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For Arkansas residents only
Organizations - Group Registration: If you wish to register multiple staff using one transaction, do not use the form below. Instead, contact Scott Kramer at , with a list of names and email addresses of your staff to the above email address. He will send you an invoice upon request. Please notify Scott by no later than July 7 to receive the Early Bird rate and no later than July 11 (or whenever the conference sells out - whichever comes first) to receive the Regular Registration rate.
If you will be paying by credit card, please contact Dave Buck, Chattanooga Autism Center executive director, at email@example.com.
You can pay with a check or credit card.
STIPENDS (SYMPOSIUM FEE WAIVERS) FOR GEORGIA/TENNESSEE RESIDENTS ONLY:
A limited number of waivers will be available to individuals, family members, and caregivers who are experiencing economic hardships and otherwise would not be able to attend the Symposium. Individuals who qualified for a waiver the previous year and did not fill out a required survey from a state office after that year's Symposium will be ineligible to request a waiver for the following year's Symposium (e.g. did not fill out survey from last year's Symposium = ineligible to receive waiver for this year's Symposium). Waivers are available on a first-come, first-basis basis after the Symposium has received permission from a state's Council on Developmental Disabilities to provide waivers to residents from that state to attend the Symposium. To inquire about waivers for Tennessee and Georgia residents only, email Scott at .
Please dress accordingly and if you are cold-natured, dress in layers and bring a sweater or jacket.
Photographs and videos will be taken throughout the conference. Attendance constitutes permission to use images and videos of those at the event on this website and in promotional materials.
This conference is FRAGRANCE FREE! Please refrain from using perfumes, colognes, or scented personal products in consideration of people with chemical sensitivities.