Fostering Independence for Young Adults With ASD:
A Focus on Self-Advocacy, Housing, and Entrepreneurship
Parents, professionals, advocates, and other interested community members are invited to learn about the latest research and innovative program models available for individuals with autism as they age into adulthood.
Great news! Five continuing education contact hours for social workers are available for those who attend the symposium in person.
Please complete registration by April 15, 2017, to be eligible for continuing education credit.
ATTENTION JEWISH COMMUNITIES AROUND THE COUNTRY:
Last year, UJA-Federation of New York broadcasted the Hilibrand Autism Symposium nationally via livestream to Jewish federations and Jewish community centers throughout the country. If you know of a Jewish community that would like to join this year’s symposium, please contact Beth Rosenberg at .
American Sign Language interpreters and assisted-listening devices are available. Please contact us at least five business days prior to the event to make arrangements.