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ACCOMMODATIONS - The conference will be held at the award winning Kansas City Marriott Country Club Plaza hotel.

Kansas City Marriott Country Club Plaza
4445 Main Street
Kansas City, Missouri 64111 USA
Phone: 1-816-531-3000, 1-800-810-3708

SPECIAL CONFERENCE ROOM RATE - Be sure to reserve your guest room early. Last year, the conference hotel sold out 6 weeks before the conference. Special conference rate - $99 plus tax. If you make your reservation by phone, be sure to mention the discounted rate for US Autism & Asperger Association 2014 World Conference.



Reserve you room at the Marriott Country Club Plaza Hotel now by clicking on the following link:
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The award winning Kansas City Marriott Country Club Plaza hotel puts you in the heart of Kansas City, where you will enjoy excellent service that exemplifies Marriott. Overlooking the Country Club Plaza, our Kansas City Plaza hotel is at the sophisticated center of the dining, shopping and cultural scene. This hotel is also within minutes of Power & Light District, Kauffman Center, Crown Center and the Sprint Center. Relax in our lobby or your guest room, which blends business-friendly features like high-speed Internet access with many other thoughtful amenities to provide an upscale, homelike feeling. The Main Street Grill features all-day dining while Cafe Express, located on the lobby level of our hotel on the Plaza in Kansas City, offers Starbucks coffee and snacks. A fitness center and indoor pool provide convenient recreational options at our hotel in the KC Plaza. Discover Marriott, a step above other hotels in Kansas City near the Plaza.

Each USAAA conference attendees that reserve a room will receive:

  • Complimentary overnight self-parking
  • Complimentary standard wireless in guest rooms
  • Complimentary wireless in the lobby and public areas
  • Room service, 6:00 AM-12:00 AM

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MAPS & TRANSPORTATION
Directions to Marriott Country Club Plaza hotel

Directions to hotel from Kansas City International Airport - click on map below:

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SERVICES AND AMENITIES
Dining
Fitness and Recreation - Fitness Center, Indoor Pool and Whirlpool
Business Services
Other Services and Amenities

ACCESSIBILITY

  • Accessible guest rooms have a 32 inch wide opening
  • Fitness center entrance is accessible
  • Main entrance is accessible
  • Pathway to registration desk is accessible
  • Registration desk is not accessible
  • Route to accessible guest rooms is accessible
  • Business center entrance is accessible
  • Hotel has on site accessible self-parking
  • Meeting spaces are all accessible
  • Pool entrances are all accessible
  • Restaurants and lounges are all accessible
  • Service animals allowed for persons with disabilities

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The US Autism & Asperger Association 2010 World Conference became the most viewed Autism/Asperger conference in the world. This was the first ever Autism and Asperger conference streamed lived in its entirety.

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"In the fall of 2011, the greatest gift we received yet was attending the four-day USAAA conference in Seattle. There I met my heroes and found mentors that gave me hope and expanded my paradigm. Since the conference, we now approach life and our son from the view of acceptance, help him to see and know himself, teach him how to self advocate, and join with him in enjoying the things that make him smile. We no longer fight against our son’s differences but embrace them and this way of loving has even taught us to how better accept and love each other as a couple. We still have a long way to go and even more to learn, but I now know that hope has no limit unless I place it there.
- Sara McCarter, Mom to Magnus "the great"


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