ASN Community Events Calendar
Autism Conferences, Workshops, Awareness and Advocacy Events
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With more than 70 workshop choices and 100 exhibits, our conference can be tailored to meet your needs for information and resources.Find out more »
Building Success: Understanding the Complex Nature of AutismFind out more »
Join Pace University and the Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems for a film festival marathon featuring short films respecting autonomy and empowerment of people with disabilities.Find out more »
Berklee Institute for Arts Education and Special Needs – ABLE Assembly: Arts Better the Lives of Everyone
The Berklee Institute for Arts Education and Special Needs (BIAESN) is delighted to announce the 2019 dates for its annual conference, ABLE Assembly: Arts Better the Lives of Everyone. The ABLE Assembly 2019 will be held April 12–14 at Berklee College of Music in Boston. The ABLE Assembly is an exceptional professional development opportunity in the field of arts education and special needs, bringing together educators, artists, researchers, policymakers, school administrators, program administrators, and students to share best practices, engage in hands-on experiences,…Find out more »
This year at our annual Spring Conference AHA is proud to present: Improving Communication Strategies for Individuals with Autism, featuring keynote speaker Alexander “Alex” Plank. Alex is the creator of the website Wrong Planet and consultant to the television show The Bridge. Alex will present on Autism in the Media. Our other speakers include Jackie Bowen, Kate Cody, Dena Gassner, Gina Moravcik, Stephen Shore, Kate Trammell and Zosia Zaks presenting effective communication strategies for individuals, families and professionals in employment,…Find out more »
With 81 workshop options, 100+ exhibitors, and opportunities for networking and support, you can truly create the conference experience that YOU need. With all content reviewed to be evidence-based and presented by leaders in the autism community, you can be confident that it will be a good use of your valuable time and resources. Here are some of the very different ways our 1,300+ participants craft their schedules: • Those who value our Transition Conference will find 4 times as…Find out more »
"A Celebration of Unique People" Registration and Details: upsgala2019.uniquepeopleservices.org Thursday, October 17, 2019 Marina del Rey Caterers 1 Marina Drive, Bronx, NY 10465 Cocktail Hour | 6:30PM-7:30PM Dinner and Program | 7:30PM – 10:30PM Please RSVP by Friday, October 4, 2019Find out more »
The morning will include a series of presentations on vocational options and college programs. After lunch a series of workshops will focus on transition to jobs/ vocational schools for students and supporters, one for students interested in college programs, another for parents interested in college. Information on transition planning and programs as well as a final session on transition issues for the entire group. The focus will be on practical and helpful information and ways to access resources and supports and strategies for success.Find out more »
Join YAI for the 2019 Hudson Valley Autism Conference Hundreds of professionals in the field of intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD), businesses that employ people on the spectrum, as well as people we support and their families, will be in attendance for an inspiring day of learning. Following this years conference please join us for a networking happy hour to connect with industry leaders who support employment for people with autism. This year's topic is Employment Success for People on the Spectrum For…Find out more »
ROCK ‘N’ BOWL for Autism is an annual, family-friendly, fun-filled fundraising event. Now in its 11th year, the event draws more than 300 participants annually. Through sponsorship, ticket sales, raffles, and peer-to-peer fundraising, event participants have raised funds to help AHA provide services for individuals on the autism spectrum, their families, and the professionals who serve them. Now that AANE & AHA have joined forces, we are delighted this tradition continues.Find out more »