Philadelphia Autism Project Conference: Lighting The Way Through Transitions

November 30, 2018
8:30 AM - 3:00 PM
Community Behavioral Health (CBH)

LOCATION

Community Behavioral Health (CBH)

801 Market Street, 11th Floor, Room 1154A, Philadephia, PA19107
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CONTACT

Philadelphia Autism Project

215-571-3209
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Thank you for your interest in attending the Philadelphia Autism Project Conference: Lighting The Way Through Transitions. The Conference has reached full capacity and registration is closed. If you would like to be added to the wait list to attend the Conference, please email phillyap@drexel.edu with your full name and contact information. We will contact you if space becomes available.

We are excited to announce that the keynote speaker will be Kerry Magro, an award-winning professional speaker and disability advocate who is on the autism spectrum. 


The Philadelphia Autism Project Conference is a day to bring together members of the Philadelphia autism community. The conference is a place where self-advocates, family members, providers, and community members in Philadelphia come together to learn, discuss community initiatives, and share experiences. This year's presentations will focus on three topic areas: Early Childhood, Transition Age, and Sessions for Teens and Young Adults.


Additional Information:

A light breakfast and lunch will be served. Childcare and translation services are available upon request. Please indicate in the online registration form if you need these services.

Partners:

We are thankful for the support from our partners: Office of Councilman-At-Large Derek Green, Department of Behavioral and Intellectual disAbility Services (DBHIDS) and Community Behavioral Health (CBH), School District of Philadelphia


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