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4th Annual Autism Conference Of Texoma

The 4th Annual Autism Conference of Texoma will be Saturday, April 21 from 8 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. at the MPEC.

What started in 2009 has become an event parents, educators, counselors, and various other professionals who work with persons on the autism spectrum look forward to each April.

A Wichita Falls resident, personally interested in raising awareness of Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASDs), generously donated the seed money to develop a conference in the north Texas region. We are using this medium to increase distribution of information on ASDs and techniques to use with individuals affected by them.

Hear Nancy Kling and the Behavior Plus Team, Barry Eggleston and other local and non-local presenters speak at the conference.  Go to www.actwf.com for more information and to get registered!

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