Application Deadline Extended! National Autism Conference 2022 Information: Opportunities for All Families of Young Children with ASD – attend the conference, bring your children, participate in a family luncheon, and more!

National Autism Conference 2022: All National Autism Conference speakers and sessions (2022) will be available soon! Sessions will offer a wide range of topics and speakers, including supporting the development of young children with autism within home, community, and early childhood educational settings.

Did you know the earliest symptoms of autism can emerge between 6-18 months, with reliable diagnosis by 24 months? Explore ASERT: Early Indicators and Early Signs of Autism on the EITA Mobile App for resources to support concerns and next steps.

In recognition of Autism Awareness and Acceptance month in April, subscribe to the ASERT (Autism Services, Education, Resources, and Training for PA) monthly newsletter and check out their website for family-friendly events, toolkits, resources, and trainings!

Frank Porter Graham UNC Natural Resources monthly newsletter: Visual supports are an evidence-based practice that can support the engagement and participation of young children with Autism. This resource focuses on free resources for learning about and using visual supports!

Explore the Barton Lab at Vanderbilt University to find strategies & resources for families and providers about social communication, play, inclusion to promote meaningful interactions across the caregivers and contexts in children’s lives.

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