Autism Connections Holds 31th Annual Autism Conference

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Autism Connections, the western Massachusetts Autism Center serving families and individuals in Berkshire, Franklin, Hampshire, and Hampden counties, hosts its 31th Annual Autism Conference on April 28, 2022. The day-long VIRTUAL educational conference presents speakers, exhibitors, and breakout sessions on various topics of interest to people with autism, parents, caregivers, education agency, and education professionals. 

The two keynote speakers are Alix Generous, an #ActuallyAutistic advocate for advancing mental health reform and institutional treatment of autistic people, and Jed Baker, Ph.D., director of the Social Skills Training Project, an organization serving individuals with autism and social communication problems.

Registration for parents/caregivers/people with autism is $50, and for agency professionals and educators, $100. Registrants will have access to the entire recorded conference until July 29, 2022.

For more information about Autism Connections or the 31th Annual Autism Conference, visit or email In addition to the upcoming conference, Whole Children, which provides recreational, social, and enrichment programs for children and teens of all abilities. Classes are offered for children from 8-18+, with a wide assortment of classes available.

Submitted by Alissa Serra, Pathlight.

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