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Irlen® UK is pleased to be hosting the next Irlen International Conference in Manchester July 2019


Filtering A Toxic Environment

The conference for Irlen Diagnosticians and Screeners will be held at the Renaissance Manchester City Centre Hotel 17th through 20th July 2019. 

The conference will also be open to members of the general public on Wednesday 17th & Saturday, July 20th. 


 Speakers include-


Wed 17th

Helen Irlen MA. BCPC. PPS. BCPTSD. LMFT- Toxic Environment


Adam Anderson Ph.D  Associate Professor Cornell University -  Recent research on Irlen Syndrome


Dr Eve De Rosa. Associate Professor Cornell University - Neuroscience, the brain and cognition

Shoshama Shamberg OTR/L MS FAOTA - sensory processing disorders. TBI, concussion & migraine interventions

Shulamit Elad MA & Dr Aviva Bar Nir - Irlen and ADHD differential diagnosis

Thurs 18th

Update training specifically for Irlen Diagnosticians and Irlen Screeners

Also talks covering - Expanding business practice, client cultivation and maintenance and increasing an Irlen Screening business. Assistive technology and Driving with Irlen. 

Marcelo Bernal MEd. – Education research in Ecuador

Friday 19th

Sharyn Gormely-  Working with brain injury

Kate Richardson - Sensory issues and autism

Sandi Tosta Ph.D. - Addressing conflict and confusion from eye-care professionals and dyslexia experts.

Linda McCraig- Irlen and visual snow

Ross Hyslop  Challenges for learners

Sat 20th

Fritz Steiner - Visual impairment and Irlen

Margaret Harris- Irlen and maths


Olga Bogdashina MA. Ph.D  Autism

Padmore Quanash & Dr Jeri LeVigne - The Ghana Project

Dr Doris Ang - Irlen in Southeast Asia

Tehnaz Ragi - Irlen in India

Mona Kazim - A Miracle Case

Further names and details may be released later


Tickets are currently available for £315

The tickets for the conference do not include the dinner on Saturday Evening, this is a further £40


The Conference Dinner is from 7pm on Sat 20th July


Renaissance Manchester City Centre Hotel

Blackfriars Street · Manchester, England M3 2EQ UK


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The Bee has been a part of the Manchester city arms and used throughout promotion of the city since before 1850.

Manchester is one of the most exciting places to visit in the UK right now where everybody and anybody is very warmly welcomed.

Known throughout the world as the birthplace of the industrial revolution, Manchester has a proud history in science, politics, music, arts and sport. And today the city combines this heritage with a progressive vision to be a city that delivers surprise and delight in equal measures.

Manchester is the third-most visited city in the UK, after London and Edinburgh. It is notable for its architecture, culture, musical exports, media links, scientific and engineering output, social impact, sports clubs and transport connections. 


Manchester Liverpool Road railway station was the world's first inter-city passenger railway station; scientists first split the atom, developed the stored-program computer and produced graphene in the city.


Manchester remained a small market town until the late 18th century, and the beginning of the Industrial Revolution. The Spinning Jenny in 1764 marked the beginning of the Industrial Revolution bringing with it the first fully mechanised production process.


The city centre has undergone extensive regeneration. New and renovated complexes such as The Printworks and the Corn Exchange have become popular shopping, eating and entertainment destinations. The Manchester Arndale is the UK's largest city centre shopping centre.


Manchester City and Manchester United are popular Premier League football clubs in Manchester. Fixtures between the clubs are referred to as the Manchester Derby. Manchester United are the most successful football club in England with 66 elite honours won. Manchester City are ranked seventh in England by the number of elite honours won.


Manchester has competed twice to host the Olympic Games, being beaten into fourth place by Atlanta in 1996 and coming third to Sydney in 2000. Manchester hosted the 2002 Commonwealth Games with many sporting facilities being built for them, including the City of Manchester Stadium, the Manchester Velodrome, the National Squash Centre and the Manchester Aquatics Centre

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