News - Exceptional Education and Learning

College's Regional Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders to Sponsor Free Conference

Autism Spectrum Disorder Center logo

SUNY Old Westbury’s Regional Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders is offering “Teaching to Successful Outcomes: Supporting Children with Autism in the Home, School & Community,” a free conference providing the latest information on evidence-based supports for children with autism spectrum disorders to parents, educators, and professionals. The conference runs from 7:30 a.m. - 3:15 p.m.

Annual Autism Spectrum Disorders Conference for Families, Education Professionals and Service Providers Set for January

Speaker Wendy Machalicek

College's Regional Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders to host “Teaching to Successful Outcomes: Supporting Children with Autism in the Home, School, and Community” conference on Friday, January 13, 2017.

Conference to Offer Aid to Educators, Parents of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder

RCASD logo

The SUNY Old Westbury Regional Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders is hosting “Teaching to Successful Outcomes,” its annual conference that provides the latest information on evidence-based supports for children with autism spectrum disorders in the home, school, and community.

Free Conference offers aid to Parents, Educators of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders

The SUNY College at Old Westbury’s Regional Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders is offering “Teaching to Successful Outcomes,” a free conference for parents, educators, and professionals providing the latest information on evidence-based supports for children with autism spectrum disorders. The conference runs from 8:30 a.m.- 1 p.m. on Saturday, June 29, 2013.

Regional Center for Autism Spectrum debuts to aid Long Island students, families

SUNY College at Old Westbury has joined a statewide network of colleges and universities by becoming a Regional Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders serving the Long Island region.

“Some estimate that one in every 88 children born has some form of autism,” said College President Calvin O. Butts, III.  “This Center enables us to work alongside our Long Island neighbors and educators so that individuals with autism spectrum disorders can achieve their highest potential and live lives of promise and purpose.”