|By Marketwired .||
|June 17, 2014 12:38 PM EDT||
NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwired) -- 06/17/14 -- The ICare4Autism International Conference, one of the largest Autism conferences in the country, will be taking place at the Hotel Pennsylvania, Manhattan NY from June 30th to July 2nd, 2014.
This conference features an incredible program that will focus on a different theme for each day.
June 30th will be dedicated to the Global Autism Workforce Initiative, which focuses on the development and promotion of Autism Workforce Programs.
July 1st will highlight scientific advances, as there will be presentations on current medical research by highly esteemed doctors and researchers.
July 2nd will be dedicated to discussing current technology advances, Autism treatments, and effective educational strategies.
The conference will be offering 11 type II BCBA CEUs.
- We are accepting poster submissions from students working in the field of autism to be displayed in the exhibitor's hall.
- One poster will be selected to receive a scholarship to be reimbursed for conference expenses!
- Submissions sent to [email protected]
Some notable speakers:
Gregory P. Hanley, Ph.D., BCBA-D, Professor of Psychology, Western New England University, Adjunct Professor of Psychiatry, University of Massachusetts Medical School
1. Functional Assessment of Severe Problem Behavior of Persons with ASD: A Focus on a Safer, Faster, and Still Effective Process
2. Treating and Preventing Severe Problem Behavior: A Focus on Strengthening Socially Important Behavior of Persons with ASD
Martha Herbert, M.D., Ph.D., Neurology Dept Harvard Medical School, Pediatric Neurologist Massachusetts General Hospital, Director TRANSCEND Research Program
Taking a Fresh Look at Autism: Chronic Dynamic State-not Fixed Trait, and Transcending Autism: A whole-body systems and gene-environment approach
Celine A. Saulnier, Ph.D., Clinical Director for Research, Marcus Autism Center and Assistant Professor, Autism and Related Disorders, Pediatrics Emory University School of Medicine
Detecting Risk for ASD in the First Year of Life: The Bioethical Dilemma of Identifying Prodromal Autism, and The Role of Adaptive Behavior in ASD: Implications for Functional Independence
Stephen Shore, Ed.D., Assistant Professor, Special Education, Adelphi University, and Joanne Lara, M.A., Founder Autism Movement Therapy
Generation A: Portraits of Autism and the Arts (Movement, Music, and the Sensory System)
Register here with promo code 'univ-poster' for the price of $119 for all 3 days (regular price is $169 for students).
This is a conference that no Autism professional or student will want to miss!
718.686.9600 ext. 1108
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