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MILESTONES - PROPOSALS WANTED: Practical strategies to support individuals with ASD
2021 CALL FOR PROPOSALS
NOW OPEN!
DEADLINE JAN. 15
Submit at milestones.org today.

Milestones takes pride in providing a conference for the entire autism community.


 

As a Milestones speaker, you get to reach autism professionals, parents and self-advocates with ASD all in one event. What an invaluable opportunity, especially during these difficult, socially distanced times. 

 

While a virtual conference may look and feel different than our in-person event, it allows our community to share powerful strategies with ease and provides an accessible opportunity for a broader audience.

 

Interested? Submit a proposal today to join Milestones' second virtual conference and contribute to our mission of improving outcomes for individuals with autism.

 

All 2021 speakers receive a free conference registration including CEUs!

SUBMISSION DEADLINE: JAN. 15, 2021 

 

 

 

Registration opens NEXT WEEK!

Learn more about the 2021 virtual conference by visiting milestones.org or contacting our conference team at [email protected] 

 

NEW THIS YEAR! Proposal Helpdesk for Individuals with ASD 

A helpdesk is now available for self-advocates who may be new to the process of submitting a conference proposal. For assistance writing a proposal or completing a submission form, please contact Nathan Morgan at [email protected] or 216.464.7600 ext. 118 to schedule a help session. 

 

 

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Download our Save the Date flier to invite colleagues, friends or family to Milestones' virtual autism conference next summer.

 

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