This is the first time we’ve run a giveaway like this and we are SO excited to pass this along to you.
We have the EXCLUSIVE giveaway to the 2013 Sensory World Conference in Hot Springs Arkansas. Not only will you be in attendance at a conference dedicated to Sensory Processing Disorder, but you will also be able to learn from these phenomenal women:
…and when the conference concludes, you will have had an opportunity to:
- Understand current research on SPD
- Find activities that support attention
- Provide stimulation to increase emotional regulation
- Use tasks to provide a calming influence
- Recognize and identify sensory processing challenges in children
- Define and describe the “inside out perspective”
- List the benefits of a sensory diet
- Create and implement a custom sensory diet
- Recognize behavioral signs of sensory overload and/or autonomic nervous system overload
- Use visual supports
Each ticket being given away is a $135 value … actually, what you will learn will be priceless… So, how can you go? We have two ways of getting you there.
- Visit Future Hoizons / Sensory World and register to attend the conference with a 15% discount when you use the code “SPECIAL”. Follow this link to get more information and complete your registration and DON’T FORGET to use your “SPECIAL” code to get your discount upon checkout.
- Enter this EXCLUSIVE giveaway. Sensory World has been kind enough to give one READER and one BLOGGER a ticket to attend the conference in Hot Springs Arkansas on Friday, March 15, 2013.
Here’s how to enter:
a Rafflecopter giveaway
RULES: This contest will run from now through February 16, 2013. Two winners will be selected from all eligible entries (one to be a blogger) and will be notified by email and/or twitter / facebook on February 17, 2013. The winner(s) will have 24 hours to claim the prize. If the prize is not claimed within 24 hours, an alternate winner will be chosen. You MUST be a subscriber and must verify that you are at least 18 years of age (19 in Nebraska or Alabama and 21 in Mississippi) and reside in the United States.