We are pleased to annouce the 2016 Autism Society of the Quad Cities (ASQC) Fall Conference.
Registration: Starts at 7:45
Welcome (Starts at 7:45) : Gary Rowe - President of the Autism Society of the Quad Cities
Keynote (8:15 - 9:30am): David Finch - Author/Speaker
About our Keynote speaker: “Married in 2003 and diagnosed five years later with Asperger syndrome, I have committed myself to relentless self-improvement — sometimes to a comical extent. As a best-selling author and nationally sought-after speaker, I’ve had the privilege of inspiring and empowering more than 120 audiences in educational, professional, and corporate settings since 2012.”
Sessions: 9:45 - 11:30am
Your child has autism -- Now What?
What happens after High School?
Navigating the IEP Process - Carol Aden of the Mississippi Bend AEA
Parent Panel: 11:45 - 12:15pm
Closing: Amy Goldsberry of the Autism Soceity of the Quad Cities
About our Speakers:
David Finch - Author/Speaker
Carol Aden - Mississippi AEA
About Carol: Carol Aden is a member of the Iowa Family & Educator Partnership Team at the Mississippi Bend Area Education Agency. Carol supports families on behalf of their children’s learning needs with resources and guidance in navigating the IEP process. Carol’s presentation will provide informational resources and tips for parent participation in the educational planning for their children