32nd Annual YAI Conference at the Manhattan Hilton, May 2-5, 2011

Registration is now open for YAI Network’s 32nd Annual International Conference on Developmental and Learning Disabilities, Bridges to Success. Take advantage of our Early Bird Discount and register today! 

The conference will take place at the Hilton New York in New York City from May 2 – May 5, 2011.  Dr. Jed Baker, David Hingsburger, Dr. Stephen Shore, and Dr. Carol Westby are just a few of the over 300 highlighted presenters. 

Seminars and workshops focus on key issue, including:  

Advocacy/Self-Determination • Autism Spectrum Disorders • Challenging Behavior • Clinical Issues • Day Services • Early Childhood • Early Intervention • Employment/Transition • Health Care/Wellness • Inclusion • Legal, Ethical & Policy Issues • Life Planning • Management • Quality of Life • Residential Services • Sexuality • Special Education • Staff Training • Strengthening Families 

In addition, this year The YAI Network in proud to be hosting the International Society on Early Intervention’s (ISEI) conference. The ISEI Conference will feature prominent experts from throughout the world and will include more than 100 sessions dealing with the most critical and up-to-date issues in the field of Early Intervention/Early Childhood. You can find the full program on our conference website.   

Visit yai.org/conference to learn about our 2011 conference, download a brochure, find out about our conference exhibitor and sponsorship opportunities, and to register. 

Special One-Year Membership Offer for Conference Attendees to YAI’s online Resource Center.  This $50 offer (usually $150) is available when purchased with your conference registration.  

We hope to see you in New York City this May!

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