AuSM's 4th Annual Autistic Community Summit will be held virtually on Sept. 18, 2021. Building on previous years, presentations by autistic adults will continue to explore issues concerning autistic adults.
To view this application as a Microsoft Word document, visit https://ausm.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/Summit-Application.docx. You can use the Word version to write a draft of your answers. However, you need to turn in your final answers through this online form.
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Breakout sessions will happen virtually during the day on Sept. 18, 2021. The Summit Committee will schedule each session for a specific time slot. Breakout sessions last one hour each. They will be held on Zoom with a live audience.
We do not pay breakout session presenters or pay any costs you might have. However, all presenters receive a free registration to watch other sessions in the Summit.
As you complete this form, please give clear descriptions of your topic and what to expect during your session. This is helpful information for participants. If we choose you to present, your session must match what you said you would cover.
This form is due Friday, July 2, 2021.
Presenter Roles & Responsibilities
All presenters will:
Factors Affecting Selection
The purpose of the Autistic Community Summit is to provide a space for community building and sharing the things we know with the Minnesota autistic community. Our goal is to provide helpful information to people at all levels, including those who are new to autism and those who have years of experience. We would like all presenters to be neurodivergent. The following things will be considered when we choose presentations:
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