Every year or two, AZA United hosts a Transdisciplinary Autism Conference for parents, professionals and paraprofessionals. This 2-day event takes place on a Friday and Saturday and features a wide variety of presentations from speakers of all kinds, to help individuals with autism of all ages and at all levels of the autism spectrum. Presentations are available for all audience levels, from beginner to advanced concepts. Each day includes a keynote speaker, breakout sessions, exhibitor fair, and special activities. Friday also offers a full day of free CEUs for BCBAs. In addition, everyone in attendance enjoys a free catered lunch as well as coffee and refreshments throughout the day.
Who Attends the Annual Conference
The Transdisciplinary Conference is for parents, professionals and paraprofessionals of all kinds who support individuals with autism of all ages and levels.
The AZA Approach
The complex needs of children with autism spectrum disorders are better served when professionals in different fields work together in partnership with families. That is why the annual AZA United conference values a transdisciplinary approach to autism treatment and family support. This approach is a collaboration in which exchanging information, altering discipline-specific approaches, sharing resources and integrating strategies helps achieve a common goal of maximizing treatment effectiveness and quality of life. There's no-one-size-fits-all, so let's work together and share anything and everything that works!
This conference offers 3 tiers of pricing. There are separate rates for professionals or general admission, parents or teachers, and habilitators or paraprofessionals. A limited number of scholarships are also available for AZA families. Early registration discounts are available for everyone.