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This National Training will be held in New York, NY from December 14 – 16, 2022. Please find the Rules of Behavior, In Kind Letter and Agenda in the links above. We anticipate offering ASHA and AAA Continuing Education Units for the National Seminars (up to 10 credits).

Complimentary accommodations provided by ReSound for duration of training. ReSound will cover the cost of airfare, transportation to and from travel hub on arrival and departure days, hotel and meal costs associated with training days only. Hotel reservations will be made by ReSound on your behalf.


Things To Do in New York

  • Rockefeller Center - With over 100 stores and 40 places to dine, Rockefeller Center beckons city visitors and true New Yorkers alike. Classic meets current at Rockefeller Center, the city’s ultimate shopping destination. And whether you want to grab a quick bite, get your cappuccino fix, meet friends for cocktails or savor a special family dinner, you’ll relish the delicious options.
  • Fifth Avenue - Fifth Avenue is located in the heart of Manhattan. Lined with prestigious shops it is consistently ranked among the most expensive shopping streets in the world. There are enough over-the-top shopping opportunities on Fifth Avenue to satisfy everyone's taste. If you are looking for something specific or simply just window shopping, Fifth Avenue is not to be missed!
  • ABC Carpet & Home - Spread across multiple floors and two stores, the beautiful merchandising suggests little environments that could easily be transposed straight into a New York loft. Silk pillows, hand-blown glass, artfully scuffed French country furniture, delicate glass chandeliers—add several floors worth of exquisite rugs and floor treatments and you have the makings of a swoonworthy afternoon's shopping. The best part: They ship all around the globe!
  • The Holiday Shops at Bryant Park - Just in time for the holiday gift rush, makeshift shopping villages are popping up all over the city. The Holiday Shops at Bryant Park is a favorite destination for New Yorkers and visitors alike. Boasting more than 100 booths this European-style holiday market one of the biggest in town, while free ice skating on the park's rink makes it one of the most festive.
  • Chelsea Market - An urban oasis perfect for foodies Chelsea Market is housed in the same building as the Food Network. The historic 112-year-oldlandmark building which was the birthplace of the Oreo cookie and in recent years has won numerous architectural design awards it is the ultimate food paradise housing 12 of New York City’s finest specialty food shop, restaurants and a holiday market.
  • Holiday Shops at Columbus Circle - The Columbus Circle Holiday Market is internationally known as one of the most elegant and beautiful places for holiday shopping. Located at the entrance to Central Park, at 59th street and Central Park West, visitors lose themselves in glittering aisles of art, jewelry, home goods and delicious eats from local artisans and designers. The market is the perfect place to do all your holiday shopping while soaking in the splendor of winter in New York City.
  • Book It on Down to the New York Library - Grab a book, magazine, newspaper, tablet, phone or phablet, and read it in one of the majestic public reading rooms of the New York Public Library's iconic Stephen A. Schwarzman Building (that's the one with the lions).
  • Ice Skate at One of NYC’s Famous Rinks - The Wollman Rink in Central Park and The Rink at Rockefeller Center are two of the city’s most iconic destinations for skating. Few skating spots can match the ambience of Central Park’s Wollman Rink, especially after a fresh snowfall while skating at Rockefeller Center puts you front and center for both the Christmas tree and statue of Prometheus.
  • SoHo - This downtown neighborhood (the district South of Houston Street, bounded by Broadway, Canal Street, and 6th Avenue) is virtually synonymous with black-clad artist-types, expansive loft apartments, chic boutiques, and packed-to-the-gills restaurants.It's no wonder SoHo is known as one of the style capitals of the world. Soho is home to many of the best designers in the world who sell their work out of charming boutiques.
  • Macy’s/Macy’s Holiday Windows - No trip to New York City would be complete without a trip to the world’s largest store! Built in 1902, Herald Square was the first building to have the modern day escalator. For your convenience, Macy's offers a full-service Visitor Center located on the 34th Street Balcony Level, restaurants throughout the store and exciting events almost every day.