6th Annual Southeast Adult Autism Symposium
Saturday, July 23, 2022
University of Tennessee-Chattanooga

The 2022 Southeast Adult Autism Symposium will take place in person at the University of Tennessee-Chattanooga. Registration is now live at this link! Early bird registration is $45, and it is $55 starting June 27. Waivers are also available for those experiencing financial hardship. See the registration form for more details about those.

 

The sponsorship packet is available here. Please reach out to Kevin Fox at kevin@chattanoogaautismcenter.org if you have any questions about sponsoring the Symposium. We are also still looking for people who would like to give a presentation at the Symposium. The speaker application is available here. While the majority of presentations will be in person, we are accepting a limited number of Zoom presentations.

 

Check out our new speaker page with information about and descriptions of some of the presentations we will be having at this year's symposium. More will be added soon. Presentations include:

Sean Boogard - "When to Cleve, When to Leave"

Sandra Bruce, Founder and Director of Autism Improvised - "Social Stories for Grown-Ups"

Michele Louzon - "Self-Care and Development of Executive Functioning Skills: The Keys to Success for Autistic Adults"

Jamie Mackintosh, BA and Alyce Benson, LCSW - "Strategies to Overcome Common Communication Barriers"