Where is NECC Presenting?

Frequently, NECC staff members present their research to educators, parents, psychologists, and others interested in the field of autism and related disorders. Speaking at regional, national, and international conferences, NECC's staff shares our latest applied research findings based on our work with children with autism. Not only does this allow us to share valuable information with other professionals in our field, but it also serves to fortify NECC's standing as one of the world's leading centers for research on autism.

Upcoming Presentations

Florida Association for Behavior Analysis, Bonita Springs, FL

Ahearn, W.H. (September 2014). Best practices in Applied Behavior Analysis. Invited address to be presented at the annual conference of the Florida Association for Behavior Analysis, Bonita Springs, FL.

Ahearn, W.H. (September 2014). Assessment and treatment of pica and rumination. Symposium to be discussed at the annual conference of the Florida Association for Behavior Analysis, Bonita Springs, FL.

Autism New Jersey, Atlantic City, NJ

McConnell, K., & Cary, M. (October 2014). Supporting successful medical and dental visits: Behavioral building blocks, guidance, and case reports. Workshop to be presented at 32nd Annual Conference of Autism New Jersey, Atlantic City, NJ.

Geneva Centre for Autism International Symposium, Toronto, Canada

Ahearn, W.H. (October 2014). Stereotypy: There are no easy answers. Talk to be presented at the Geneva Centre for Autism International Symposium, Toronto, Canada.

For more information on any of our conference presentations, please feel free to contact us via e-mail.

Autism New Jersey

Kelly McConnell and Maureen Cary will be presenting a workshop at this conference in Atlantic City, New Jersey, in October.

  

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Florida Association for Behavior Analysis

Bill Ahearn will be presenting an Invited Address and serving as a discussant in a symposium on pica and rumination at this conference in Bonita Springs, Florida, in September.

  

   

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