Events can be for parents and professionals who deal with children with Autism. Events like conferences, workshops get professionals and parents under one roof where they can share information, facts and get to learn various things and different approach towards children with Autism.

Here is a list of events happening around the world related to Autism.

We would love to get recommendations from you on any events for children with Autism that are not in this list. You could write to us at contact@autismconnect.com

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Total No. of Records: 8

Davis Stepping Stones Workshop

Netherlands

A 2-day workshop specifically created for teachers, teacher-aides, therapists, parents, caregivers & support persons of younger individuals with ASD; children struggling to meet childhood development milestones; and individuals of any age with limited language.younger individuals who are on the autistic spectrum and /or are struggling to meet early childhood development milestones. Individuals of any age with ASD who have low or no verbal ability.

Netherlands

Monday, 23rd December 19 - Friday, 24th January 20

09:00 am - 05:00 pm

teachers, teacher-aides, therapists, parents, caregivers & support persons of younger individuals with ASD

Paid

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON AUTISM, 2020

Kolkata, West Bengal, India

India Autism Center is hosting this pre-eminent international conference on autism, bringing together great minds to talk on Autism - professionals, researchers, educators and parents from around the globe, and focusing on many leading and upcoming research and clinical practices in the field of Autism. The conference provides comprehensive, evidence-based information to assist educators, other professionals, and families in developing effective educational programming for all students with autism spectrum disorders.

Amity University, Kolkata

Friday, 10th January 20 - Sunday, 12th January 20

From 12:00 am

professionals, researchers, educators and parents

Paid

Centers for Autism & Related Disabilities Conference

Orlando, Florida, USA

Centers for Autism & Related Disabilities Conference brings together Educators, Administrators, Clinicians, Business owners, SLPs, Behavior Analysts, Occupational Therapists, Physicians, Parents, Adults with ASD and a variety of other professional community members.

THE FLORIDA HOTEL & CONFERNCE CENTER AT THE FLORIDA MALL. ORLANDO. FL

Friday, 17th January 20 - Sunday, 19th January 20

08:00 am - 06:00 pm

Professional, Parent, Student,Individual

Paid

27th Annual Florida Statewide Autism Conference - CARD

Orlando, Florida, USA

Center for Autism & Related Disabilities (CARD) is a free community based program funded by the Florida Department of Education through an annual grant. Services are delivered wherever families, professionals, schools, agencies or businesses are located within the state of Florida. There are seven regional CARD centers in the state of Florida. Visit the state-wide CARD Regional Site Directory for their locations and contact information.

1500 Sand Lake Rd, Orlando, FL 32809, United States

Friday, 17th January 20 - Sunday, 19th January 20

08:00 am - 01:00 pm

Students, Parents

Paid

Davis Life Concepts for Autism Workshop

Tallinn, Estonia, Estonia

A 3-day workshop specifically created for teachers, teacher-aides, therapists, parents, caregivers & support persons of younger individuals with ASD (aged 4-10); children struggling to meet childhood development milestones and individuals of any age with limited language. It will give you the training and materials to take your child through Davis Stepping Stones 1 & 2 Presented by Melanie Curry

Tallinn, Estonia

Monday, 27th January 20 - Friday, 31st January 20

09:00 am - 05:00 pm

teachers, teacher-aides, therapists, parents, caregivers & support persons of younger individuals with ASD

Paid

Davis Stepping Stones 1 & 2 Workshop - Beginning steps to the Davis Autism Approach

Tallinn, Estonia

A 3-day workshop specifically created for teachers, teacher-aides, therapists, parents, caregivers & support persons of younger individuals with ASD (aged 4-10); children struggling to meet childhood development milestones and individuals of any age with limited language. It will give you the training and materials to take your child through Davis Stepping Stones 1 & 2 Presented by Melanie Curry

Tallinn, Estonia

Sunday, 2nd February 20 - Tuesday, 4th February 20

09:00 am - 05:00 pm

teachers, teacher-aides, therapists, parents, caregivers & support persons of younger individuals with ASD

Paid

Emerging Management Therapies for Childhood Neurodevelopmental Disorders

South Brisbane, Australia

The Centre for Clinical Trials in Rare Neurodevelopmental Disorders (CCTRND) warmly invites you to the inaugural research symposium being hosted at the Queensland Children's Hospital in South Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. 'Emerging Management Therapies for Childhood Neurodevelopmental Disorders' will showcase the latest research across a range of neurodevelopmental disorders including Autism Spectrum Disorder, Refractory Epilepsy, CDKL5 and Angelman Syndrome. The use of cannabidiol and non-cannabidiol therapies will be presented, providing updates on the findings and therapeutic implications of clinical trials of its use. Methodological approaches, including the advancement of novel diagnostic technology tools will also be featured.

Queensland Children's Hospital 501 Stanley Street Level 7, QCH Education Centre South Brisbane, QLD 4101 Australia

Thursday, 6th February 20 - Friday, 7th February 20

08:30 am - 04:00 am

researchers, clinicians, health professionals, nursing and allied health staff

Free

International conference on Early Intervention

Tirunelveli, Tamil Nadu, India

Amar Seva Sangam has provided home-based Early Intervention for children with developmental delays over the past 5 years assisted by a real-time mobile technology platform called the mVBRI– mobile Village-Based Rehabilitation Initiative. This has led to significant improvements in motor, cognitive, speech, functional and social development outcomes for children, as well as increased school enrolment, increased family empowerment, improved parent-child interaction and reduced strain on caregivers. The conference aims to create an opportunity for bringing together a significant number of diverse experiences in the field of Early Intervention with the objective of knowledge exchange at the conference at. The Conference will be a platform for sharing lessons learned and best practices adopted in the early intervention domain in order to maximize children's potential and in exploring sustainable social development models for overall economic growth through rehabilitation and inclusion of children with developmental delays in society.

Sulochana Gardens, 10/2/163, Tenkasi Road, Ayikudy, Tamilnadu - 627852

Friday, 14th February 20 - Saturday, 15th February 20

From 12:00 am

Non Governmental Organisations, Business houses,For Profit Sector,Corporates, Leaders and organisations working with the disabled, Service providers, Educational institutions,Academics, Scientists

Paid

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