AMAC: From Classroom to Community Conference
January 31, 2013 9:00 AM
until January 31, 2013
60th Floor, One Chase Manhattan Plaza, New York City
In celebration of the Association for Metroarea Autistic Children's 50th Anniversary, join us for a day of workshops and expert discussions on the theme "From Classroom to Community - best practice models maximize the potential for success for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder." These well respected men and women will review ‘best practice' programs/scientific research for children, teens, youth, adults who have Autism Spectrum Disorder. We hope you or one of your colleagues will be able to join us for the 9am morning panel, 1:30pm afternoon workshops and 4:30 - 7pm 50th Celebration Event.
The Association for Metroarea Autistic Children (AMAC) provides services for children with special needs and people of all ages diagnosed with autistic-spectrum disorders, as well as their families. Improving lives since 1962, AMAC's team of caring experts empowers children and adults to reach beyond their current capabilities through the nationally accredited (NAEYC) and New York State (NYS) approved Children's House for pre-schoolers, as well as the NYS approved elementary and secondary schools, adult day programs and summer camp. Utilizing the Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) method, students gain social and behavioral skills while enjoying a variety of engaging and educational activities tailored to their unique set of abilities and talents. AMAC is located in Manhattan at 25 West 17th Street. New York, NY 10011. For more information, visit www.AMAC.org or call 212-645-5005.
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