Join Autism New Jersey for 81 workshop options, 100+ exhibitors, and opportunities for networking and support on Oct. 17-18 at Harrah’s Waterfront Conference Center in Atlantic City. Evidence-based information and resources will reflect students of all ages and support needs and benefit school personnel new to autism spectrum disorder (ASD) or seeking more advanced content. Learn best practice from respected leaders in the field, including strategies for addressing behavior, communication, and social, vocational, and life skills. APA, ASHA, BACB, and social work continuing education credits will be available.

Highlighted topics for 2019 include collaboration, promoting generalization of skills, reducing restraint/seclusion, teaching students who use augmentative and alternative communication (AAC), and avoiding burnout. A teacher who has ASD will discuss his own recommendations for the classroom.

Administrators, special and general education teachers, child study team members, related service providers, ESPs, and parents should all find specialized information to enhance their skills and understanding. Please let your students’ parents know about the conference; caregiver scholarships are available as funds allow.

Contact Elizabeth Neumann, M.A., BCaBA at conference@autismnj.org or 609-588-8200, ext. 10045 with any questions. See the full brochure and additional details in the event platform at www.autismnj.org/conference.

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