Friday Feature 3.30.2018
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The Center for START Services
The Countdown is On!
The START National Training Institute is less than six weeks away. Take advantage of this opportunity to learn about the most current research and best practices in the field of IDD/MH. In addition to the valuable keynote presentations, panel discussions, and breakout sessions being offered this year, the SNTI provides social networking opportunities intended to strengthen partnerships amongst START network members from across the country- and you won’t want to miss START’s 30th anniversary celebration with a special performance by the official START band, the Berkshire Hills Music Academy (BHMA) Troupe! We hope to see you in Boston May 7th - 9th.
Register for the 2018 SNTI
The reservation cut off date has been extended until April 13th. 
Reserve your room at the Sheraton Boston Hotel today to take advantage of a greatly reduced room rate. Click here to book your reservation online.
Here's what 2017 SNTI attendees had to say about last year's program:
"It was helpful to learn some practical applications of positive psychology that I have already used in my interactions with individuals and families since returning from the SNTI."
- Positive Psychology Keynote Attendee
"It was very satisfying to finally see the results of all our hard work with the FEIS, and the impact it had on the people we serve- as a START coordinator I only experienced a small part of this, but it was great to see the end result!"
- START Research Panel Attendee
"I absolutely loved the band and was blown away by their talent and professionalism.  They clearly love what they do and it is so refreshing to see that these individuals were given a chance to blossom and fully realize their talent."
- Berkshire Hills Music Academy Performance Attendee
Visit our website for detailed information and contact us if you have any questions.
Thanks for reading and happy Friday,

The Center for START Services

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Institute on Disability at the University of New Hampshire