2012 Conference on Hydrocephalus, ‘Save the Date!’

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by Pip Marks and Karima Roumila

Washington DCWe are most excited to announce our 12th National Conference on Hydrocephalus which will take place in Bethesda, MD on June 27th – July 1st 2012!

The goal of our biennial conferences is to give individuals, families and professionals the tools and connections they need to address the medical, educational and social challenges of hydrocephalus. One of the highlights of the 2012 conference will be a “day on the hill” in Washington DC. There will also be plenty of interactive sessions, the cornerstone educational seminars by our top-notch team of medical professionals and researchers with time for Q&A, the ever popular hands-on brain anatomy and physiology lab, and the dinner and dance with talent show.

Our patient-centered conferences empower all of us to understand, seek out and put into place the care, programs and services that will meet our needs now and well into the future. As the date draws closer, we will keep you updated on the meeting details.

Check out our last conference in Cleveland click here.

Here is what some of you said about the last conference!:

“What a great conference! We’re so motivated to make a difference for Sofia and
the Hydrocephalus community. Thanks for everything”

“It was nice to meet many of you at the Hydrocephalus association at the
Cleveland conference last week. It was a very well put together and well
run conference. I met a lot of good people and learnt of several opportunities
to become engaged and support the cause.”

“The conference was outstanding. So much planning and thought goes in
to the a conference that participants leave with so much valuable information
and form new friendships,”

“I am the mother of a Hydrocephalus patient. I recently attended the 11th
national conference in Cleveland and I wanted to send an email thanking
you for doing such a great job. It has been a scary and confusing 7 months
since my daughter was diagnosed. The limited information and awareness
of Hydrocephalus is disappointing and quite scary. The experience my family
had in Cleveland completely exceeded our expectations. It was the perfect
mix of information and comfort. The HA staff, physicians, families and patients
were amazing to listen to and because of that we plan on attending as many
conferences as we possibly can. I truly appreciate the time and effort that
everyone put in to make the conference possible.”

“I think that everything I can assess went perfectly at the Cleveland meeting. I
personally had a great time and was so impressed by the questions that were
asked and the enthusiasm of all participants”

8 Comments for : 2012 Conference on Hydrocephalus, ‘Save the Date!’
    • Brandy Jackson
    • February 3, 2012
    Reply

    Can you tell me what hotel and what the fee is going to be, we want to come this willl be our first conference since my 13 year old was just diagnosed in October 2011… Kashawn Stroman I love you!

    • Sarah
    • June 29, 2011
    Reply

    So excited, this will be our first conference!

    • Paul
    • April 3, 2011
    Reply

    Been to 3 conferences, always a very informative and fun time see you soon

    • Amanda Garzon
    • March 23, 2011
    Reply

    We can’t wait to attend.

    • Mary Anne Crews
    • March 11, 2011
    Reply

    Is there ever a “walk” in South Carolina? Thanks for any info, and thanks for all you do for the hydrocephalus association.

    • Danielle Netherton
    • March 5, 2011
    Reply

    What does this cost? Is there a fee for attending and if so what does that cover?
    Thanks!

      • tom
      • March 8, 2011
      Reply

      Danielle,
      There will be a registration fee. Details such as this will be released as they come available over the next few months.

      –HA Staff

    • Christopher Candy
    • March 5, 2011
    Reply

    I hope you guys come To Atlanta, GA and have a confrance one year !!!!!
    I would Love to see and meet you all !!!

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