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National Autism in Deaf Education Conference


Transforming the Educational Experience for the Deaf Autistic Youth

American School for the Deaf, in partnership with Deaf Autism America, is hosting the National Conference on Autism in Deaf Education. This conference will bring the deaf education community together to connect, learn, and empower them to better serve deaf students on the autism spectrum. The goal is to provide a space for educators to engage in dialogue, expand knowledge and understanding, and provide strategies, tools, and resources. Together, we can elevate the deaf education experience for students on the autism spectrum.

Where: The American School for the Deaf

When: October 17th - 19th

Calling for Presenters:
The conference planning committee is seeking engaging presentations related to teaching, assessing, and providing excellent services and support for deaf students with Autism. We welcome presentations that include practical hands-on strategies, as well as evidence-based presentations. The committee will be accepting applications until April 15th, 2024. Accepted presenters will have their conference registration fee waived. Apply Here!

Registration Coming Soon!
For more information, please contact:

Holly Miller, Psy.D., NCSP
School Psychologist
Voice: 860-570-2848

The American School for the Deaf serves deaf and hard of hearing individuals from birth through adulthood with a variety of programs and services.