Kadlec hosts 13th annual Northwest Autism Conference
Richland, Wash. – For the thirteenth consecutive year, Kadlec Neurological Resource Center hosts the Northwest Autism Conference Aug. 9 and 10; a conference aimed at making life easier for those impacted by autism. This year’s event will be held at Bethel Church, 600 Shockley, Richland.
Families, educators and professionals will hear from experts in the field of autism spectrum disorders about reducing power struggles, language-based strategies, early intervention, adolescence and puberty, and more. The impressive group of experts includes Keynote Speakers John Medina, Ph.D., brain specialist, and Miss Montana Alexis Wineman. Attendees can interact with speakers, network with colleagues, visit with families and explore vendor offers.
Tickets start at $95 and proceeds benefit programs and education through Kadlec Neurological Resource Center for people affected by neurological disorders. Scholarships are available. Learn more and purchase tickets at www.kadlec.org/autism or call (509) 943-8455.
About Kadlec Neurological Resource Center
Kadlec Neurological Resource Center is a not-for-profit 501c3 and the only community based center in North America dedicated to education on a vast array of neurological disorders. They offer resources for caregivers, a library with a vast supply of resources, support groups and help connecting with other local resources.
By: Nikki Ostergaard, Communication Manager