While information regarding variables associated with genetic and other correlates of autism spectrum disorder is increasing and the accuracy of diagnosis and prevalence rates are improving, the basics of successful educational interventions have remained little changed in recent years. Current research activities regarding autism spectrum disorders are important and require continued support from those of us concerned about the well-being of individuals with autism. It is equally important to promulgate the vast amount of information that currently exists regarding effective instruction for students with autism and to work toward ensuring that effective practice is in place at all levels of educational programming.
August 6 – 9, 2018
The Penn Stater Hotel and Conference Center
State College, Pennsylvania