October 19 – November 18
Tuesdays and Thursdays
Our ASCV Conference Series, Building a Spectrum of Opportunity, returns this Fall and will feature twice-weekly virtual presentations on critical autism-related topics for self-advocates, caregivers, and teachers or other professionals interested in learning more about how to better serve and support our autism community.
Featuring an Opening Keynote from Dr. Ross Greene on “Collaborative & Proactive Solutions: Fostering the Better Side of Human Nature in Classrooms and Families” and nine presentations on additional topics including Learning From Autistic Authors and Allies, Tips for Navigating the Complex World of Autism and Mental Health, The Neuroscience of Community, Rethinking the Ways We Identify, Understand and Support Autistic People of All Genders, and much more!
Conference Series attendees will have access to:
- Live Zoom presentations
- Recordings of previous presentations
- Additional on-demand recorded sessions
- Individual IEP consultations with PEATC and/or individual waiver consultations with our ASCV Information & Referral Specialist
- On-demand Exhibitor Fair
Register today by clicking the button below!
Tuesday, October 19
6:30 to 8:00pm
Dr. Ross Greene
Collaborative & Proactive Solutions: Fostering the Better Side of Human Nature in Classrooms and Families
Thursday, October 21
Learning From Autistic Authors and Allies: Books for Parents, Educators, and Children
Tuesday, October 26
Lauren Kenworthy, PhD
Unstuck and On Target: Improving Executive Function, On-Task and Flexible Behavior in Elementary School Aged Children
Thursday, October 28
Navigating the Complex World of Autism and Mental Health: Tips for Caregivers
Tuesday, November 2
Dr. Amanda Randall
Increasing Opportunities for Success for African American Males with Disabilities and Other Students of Color
Thursday, November 4
The Neuroscience of Community
Tuesday, November 9
Dr. Robert Naseef
Autism And Marriage:
Coping Strategies For Relationships
Thursday, November 11
Rachel Boggan, LCSW
What is it like to BE you? Rethinking the Ways We Identify, Understand and Support Autistic People of All Genders in the Neurodiversity Movement
Tuesday, November 16
Dr. Vikram Jaswal
Connecting Across the Lifespan in Autism
Thursday, November 18
Evolving Perspectives: Voices from the Adult Self-Advocate ASCV Community
Registration is $75 for the general public, $25 for self-advocates, $50 for ASCV Members, and free for ASCV Professional Members.
Purchase a registration and become an ASCV Member for just $100!
Scholarships are available for the Conference Series. Please click here for our scholarship application.
After registering, you will receive an email invitation to create an account with Sched, allowing you to personalize your schedule, save sessions, and access links to the on-demand and live sessions. For assistance, please email [email protected].
Thank You to our Generous Sponsors:
Central Virginia Dance Academy
Civitas Health Services, Inc
Commonwealth Catholic Charities
Commonwealth Community Trust
Compass Behavioral Solutions
Engage Behavioral Health
FAME All-Stars Exceptional Athletes
MySpectrum Counseling & Coaching
RCG Behavioral Network
VCU Center for Family Involvement