THE USAAA EVENTS
US Autism & Asperger Association inaugural World conference was held August 9-12, 2006 in Park City, Utah. Annual conferences have been in Denver (twice), Austin, Los Angeles, St. Louis, and Seattle. USAAA partnered with other organizations to host three additional regional conferences in Vancouver, Orlando and New Jersey.
USAAA streamed the very first autism/Asperger conference live in Park City, Utah in 2006. The US Autism & Asperger Association 5th Annual World Conference, held October 1-3, 2010, became the most-viewed autism conference in the world. While there was a capacity crowd of 700 attendees each day at the conference in St. Louis, Missouri, over 34,000 people viewed the event online. This was the first ever autism and Asperger conference to be streamed live in its entirety.
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USAAA has provided short videos from it's conferences on Facebook and YouTube over the last few years. Now, many of these videos are now accessible in our archive. Other non-conference videos have been selected for your viewing that include USAAA's Advisory Board member Dr. Stephen M. Shore's video, "Sensory, Teaching, Music and Marriage"; Hope For Autism & Asperger's Syndrome: My Story"; Joshua Littman, a 12-year-old boy with Asperger's syndrome, from StoryCorps; Dean Beadle "Being Dean:Living with Aspergers" Speech Excerpt; plus more. Learn More.
US Autism & Asperger Association (USAAA) launched USAAA TV in 2011. USAAA TV engages the broader autism/Asperger community by providing educational information. Parents, caregivers, health care practitioners, individuals with autism, students, educators, therapists and anyone who wants to learn more about resources, services and treatment for persons living with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASDs) can learn through USAAA TV. Our goal is that the viewer is educated, informed and know there is always hope for anyone who is affected by autism. Learn More.
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