Stronger Together in 2020

Virtual Autism Conference held online April 30-May 2, 2020
co-hosted by Autism Societies of Minnesota and Greater Wisconsin

Registration for content access open and available until Nov. 1, 2020.

Stronger Together in 2020 registration open for virtual content access

Unprecedented times call for creativity, collaboration, and community. The Autism Societies of Minnesota and Greater Wisconsin were proud to offer a first-ever joint conference brought to our communities virtually April 30-May 2, 2020.

We are pleased to announce this amazing content, including keynote presentations from Judy Endow, LCSW; Loui Lord Nelson, PhD; Kari Dunn Buron; and Haley Moss; 45+ on-demand breakout sessions in tracks focused on accessibility, neurodiversity, services and supports, strategies, and COVID-19; and Minnesota and Wisconsin virtual exhibit halls full of resources is available for new registrants. Content can be accessed as often as desired until Nov. 1, 2020.

As schools in each district determine their models for teaching this fall (in-person, distance learning, or a hybrid mix), use the content from Stronger Together in 2020 to help guide your plans for your students. The Stronger Together in 2020 virtual content includes on-demand sessions that offer education strategies on topics including How to Use the Technology Tools in Your Toolbox for Distance Learning; The Hidden Relationship Between Executive Function and Emotion Regulation; Best Practices for Online Learning; Using Song Lyrics to Teach Meaningful Lessons: Distance Learning Edition; Engineering Social Skills While Social Distancing; Science Instruction for Distance Learning; and more.

Content Access Cost (accessible until Nov. 1, 2020)
AuSM Member: $200
Non-Member: $235
Individual with ASD: $75

Certificates of Attendance/CEUs
Conference participants will be issued certificates of attendance; educators are encouraged to keep the certificate of attendance and the conference program to submit to their respective CEU boards. The following boards have approved CEU credits for the virtual autism conference: Minnesota Board of Psychology = 17.5 hours; Minnesota Board of Social Work = 32 hours; Minnesota Board of Marriage and Family Therapy = 17 hours; and Minnesota Board of Behavioral Health and Therapy = 17 hours.

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Thank you, Sponsors and Exhibitors


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Print Sponsor

Minnesota Virtual Exhibit Hall