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Fifth Annual Autism Conference Of Texoma

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The Fifth Annual Autism Conference of Texoma will be Saturday, April 20.  It will be from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the MPEC, 1000 5th Street. 

James Williams is the keynote speaker this year.  He is a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor - and Life Coach at the Autumn's Dawn Transitional Center in The Woodlands, TX.

In addition to academic background and personal experience, James has been a national speaker on Asperger's Syndrome and Post Secondary Transition for the past nine years.

 

  •  20+ breakout sessions
  •  30+ exhibitors 
  •  CPEs available for WFISD employees 
  •  CEUs available for $10 through MSU (Social Work, Counselor-SW, LMFT, LPC) 
  •  Childcare is not Currently available.

 Cost  

  • $15: College/High School Student/Clergy
  • $30: Parent/Family Member, Person with Autism 
  •  $30: Paraprofessional, Teacher's Aide, Child-care Provider, School Nurse
  • $50: Professional: Administrators, Teachers
  • $50: Exhibitors

 

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