Same Conference, New Month in 2018!
Thanks to all who sent proposals by the original May 30th due date. By request, we have extended the deadline to June 30th. We realized the change in the conference date has surprised many that would like to participate and we thank you for your continued support!
Now accepting proposals for Presentations at our 2018 Annual Conference.
TOPICS STILL NEEDED: Professional Development for Teachers and Providers, Transition and Adult Services, Coordination of Care, and Parent and Family support topics.
Presentations should be autism specific and provide best practices, practical skills, relevant research, or valuable resources for professionals and/or parents and families affected by autism.
To further our mission of Building an Integrated Community Together, we are seeking Presenters to share their expertise with our audience of Professionals, Parents/Family, Caregivers, and Individuals with Autism on topics that relate to serving the needs of those affected by autism in Arizona.
Benefits of Presenting
Share your expertise with colleagues, parents, providers and family members.
Your name/organization on marketing materials and social media.
Placement of your presentation on the AZ Autism Coalition website for those unable to attend.
Undying Goodwill and our deepest gratitude!
Please keep it short and sweet, a maximum of 10 words that will catch the attention of conference attendees.
A brief description of the content, purpose and goals of your session is required. Please indicate if your presentation has been pre-approved for CEU's or Professional Development in your field.
We suggest PowerPoint presentations allowing for questions and discussion with your audience. Sessions are allocated at 50 minutes and begin on the hour. Panel sessions are also encouraged, please indicate if you have additional presenters to be listed on the marketing materials.
Deadline for submitting Proposals is June 30, 2018
For questions or concerns about the conference, contact firstname.lastname@example.org