Registration for the 10th Autism-Europe International Congress
is now open. The meeting, which will take place September 26 to 28 in Budapest, Hungary, brings together researchers, professionals, parents and advocates looking to advance the rights of persons with autism and their families. Conference participants will address quality of life issues and share scientific knowledge and advances about autism.
Topics will include risk factors, diagnosis, treatment, education, support, employment, personal rights and public policies concerning autism and those it affects. Special sessions will address recent developments including communications technologies.
Autism-Europe’s 2013 Congress marks the 30th anniversary of Autism-Europe
, an international association that works to advance the rights and quality of life of persons with autism.