I really enjoyed the BlogHer conference environment. The breakout sessions weren’t my cup of tea, but I enjoyed meeting new bloggers and PR reps. I also enjoyed being in NY. I also learned a lot about the type of blogger I am, and the type of blogger I would like to be.
One thing . . . → Read More: Autism and/or Special Needs Blogger Conference
The following was posted on a forum I am a member of:
“Conference on helping individuals with special needsOn October 1-3, 2010, the best and brightest involved in multi sensory stimulation research and practice will convene in Birmingham, Alabama for the International Multi Sensory Environment (Snoezelen) Symposium (www.isna2010.org) . This 8th annual event which . . . → Read More: Multi Sensory Conference in Alabama
Autism Training Conference Gives Autism Education an Extreme Makeover
Autism Conference for teachers and parents gives traditional philosophy of handling children with Autism and Autism Spectrum Disorders in the education setting an Extreme Makeover.
Grand Rapids, MI (PRWEB) June 23, 2010 — Autism was added as a special education exceptionality in 1991 . . . → Read More: Autism Training Conference Gives Autism Education an Extreme Makeover
If you think the BlogHer 2010 will be all fun and games, think again. The conference organizers have put up the preliminary schedule for the conference and it is full of great sessions designed to help bloggers improve their blog. Here are some of the classes scheduled for the 2010 conference:
“Change Agents: . . . → Read More: BloGHer 2010 Preliminary Schedule to Include Autism
There are several good blogger conferences each year that I would love to attend. Currently, the buzz is on the Disney Social Media Moms Conference. I received an invitation to attend, but can not afford to. Even if I could raise the money on short notice, I would also have to consider the fact . . . → Read More: BlogHer 2010 Conference for Bloggers
Doug Flutie is best known as a professional NFL player. He is currently retired, but is considered one of the best quarterbacks the NFL has ever had. At least, he is according to my father. It was my father that told me about Doug Flutie and that he has a son that is autistic. . . . → Read More: Doug Flutie Jr Foundation for Autism
(Defeat Autism Now) has conferences on autism and there are a number of conferences around the country for those who offer a biomedical approach to autism recovery. Here are some sites that may have more info.
Bancroft’s(www.bancroft.org) DD Workshop series.
On April 7, 2010, Bancroft will be holding a free DevelopmentalDisabilities Workshop . . . → Read More: Conferences and Workshops Listing
If you have or know of an Autism conference or workshop, please fill out my contact form with the information. I will add it to my list. Thank you. id = 23915;