The Council for Exceptional Children's annual conference is next week (April 18-21) in Louisville, Kentucky. They are still accepting registrations.
The AAC Institute is announcing three conferences. The first two will run consecutively in Pittsburgh, one on Evidence Based Practice in AAC and the other a conference about employment for AAC users.
The third is a conference on improving clinical practice in AAC. It is to be held in Lexington, Kentucky. The AAC Institute has been offering CEUs for speech and language pathologists for sometime, but now it is also offering CEUs for those in all fields.
The National Institute for People with Disabilities Network holds its annual conference in New York City April 30-May 4, 2007 focusing on Charting the Future. Following the main conference there will be two symposium, on by Carol Grey, the creator of social stories and the other on Postive Behavior Supports by the CEO of LifeStiles.
(P.S. Tonights internet access was provided by the B-R Family of Cambridge, whom I have been babysitting for four years. Thanks.)