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Don’t miss our annual conference!

Join us in Denver for “Mile High Dreams,” our 29th annual conference, October 17-19 at the Hyatt Regency Denver Tech Center. The NN conference brings people with narcolepsy, their families, friends and treating professionals together to hear from some of the world’s leading narcolepsy researchers and doctors, and to share experiences with one another. For many attendees, the conference is the first time they have ever met someone else who shares their diagnosis.  It is an educational and emotional experience that many people have described as a life-changing event.

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This year’s keynote speaker is Dr. Todd J. Swick, medical director of Houston Sleep & Neurology Associates and a member of NN’s medical advisory board.  Dr. Swick will present “Narcolepsy 101,” a full overview of narcolepsy, from the basics to the latest developments in research and treatment. Other confirmed speakers include:

  • Dr. Eve Rogers, neurologist
  • Dr. Rubin Naiman, integrative sleep and dream medicine specialist at the University of Arizona’s Center for Integrative Medicine
  • Nicole Jeray, LPGA golfer and narcolepsy advocate
  • Dr. Lawrence Scrima, director of the Sleep-Alertness Disorders Center in Aurora, CO
  • Dr. Lois Krahn, sleep specialist at the Mayo Clinic
  • Dr. Suresh Kotagal, pediatric neurologist at the Mayo Clinic  

Event Schedule

Friday, October 17
1:00-5:00: Visit the Denver Museum of Nature and Science (optional, additional ticket purchase required)
3:00-7:00: Registration
7:00-9:00: Welcome Reception
   
Saturday, October 18
7:00 -10:00: Registration
7:30-9:00: Breakfast
9:00- 10:00: Keynote Address
10:00-12:00: Breakout Sessions
12:00-2:45: Lunch / Membership Meeting/Nap
2:45-5:00: Breakout Sessions
6:00: Dinner at the hotel  (optional, additional ticket purchase required)
8:00: Entertainment at the hotel
   
Sunday, October 19
7:30-9:00: Breakfast
9:00-12:00: Breakout Sessions
12:00-2:45: Lunch/Nap
2:45- 4:00: Breakout Sessions
4:00-5:00: Closing Session

Registration

Adult Member Early Registration: $200 (after August 31: $225)
Student Member Early Registration: $150 (after August 31: $175)
Non-Member Registration: $375  

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Narcolepsy Network Membership

2014 membership: $40 learn more about the benefits of NN membership

Optional Events

Trip to Denver Museum of Nature and Science (Friday 1-5 pm) more about the museum

Tickets
Adults: $12
Children: $6
Seniors (65+): $8
Bus to and from hotel: $15
The Hyatt Regency Denver Tech Center

The Hyatt Regency Denver Tech Center

Saturday night dinner at the hotel: $30  

Hotel   

Rooms at the Hyatt Regency Tech Center Hotel are available at a special conference rate of $99 per night.  To make reservations, call 303-779-1234 or reserve online To receive this rate, you must mention the Narcolepsy Network conference when you call or use the link above.  This rate is available through September 25.

Scholarships

Narcolepsy Network offers financial assistance to people who would otherwise be unable to attend the NN conference due to financial restrictions.  Scholarship awards are made possible by several sources including donations to our conference scholarship fundraiser and grants from corporate donors. Narcolepsy Network thanks all supporters for their donations. Scholarships are awarded based on financial need, proximity to the conference location, length of membership in Narcolepsy Network, and frequency of previous scholarship awards. For more information and to apply, see the Scholarship Application Form.  The deadline to apply is July 15, 2014.

Art Show

There will be an N[ART] EXHIBITION at the conference. Longtime organizer/curator Laura J. Evert encourages  you to participate! You need not be a distinguished artist, poet, writer, painter, sculptor, photographer, or filmmaker to take part. By living with narcolepsy you have something important to contribute, whether art or craft. Let’s see what you have made! The art show will include a display of art pieces that express the artist’s life with narcolepsy, sleep (or the lack there of) + dreams. We would also love to see art + crafts made by those with narcolepsy where a direct link to their narcolepsy may not be as clear.  For more information including how to submit your work, see the Art Show Flier

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