HBIDA’s annual Spring Conference aims to provide the community with a full day of educational opportunities to better understand and support those with learning differences and dyslexia. A keynote speaker is invited to present during the morning followed by various breakout sessions presented by experts in the field of learning disorders and dyslexia. Breakout sessions provide attendees with the opportunity to tailor their conference experience to specific areas of interest or need. Vendors, exhibits, and a book store are present during the conference. The Nancy LaFevers Community Service Award is presented to the recipient during the seated luncheon. Attendees include parents of children with dyslexia or other learning differences, educators, counselors, school administrators, therapists, community advocates, and clinicians
Registration prior to the conference is required and available online. Onsite registration is not available. A light breakfast, and seated luncheon is included in the registration fee. The annual updated HBIDA resource directory is also given to those in attendance. ALTA and TSHA CEU’s are available.
HBIDA 21st Annual Conference
March 4, 2017 Hilton Hotel
University of Houston Campus
7:15 a.m. Registration 8:00 – 4:15 Conference
Register online January 9 – February 26, 2017
Jerome Schultz, Ph.D.
Keynote: “Stress! The Missing Piece of the LD/ADHD Puzzle”
Lenox Reed and Will Noel Lecture: “The Journey to Success”
NANCY HENNESSY, M.Ed., LDT, CALT
“Solving the Inference Mystery”
CHARLES HAYNES, Ed.D., CCC-SLP
“Listening and Speaking: Essential Ingredients for Teaching Struggling Writers”
ELSA CARDENAS-HAGAN, Ed.D.
“English Learners: Making Connections for Literacy Success”
“Dyslexia Across Languages: Creating an Individualized Model for Intervention”
CHERYL CHASE, Ph.D.
“Dyslexia and Dysgraphia: From Diagnosis to Treatment”