Spring Conference

Future Professional workshop is April 4th! Read the details in the FPC Newsletter and Register HERE!

Planning on attending the Spring Conference?  Here are the session details!

When: April 5th and 6th

Where: Phoenix VI and VII - 26800 Perdido Beach Blvd., Orange Beach, AL 36561

Registration fees: reduced fees for members do not include the membership fee

  • Professionals- $55 preregistration; $75 onsite registration
  • Student- $25 preregistration; $45 onsite
  • Retired- $30 preregistration; $50 onsite
  • Paraprofessionals- $30 preregistration; $50 onsite
  • Non-member- $115 preregistration; $135 onsite

To register and make online payment: 2019 Spring Conference Registration
Before you register online - be sure your membership is current. Fees are attached to your membership type. Expired membership is automatically charged the non-member fee.

Prefer to mail in your registration form and payment (postmark deadline March 15)? 2019 Spring Conference Registration Form

Purchase Order Policy If you are submitting a PO to ASAHPERD requesting an invoice, email the PO pre-registration form  to [email protected] as soon as possible and no later than March 5th so that an invoice can be sent to your bookkeeper allowing enough time for a check to be sent to ASAHPERD by the preregistration deadline. Checks must be postmarked by the same deadline as other pre-registration payments – March 15.  Purchase orders are not accepted on site.

Onsite Registration and Check-in hours (in Phoenix VI): 

  • Thursday, April 4   3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
  • Friday, April 5        7:30 am – 2:00 pm
  • Saturday, April 6    8:00 am – 11:00 am

Breakout session schedule: 

  • Friday, April 5             8:30 am – 3:40 pm        (4 breakout sessions)
  • Saturday, April 6       8:30 am – 1:00 pm        (4 breakout sessions)

General Session Keynote Speaker:  Robbie Gibbons, Homewood Middle School - Check out his story below.

Session topics and titles: 2019 Spring Conference Sessions

CEU Credit: 

STI-Chalkable #:           ASAHPERD-SC2019
STI-Chalkable Title:  ASAHPERD Spring Conference 2019

Last day to register for CEU hours on STI-Chalkable is Thursday, April 4

Research Poster Abstracts: Due March 1.  Submission details and requirements (doc;  pdf)

Accommodations:  Brett Robinson Vacation Rentals, group ID # 1341567

Phoenix VI-VII Condominium Properties

Property Features:
 Private Balconies with Gulf Front view
 Complimentary Wi-Fi Internet
 Complimentary Fitness Center
 Outdoor/Indoor Swimming Pool and Kiddie Pool
 Meeting Room
 Fully Equipped Kitchen
 Hot Tub / Sauna
 Lighted Tennis Courts
 Washer & Dryer
 Iron & Ironing Board

Arrival on April 4, 2019 and depart on April 7, 2019.
Phoenix VI – VII Condominium Properties

Can't stay 3 nights? Ask for a 1- or 2- night rate.



Phoenix VI-VII Condominium Properties
Located at 26800 Perdido Beach Blvd., Orange Beach, AL 36561

Please reference group ID # 1341567 when contacting our Call Center, (1-888-633-7101) available 24 hours/day.

Group Discounts are not available online, so you must call.

A prepaid deposit will be due at time of booking and is deducted from the total balance due at check-in.

If you cancel your reservation prior to seven (8) days of arrival, you will be refunded your deposit less a $70 cancellation fee. If you cancel your reservation with 7 days of your arrival date, you forfeit your deposit.


We are excited to announce Robbie Gibbons as our General Session Keynote Speaker.

Robbie Gibbons starred on the ABC reality TV show Castaways which aired fall of 2018.  The show, which journaled the lives of 12 individuals as they tried to survive on islands in Indonesia, tested the human need for companionship under extreme circumstances.  Contestants were dropped alone throughout various islets in Indonesia and challenged to survive among washed-up luggage, scattered resources, and abandoned structures.  While they knew castaways were on islands nearby, they were unaware of how many, or their locations.  Not knowing when they would be rescued, each contestant had a choice to persevere long enough to be rescued, or to quit.  On the show, Robbie became known for having a positive outlook through the worst of struggle.  His positive insight inspired fellow contestants to not only survive the islands, but the challenges of everyday life.
Robbie started his journey weighing over 410 pounds.  He survived the entire 6 weeks on the islands before being rescued.  During his time on the islands, Robbie realized he needed to make a complete lifestyle change and made a commitment to himself to live a healthier life.  After returning home, he was able to overcome morbid obesity by cleaning out the kitchen, and starting a regular exercise program. Robbie has been a physical education teacher at Homewood Middle School for the past 19 years. He has come full circle and ignited not only his spark but those students he works with on a daily basis. Come hear Robbie share what he found to be the secret to making a commitment and change.