Learn about cutting edge autism research and evidence-based practices related to the diagnosis, treatment, and education of individuals on the autism spectrum.
If you were unable to attend, you can still support the work of
Optimal Rhythms, Inc./ACCESS Academy, by making your tax deductible gift in celebration of Autism ACCEPTANCTANCE Month.
Help us reach our goal of $50,000!!!!!
If you can't be a part of the conference you can still show your support by joining us for the World Autism Acceptance Day Benefit Luncheon featuring Randy Beard; local musician, recording artist, and Lyrical Engagement Specialist. See some of the special moments Randy and Optimal Rhythms, Inc. have created for some amazing students at ACCESS Academy. It promises to be a powerful way to kick off the celebration of World Autism Acceptance Month. Tickets for the luncheon are still available and only $25.00.
The Rethinking Autism Conference will bring together hundreds of voices as a passionate network to inspire hope and ignite change.
Come explore compelling research that challenges our original understanding of autism spectrum disorder and uncovers the evidence behind innovative and neurologically-based sensory supports and accommodations that are increasing functioning through improved regulation, reliable communication, and lasting behavioral outcomes for individuals on the spectrum.
Conference participants will engage in multi-modal learning experiences from Elizabeth Torres, PhD, Researcher with Rutgers University; Suzanne Oliver, Clinician, Founder and Executive Director of Neurologic Music Therapy Services of Arizona; Jayme Whitaker, System of Care Expert from FSSA; and a panel of autistic self-advocates who will discuss critical issues related to educational access for students on the autism spectrum. Read More>
You are invited to the 2016 Rethinking Autism Conference! Join us April 1-2, at the Airport Holiday Inn in Evansville, IN.
Hear from individuals on the spectrum about how their lives have been changed when those around them learned to rethink autism.
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Explore important autism research and treatment models that are informing clinical and educational practices around the country.