is to improve the quality of life for differently-abled children and adults.
Ninety-minute program at the Parent Conference, “Optimizing the Outcome of X & Y Variations in Children.” The mission of The Focus Foundation is to increase awareness and early detection of X & Y chromosomal disorders, dyslexia and developmental dyspraxia, and to discover innovative treatments for recovery.
It’s Elementary! Simple, Fun Activities to Get School-Aged Kids In Sync — Sponsored by The STAR Institute for SPD
An hour-long presentation for parents, focusing on children ages five to eleven. Part of an all-day Parent Workshop: Relationships and SPD Across the Lifespan in Greenwood Village.
This pre-conference event occurs the day before The STAR Institute’s 20th International “3S” Symposium: Strategies, Science & Success, in Denver.
Click here for information about the Parent Workshop in Greenwood Village, Thursday, October 5th.
Click here for information about the STAR Institute’s “3S” Symposium in Denver, October 6-7.
At the 2017 Mid-Atlantic Episcopal School Association (MAESA) Early Childhood Conference. This year’s focus is, “Developmental Experts Weigh In,” exploring a variety of issues and concerns for early childhood educators and administrators.