NAA’s National Autism Conference 2020 has been postponed.
Details will be posted as soon as arrangements can be made.
After careful consideration, NAA has decided to postpone its National Autism Conference scheduled for May 1-2. We will share further updates as soon as we can. In the meantime, we wish you all peace and good health. We understand the unique challenges our families are facing right now and hope you will take some comfort knowing that you are not alone.
Stay safe & well, everyone.
We are pleased to announce that the 2020 NAC will be held at a larger and more exciting location, Valley Forge Casino Resort.
Stay | Learn | Network | Relax
3rd Full Track Added
More Teen & Adult Transitioning Topics
A Moderated Panel of
2 Evening Events
Creating your best life
A Moderated Panel with Non-speakers
Microbiota Transplant for Autism
VB MAPP and ABBLS
Rapid Prompting Method (RPM)
Financial Planning for ASD
Medical Cannabis for Autism
Stress & Toxicity
PANDAS & PANS
Spelling 2 Communicate
A Full Life with Autism
Mitochondrial Disorders Allergy, Asthma, Eczema and Mast Cells
Life Skills and Beyond
Guardianship vs Power of Attorney
Leveraging the Microbiome
Life after School
HBOT and Healing
Identifying Treatable Issues within Autism
Teens, Hormones, Rage & Aggression
Environmental Issues in Autism Disorders
Improving Language in Apraxia and Additional Speech Disorders
Mold and Mycotoxins
Keynotes: Elizabeth Vosseller, M.A. and Chantal Sicile-Kira
Dr. James Adams
Dr. Richard Boles
Pat Bergmaier CFP, ChSNC
Dr. David Dornfeld
Dr. Michael Elice
Dr. Dane Fliedner
Dr. John Gaitanis
Heidi Light-Giglio, BCBA
Vicki Kobliner, MS, RDN
Dr. Julie Logan
Dr. Kerry Margo
Lynn Medley, M.S., CCC-SLP
Lesley M. Mehalick, J.D., LL.M.
Dr. Nancy Hofreuter O’Hara
Dr. Michael Montico
Dr. Dan Rossignol
Dr. Jason Sonners
Dr. Anju Usman-Singh
Dr. T.C. Theoharides
Dr. Lindsey Wells
Shannon Zish, MA
A Moderated Non-Speaker Panel
The Valley Forge Casino Resort features onsite hotel, bars, restaurants and activities.
Fun networking events are being planned to help attendees relax and make connections, before and after the sessions.
After the conference, attendees can walk to the Casino side of the campus to play games and unwind.
As a sponsor of the National Autism Conference, your generous donation helps defray the costs to attendees making it more affordable for them to join us to learn about the products and services your company offers.
We produce a beautiful conference syllabus for our attendees that receives rave reviews each year and becomes the go to manual that our attendees refer to all year long.