Winthrop, Maine 1-800-273-5200

ASM's Annual Autism Fall Conference - November 2, 2019

FREE Autism Fall Conference - November 2, 2019
Black Bear & Conference Center, Orono, ME

The Autism Society of Maine is pleased to invite you to be a part of this opportunity to exchange ideas, resources and knowledge that will inspire hope and innovation for those who live and work with individuals with autism.

Certificate of Attendance: 6 Contact Hours 
Application for .6 Continuing Education Units (CEU's)  to be authorized by the University of Maine, Orono

 

                                                                                                       

 

KEYNOTE SPEAKER: 
Dr. James Ball, Board Behavior Analyst Ed.D., BCBA-D
2008 triple Award Winning book, "Early Intervention & Autism:  Real-Life Questions, Real-Life Answers"

Keynote information flyer

 


Sponsorship

Be a part of this event and become a valued sponsor! There are levels of sponsorship that come with corresponding recognition including media and vendor tables. Please see our sponsorship form and call ASM with any questions you may have: 1-800-273-5200 or email: asm@asmonline.org

Sponsorship Form


8:00am - Doors open for registration

9:00 - 12:00 Keynote Speaker: Dr. James Ball
"You can't make me: Proactive Strategies for Positive Behavioral Change"

12:00 - 1:00 Lunch On your own or a boxed lunch option is being offered by the Black Bear Inn for $10 at the time of conference registration. Lunch orders are due by October 25th and no refunds will be available after this date. Boxed lunch payments need to be made at the time of registration.

 

1:00 - 2:30 1st Break out session:

A.) Dr. James Ball presents: "The use of Video Modeling for Learners with Autism"   

B.) Deborah L. Rooks - Ellis, Ph.D:  "Sexuality and Autism"           

                                    

2:45 - 4:15 2nd Break out session

A.) Carrie Woodcock, MPF, presents: "Supported Decison Making" an alternative to guardianship

B.) Cathy Dionne, ASM, facilitates: Adult with ASD Panel discussion