Autism Practitioners Conference 2006
University of Canberra, Clive Price Suite, Canberra, Australia
February 24 - 25 2006
Turning Ideas Into Actions
Voices from the field: practitioners in a range of educational settings describe the challenges arising from adopting new practices for students with autism. Overcoming barriers, measuring progress, and making sense of the outcomes are all part and parcel of this conference. Those who are the recipients of these services also have a voice.
Contributions in the areas of behaviour, emotions, sensory processing, cognition, relationships, and collaboration are all welcome.
Learn how to challenge your comfort zone and sometimes, expect the unexpected.
Delicious lunches and other refreshments will be provided.
Other benefits Books, prizes and freebies on both days!A satchel will be provided with useful informationNetworking and other opportunitiesStaff will be available for updates on courses and research developments
If there is a need to have time-out there will be a tranquil retreat provided for those on the autism spectrum or with additional needs.
|Online Abstract Submission Deadline||NOW CLOSED|
|Notification to Presenters||Friday, 16 December 2005|