Autism Education Conference, May 4th

With Dr. Stephen Shore, Friday, May 4th 8:00-3:00pm at Langley’s Restaurant / Great Neck Country Club

April is National Autism Awareness Month and with most recent diagnosis rates of one in 68, the topic of Autism supports has never been more important. Now in its 12th year, the Autism Education Conference, continues to bring in dynamic speakers with fresh perspectives, valuable insights, and practical strategies to our region. A great opportunity for school professionals, parents/caregivers and service providers alike.

This year’s AEC brings back Dr. Stephen Shore for another all-day interactive workshop, this time as a double feature. The agenda will include interactive presentations and discussions around effective strategies for home, school and community settings. 

  • Senses and Sensibilities: An Inside View on Sensory Issues
  • Hidden Curriculum: Practical Solutions to a Vexing Problem 

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Scholarships to offset the cost of the conference are being offered for student teachers, family members of children identified with ASD and individuals identified with ASD up to age 21. If you would like to apply, please contact The Light House at

*Scholarships provided by Dominion Energy.