Autism Summer Institute Feb 18, 2015 15:38:34 GMT -5
Post by Admin on Feb 18, 2015 15:38:34 GMT -5
Registration is now open! This year’s event is planned June 24 – June 26th at the DoubleTree Hotel, 1117 Williston Rd., South Burlington, VT. Detailed information about our speakers and registration can be found on our website: www.uvm.edu/cnhs/autism_institute/. Take advantage of the early registration discount offered now until February 27th.
I have attached an updated brochure with detailed information about our speakers and the event. You will notice that in response to participant concerns about costs and time away from work or family, we have reduced the institute from 5 to 3 days with an outstanding speaker line-up. We have lowered the costs per day with breakfast and lunch included. We continue to offer a three-credit course for the institute, with a combination of face-to-face and online activities, in addition to 0.5 ASHA Continuing Education Units (CEUs) per day.
A printable brochure is attached. This tri-fold brochure is designed to be printed double sided on legal size paper (8 1/2 x 14), then folded in half twice.
Thank you for sharing this information with your colleagues.
Patricia A. Prelock, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, BCS-CL
Dean, College of Nursing & Health Sciences
Professor, Communication Sciences & Disorders
University of Vermont
106 Carrigan Drive, 105 Rowell Building
Burlington, VT 05405
18th Annual Summer Autism Institute
June 24-26, 2015 at the Doubletree by Hilton, 1117 Williston Rd., Burlington, Vermont
The Summer Autism Institute is a three-day intensive conference featuring international, national, and regional experts in autism spectrum disorders (ASD). The institute is open to community teams and the families they serve in Vermont and to interdisciplinary teams across the New England area, nationwide and abroad.
The event is hosted by the UVM College of Nursing & Health Sciences, Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders.
Featured presentations will include:
• Strategies for inclusion
• Clinical expression of ASD and what is known about the etiologies
• Developmental, Individual Difference, Relationship-based (DIR) Model, and how it supports current state standards for education