Autism Events for April 2012

By Janessa
On News

Below is a list of some of the Autism Events happening this April

April 9 to April 15
Online Autism Conference & Proceedings 2012
Online – Free

The 3rd Annual Online Autism Conference and Expo organized by Moms Fighting Autism is scheduled for April 9th to 15th. You can listen in to all the online presentations online. To register, you can email Ernest Priestly or register online.

April 19
Open Forum: Q&A on How to Access Insurance for Autism Therapies
Online – Free

If you are looking for information on how to access insurance for your child’s autism therapies, this is your chance to ask your questions and concerns. To register, you can call (609) 924-4298 or email Chelsi.

Skills Live
9am to 12pm Pacific Time
Online – Free

Shannon Penrod hosts Skills Live, a live webcast which gives you the most current autism news. If you have any questions regarding autism and would like your questions answered, you can call Skills Live at the Center for Autism and Related Disorders at (408) 475-4557.

Until May 13
The Greenspan Floortime Approach – Online Courses for Professionals and Parents
12-hour course
Online – $175

This course will help you understand the Greenspan Floortime Approach to working with children diagnosed with Austism Spectrum Disorders as well as other disorders relating to communication. The video lectures recorded by Dr. Stanley Greenspan will explain his world-renowned program. For more information, please call (301) 320-6360 or visit their website.

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  1. I have a friend who has autism, its not easy.

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