Clinical Populations with CAPD: What We Know and What Lies Ahead
Orange County Convention Center, West Building | Orlando, Florida
Friday March 28 (evening) – Saturday, March 29 (full-day)
Central auditory processing disorder (CAPD), seen in children and adults, has been linked to a number of etiologies involving neuroanatomical abnormalities, neurological compromise of the central auditory nervous system, neuromaturational lag and learning related auditory processing problems. This special conference, Clinical Populations with CAPD: What We Know and What Lies Ahead, will bring together leading international scientists and clinicians to discuss what we know and future directions in research and clinical practice. The CAPD Global Conference will be held in conjunction with AudiologyNOW! 2014, March 26-29. Academy CEUs and Tier 1 hours will be offered.
The impressive lineup of presenters includes: Kenneth Hugdahl, PhD , Paula Tallal, PhD , George Gates, MD, N. Shivashankar, MD; Vivian Iliadou, MD, PhD, Mridula Sharma, PhD; Sharon Cameron, PhD, Eliane Schochat, PhD; Frederick Gallun, PhD, Gail Chermak, PhD; Suzanne Purdy, PhD.
We would like to thank for Plural Publishing for their sponsorship of student scholarships and the Royal Arch Foundation for their financial support of this event.
For a preliminary agenda, click here
CAPD Program Committee
Gail Chermak, PhD – Program Chair
Frank Musiek, PhD – Conference Co-Chair
Doris Eva-Bamiou – Conference Co-Chair
CAPD Registration Rates
$120Student Member$45Nonmember$155AudiologyNOW! and CAPD (Members Only)$95