Therapies in the School Early Bird Discounts. Announcing Zones of Regulation® Pre-Conference


We are excited to share with you the outline for our popular annual school based conference:

THERAPIES in the SCHOOL 2016
November 17-18, 2016
Framingham, MA

and
NEW THIS YEAR
we are thrilled to bring you an optional Pre-Conference: 
The Zones of Regulation®
A Framework to Foster Self-Regulation and Emotional Control

Wednesday November 16, 2016
Framingham, MA

LAST YEAR’S 2015 CONFERENCE WAS A SELL OUT!
Please register early to avoid disappointment

 

 We would like to offer you our 
Discounted Early Bird Registration

Register for the TWO DAYS of the Therapies in the School conference 
and get a reduced rate of $420 (saving $55).
Register for Therapies in the School (2 days) and the pre-conference
and get a reduced rate of $620 
Deadline June 17th, 2016

Mention “Therapies Early Bird” when you register
Must be used at time of registration. Cannot be combined with any other offers. Limited Time offer.
 
The Zones of Regulation® preconference presentation provides teachers, therapists and parents with hands-on knowledge on the nature of self-regulation and strategies for improving self-regulation and emotional control in individuals of all ages
PLEASE CLICK HERE FOR PRELIMINARY OUTLINE, PRICING AND REGISTRATION DETAILS

This year’s Therapies in the School conference focuses on collaborative approaches to supporting instruction in the classroom with related services, the functional but struggling child, how to support fine motor skills, and what is realistic for the moderate to severely involved child. In addition the conference will highlight mindfulness, movement and music, therapeutic implications of our current knowledge of how the brain works, motor issues in ASD, and visual processing as it affects learning.
PLEASE CLICK HERE FOR PRELIMINARY OUTLINE, PRICING AND REGISTRATION DETAILS

 

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