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 We're going virtual this year to provide you with maximum flexibility!

The 2022 Texas Autism Conference is three days (June 23th-25th) packed full of the latest learning on how to better serve individuals with autism and their families. 

So register by May 31st to get the early bird pricing of $100 for all three days or to participate in our FREE family day on June 25th.

The TX Autism Conference illuminates educators and campus leadership with strategies, resources, and evidence-based practices in the education of students with autism. Check out the full details at

Register for the full conference
Here's a look at your keynote sessions:
Cheryl Jorgensen, Ph.D.
Presuming and Constructing Competence: THE Key Element of Inclusive Education

Do our assumptions about students’ abilities really affect their learning? You bet! Jorgensen will discuss the importance of presuming students’ abilities to learn, communicate, and develop reciprocal social relationships. But beyond just the presumption of competence, she will illustrate how we can make our assumptions visible through our actions to construct students’ demonstrations of competence. 
Jordyn Zimmerman
This is Not About Me

Jordyn, an avid advocate for all students, is passionate and determined to make a difference in the world of education, making sure every student is able to access effective communication and exercise their right to a truly inclusive education. She will provide insight on the value and importance of communication and presuming competence from an adult nonspeaking autistic person.
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