Registration is now open for the annual conference targeted toward professionals; med students, fellows, residents and graduate nursing students; and individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and their family members.
Offering practical strategies to use at work, school, home and in communities, this year the 18th annual conference will feature:
- Discounted registration rates/fees
- Financial scholarships will be available
- 90 pre-recorded and/or live professional development sessions led by one or more of 140 leading speakers across the U.S.
- Two keynote speakers
- CEU credits within 12 disciplines, including:
- Adult Services
- Behavioral Analyst Certification Board (BACB)
- County Board Members
- Early Intervention
- Marriage & Family Therapy
- Occupational Therapy
- Service & Support Administration
- Social Work
- Speech-Language Pathology
- Virtual networking opportunities
- Sponsor and exhibitor expo
“We are proud of our team for adapting to changes in light of recent events and finding a way to ensure all the professionals, students, individuals with ASD, and their families can experience a 2020 National Autism Conference,” said Ilana Hoffer Skoff, executive director of Milestones Autism Resources. “The content will remain cutting-edge, the world-class experts will impress and opportunities to learn and engage will be nonstop — all from the safety and comfort of a computer, phone or tablet.”
By transitioning the 2020 National Autism Conference to a virtual model, attendees will receive added benefits, including:
- Access and the ability to attend more sessions than ever before with a new, six-day schedule, as well as on-demand opportunities even following the conference through Aug. 31.
- Curated tracks tailored to attendees’ interests and needs.
Individuals, families and groups may learn more and register here. To become a sponsor, exhibitor or advertiser, contact Vanetta Perry at [email protected]. For more information about Milestones Autism Resources’ mission and services, visit milestones.org or call 216-464-7600, ext. 200.