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Conference Registration

Payment by PayPal is preferred.  If PayPal cannot be used: contact us at Payment@sotossyndrome.org.

How Much Is It?

Prices may change depending on location Registration Fee Per Person (all ages)
Early Bird Registration Fee – until March 31 $135.00 USD
Regular Registration Fee – on or after April 1 $160.00 USD
Late Registration Fee – on or after July 1 $175.00 USD – NO childcare available
At the Door Registration Fee – on or after July 8 $200.00 USD – NO childcare available
  • All attendees pay the same fee, regardless of age
    (i.e. the same registration fee applies to adults and children).
  • All children or young adult who will use our Childcare/Young Adult Activities program MUST be registered.
  • To obtain the Early Bird Registration Fee – all registration forms AND payment must be received by the deadline of March 31st.

What is Included?

The conference registration fee includes Friday evening dinner and entertainment, Saturday lunch and Sunday breakfast for all participants.

The adult registration fees include all conference workshops and lectures, panel discussions, doctor exam (if requested), and networking with parents and professionals dealing with Sotos Syndrome.

The child fee includes child care, young adult outings/field trips and sibling workshop, if offered.

What is Not Included?

Attendees are responsible for their own travel costs and hotel room bookings, as well as their own meals (other than the three meals listed above).

Cancellation Policy

Cancellation requests received by one week before the conference will receive a full refund. Other requests will be considered on a case-by-case basis. You can e-mail your cancellation to conference@sotossyndrome.org or phone 1-888-246-7772. This policy only applies to your conference registration fee. Attendees remain responsible for cancelling their own hotel reservations.

   

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