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The Autism Society of North Carolina is excited to bring together self-advocates, families, and professionals for two days of information sharing and networking in Charlotte on March 24-25, 2017. The theme is "Building a Better Future" and we have a lineup of strong presenters and topics.
- Implementing best practices at school and in the community
- Current trends in the science of autism
- In a Different Key: The story of autism and how we can all promote acceptance
- Sensory issues and practical strategies that help
- Autism and anxiety
- LifeLong Interventions: Techniques that work across the lifespan
- Autism and the Family: Moving beyond surviving to thriving
As is tradition, we will close the conference with a presentation from the autism perspective on acceptance and living with autism.
Fees: Early bird rates are in effect through Wednesday, February 22. Click on register to see the pricing. Fees include:
- Continental breakfast, refreshments, and lunch
- Access to sessions
- Exhibit Hall featuring organizations, service providers, and vendors
Registration deadline is 11:59 p.m. on March 17, 2017.
Purchase Orders are accepted. Click here to download a registration form.
Continuing education units will be offered for an additional fee. Pricing will be posted as soon as possible. CEUs will be available online and at the conference.
Hotel Room Discount:
Overnight rooms at the Hilton are available at a discounted rate of $100 per night plus taxes and fees through March 1, or when the room block is full.
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Autism Society of North Carolina
The Autism Society of North Carolina is the leading statewide resource organization serving people across the autism spectrum throughout their lifespan. We understand the challenges of the autism community because we work with individuals on the autism spectrum and their families every day. We offer advocacy, training and education, and direct care. We have a statewide network of resources, connecting individuals with autism and their families to life-changing programs and supports unavailable anywhere else.