2014 Sponsors and Exhibitors
The Autism Society would like to extend our sincere appreciation to the following Sponsors for their generous support to the 2014 Autism Society National Conference.
Our 2014 Sponsors:
Lori and Gregg Ireland in honor of the work of Extraordinary Ventures
Based in the university town of Chapel Hill, NC, Extraordinary Ventures, Inc. (EV) is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization that creates and nurtures self-sustaining small businesses designed around the skills of the young adults with autism and developmental disabilities that serve as its workforce.
The Indiana Resource Center for Autism (IRCA) is focused on providing communities, organizations, agencies and families with the knowledge and skills via coaching, training, program and individual consultation, and information development and dissemination to support children and adults in typical early intervention, school, community, work and home settings.
Autism BrainNet will work with the autism and other neurodevelopmental research communities, in partnership with the families and communities, to communicate the need for donated brain and other tissue and develop a sensitive, transparent and effective strategy for acquiring and distributing the highest-quality tissue for research worldwide.
Hopebridge is committed to providing personalized therapy for children and their families touched by behavioral, physical, social, communication and sensory challenges, helping them live their best life possible. We know that children with special needs require extraordinary care. That’s why we offer coordinated ABA, occupational, speech, feeding and physical therapies in a non judgmental and safe environment. We are providers for all major commercial insurances and accept Medicaid.
VizZle, produced by Monarch Teaching Technologies, is an easy-to-use, Web-based authoring tool that empowers educators to create fun, interactive, visual curricula customized to the needs of children with autism and other learning challenges.
MetLife Center for Special Needs Planning is dedicated to helping families plan for the future of their dependents with special needs which includes preserving government benefits and providing insurance and other financial solutions which can help provide lifetime quality care.
The University of Kansas offers nationally ranked special education degree programs now available online. Programs include an online Master’s in High-Incidence Disabilities, online Master’s in Secondary Special Ed Transition, online Master’s in Curriculum & Instruction, and an online Graduate Certificate in Autism Spectrum Disorders.
Founded in 1907, UPS is the world’s largest package delivery company and a leading global provider of specialized transportation and logistics services. Using advanced technology, access to global resources, and an integrated network of physical, technological, and human assets, UPS provides a powerful competitive advantage that can help you earn repeat customers and grow your business.
Eden Autism Services is a primary resource for autism information, education, training, and support services for individuals with autism, families, educators and healthcare professionals. Programs include early intervention, education, employment training and residential services. Eden Outreach provides in-person and online workshops, conferences, as well as evaluations, consultation and therapy services.
Arc is a private global early-stage venture firm that invests in and operates companies in the preK through K-12 education and Special Needs marketplace.
The Autism Research Institute’s mission is to meet the needs of the global autism community through research, networking, education, and support for families and people of all ages on the autism spectrum.
The Daniel Jordan Fiddle Foundation is a national organization focused on adults living with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). The mission of our volunteer-run organization is to develop, advocate for and fund our Signature Programs that create innovative blueprints for grassroots organizations and service providers to develop their own programs for the diverse population of adults living with ASD.
Our 2014 Exhibitors