Annual Conferences and Fundraisers
The purpose of the annual conference is to provide information on state-of-the-art practices in areas that promote best practices in education, early intervention, and quality community based life-styles for individuals with autism, deaf-blindness, and related disabilities.
This fun fitness event is held at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium. Participants can run or walk “stadiums” or run/walk the inner loop of the stadium. Prizes are offered to the participants in each category with the best time.
Join us to celebrate the unique artistic and performance talents of individuals on the autism spectrum. Participants will see unique artwork, meet the artists, watch live performances, and enjoy a reception with refreshments at this free event. Enjoy an evening with painters, photographers, crafters, singers, actors, musicians, comedians, and much more. A link will be posted below once information about this year’s event is available.
This 2-day conference consists of a series of sessions on a variety of topics related to current research and intervention in autism spectrum disorder. Many sessions will be presented by UF faculty and staff working in the field of autism spectrum disorder. A link will be posted below once information about this year’s event is available.