Meet us in Orlando – October 21-23!
We are excited to announce that Judith Owens, MD, MPH, Director of Sleep Medicine at Boston Children’s Hospital, will be our keynote speaker! She will be presenting “Behavioral treatments for narcolepsy; what do we need and what do we need to know?” Learn more about Dr. Owens on this page.
We will continue to offer sessions for kids and young adults with narcolepsy. Youth-only sessions will be geared to several age ranges and offer plenty of time to have fun with other youth with narcolepsy.
Learn more about the conference experience
Registration includes access to all sessions and speakers, a welcome reception, breakfast and lunch on Saturday and Sunday, and entertainment on Saturday night. Online registration is now closed. You can still register for the conference at the door starting at 3:00 pm on Friday, October 21.
Calling All Volunteers!
The 2016 conference is approaching and we need your help! Volunteers are an important part of the conference, and we really appreciate all the wonderful ways they help out. We are looking for volunteers in a number of areas, so we can match you according to your interests.
Whether you’re an experienced conference attendee or a first-timer, volunteering is a great way to get involved and meet new friends. We need volunteers of all types, so don’t hesitate to get involved, and don’t worry; you’ll still have plenty of time to enjoy the conference. Fill out this form to become a conference volunteer.
Narcolepsy Network members receive a discount on conference registration as well as many other membership benefits.
Narcolepsy Network offers financial aid, also known as scholarships, to NN members who, due to financial restrictions, are unable to attend the conference. To see the scholarship guidelines or to apply, click here.