Workshop Registration

AAPdN Annual Conference 2018

Thank you for your interest in attending the AAPdN 2018 Fourth Annual Conference. To register, please fill out the information below.

Thank you to our 2018 conference sponsors, please visit their websites below

MHS
Pearson Assessments
The TOVA Company
Pro-Ed
HMH
PAR Inc
Include my contact information on lists distributed to other attendees. *

Workshop Registration

* Individuals who register for the entire conference are entitled to attend all Breakout Sessions, Lunch Sessions, Poster Sessions, the Social Hour, the Business Meeting, and the Exhibits. Individuals who register for Single Session Workshops ARE NOT entitled to attend other Breakout Sessions, Lunch Sessions, Poster Sessions, the Social Hour, or the Business Meeting. In order to register at the AAPdN Member price, you must be a member in good standing and have paid your dues for the current year. We will accept your dues payment(s) to bring you current so that you can register at the AAPdN Member price.

Will you be earning CE credits? *

CEs will be awarded by The American Academy of Pediatric Neuropsychology (AAPdN), which is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. The AAPdN maintains responsibility for this program and its content.

Conference Fees:
Please remember to check the "CE Fee for Conference" box if you are taking the courses for CE credit *
If you would like to sponsor additional student scholarships, please indicate the number of additional students you'd like to sponsor and we will add the appropriate amount to your invoice.
Workshop Attendance Schedule. Please select your conference schedule below:
I will attend the Friday Lunch Session (12:00pm - 1:15pm) - Julie Gettman – Neuropsychological Emphases in Assessment of Child and Adolescent Memory *
I will attend the Saturday Lunch Session (12:00pm - 1:15pm) - John Courtney – Biennial Update on Pediatric Psychopharmacology *
I will attend the Sunday Workshop (9:00am - 12:00pm) Shane Bush – Ethical Dilemmas in Pediatric Neuropsychological Practice *