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We are pleased to announce…

I am honored to announce I will be presenting three times at the Autism Society of Ameica conference in Indianapolis, IN. The presentations I will be a part of are listed below.  

  • “Social Impairment?! NOT! the Role of Friendship and Mentoring in ASDs” with Chloe Rothschild, Jennifer O’Toole, Stephen Shore, Sondra Williams, Dena Gassner, and Brian King. 

  • “Music, Art, and Theater; Different Artistic Approaches to Support the Autism Community and Beyond” with Stephen Shore and Gayle Fitzpatrick.
  • “Hear Us Roar! Young Women on the Autism Spectrum” with Haley Moss and Kassiane Sibley.


I am very happy to be presenting with so many friends and colleagues. The Autism Society of America will always have a special place in my heart and I’m so excited for how it has grown since I first went there 10 years ago.

 For more information on the conference, feel free to check out their website below. More information will be released when it become available.
http://www.autism-society.org/get-involved/conference/

I’m also still looking for other conferences to present this year and next so if you know a great conference, please shoot me a message or post on my FaceBook page.

Where will she be next?

We interrupt your regularly scheduled Brigid time to let you know where I’ll be going next.

If you are in the Ohio area and plan to attend the OCALI conference next week, you can find me at the Autism Global Initiative/ Autism Research Institute booth located at space 408 in the exhibition hall or you can find me just wandering around. 

*Hint when looking for me: Look for the tall redhead wearing a corset. *



For more information on the conference please check out the OCALI Conference website at http://conference.ocali.org/.

For more information on AGI/ARI please check out their website at http://www.autism.com/.

To see some of the courses I’ll be promoting check out the Houlton Institute programs at http://www.houltoninstitute.com/programs/.
I hear the Teaching Assistant is really wonderful for the programs.
*Hint: It’s me!*