Bridging Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow
The American School for the Deaf (ASD) is very excited and proud to host the 2017 ASDC Conference on June 25 -27 in West Hartford, Connecticut, a beautiful New England destination. The conference theme, “Bridging Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow” focuses on celebrating families and empowering them with resources and advocacy knowledge and skills.
Founded in 1817, the American School for the Deaf is the oldest school for the deaf in the United States, the oldest special education facility of any kind in the Americas, and Connecticut’s only educational organization devoted exclusively to serving the deaf community.
ASD will be celebrating its 200th anniversary while ASDC will be celebrating its 50 year anniversary. Together we will be collaborating to provide an exciting educational conference which will include:
- Two Keynote speakers, diverse workshops and the opportunity for round table discussions lead by professionals and/or parents.
- Kick off ceremony and a banquet ending the conference in style.
- Exciting, enriching, and adventurous age appropriate children/teen activities.
Don’t miss out. Past participants always want more and develop long lasting relationships both children and adults. ASD is ready to embrace and welcome everyone.
Per Adult: $275
Per Child: $225
Family of 4 or more: $900
The deadline for payment and registrations is June 16, 2017.
Includes all meals, conference and children activities*.
*All children's activities will be grouped according to age, therefore we will not be able to provide one on one supervision for those children who need those services. Attendees are responsible for providing required supervision.