About Our Autism Conferences in Canada and the UK

Conferences and workshops provided by the Autism Awareness Centre (AACI) are designed to provide all parents and professionals with up-to-date and relevant information, and resources and skills that can be immediately implemented into the care and training of those who have autism or other related disabilities.

Autism conferences and workshops provided by the Autism Awareness Centre (AACI) both at home in  Canada, and abroad in the UK and Europe are designed to provide  parents and professionals with up-to-date and relevant information, resources, and skills that can be immediately implemented into the home, care, and training of those who have autism or other related disabilities.

What sets us apart from other organizations?

Quality Cutting Edge Information

We make sure all our speakers are of the highest quality, and at the cutting edge of their fields, so you can be sure that you are getting the latest, best, and most relevant information. As well, we offer unparalleled  on-going support to all attendees long after the conference is over. Whether you are looking for a particular book, toy, organization in your area or other support.

Hands On Practical Approach

Care is taken to ensure that all sessions are interactive and not just lecture based. We believe by providing this format, parents and professionals alike will gain a better understanding of the practical application of the material being presented, making it easier to use and understand.  Each autism conference is like a mini training on it’s particular topic; we want to make sure that you leave each conference with immediately applicable actions, not just theories.

Not Just For Autism

Many of the theories and practices presented in every autism conference are transferable to other disabilities such as Down Syndrome, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Tourette Syndrome and Fetal Alcohol Syndrome to name a few.

To learn more view our upcoming conferences and our past conference speakers.

Last updated: December 15, 2015