Greenville, SC — Springbrook Behavioral, an autism services provider based in Greenville, S.C., announced the date of its 2018 Converge Conference, which will be held March 1 and 2, 2018 at the Embassy Suites in Greenville, S.C.
The Converge Autism Summit is attended by professionals, teachers, parents, and caregivers who get a chance to meet and discuss educational, therapeutic, social, and psychological topics related to Autism Spectrum Disorder. The conference, now in its second year, is focused on providing resources and assistance to providers, teachers and parents of those with autism. The speaker lineup is comprised of professionals in the fields of Youth Psychiatry, Occupational Therapy, Behavioral Analysis, Special Education, Advocacy, and Family Therapy.
“Last year’s conference truly proved to us that there is a definite need in our community for these resources,” said Mike Rowley, Administrator. “By providing some of the best experts in their fields directly to those who care for someone with autism, and offering a high level of education on matters they care about, we feel we can do a service—not only to them, but to those they care for.”
Registration for the event is currently open, and Early Bird rates apply through January 31, 2018. More information on the conference, the speakers, topics included, tickets and more can be found on the event website at ConvergeAutism.com
About the Springbrook Behavioral Health
Springbrook Behavioral Autism campus in Travelers Rest, S.C. has well developed, evidence based, and results oriented programs for the treatment of autism in children ages 5-21. Springbrook works with the entire spectrum of children, adolescents, and teens with autism, including patients at all developmental levels. Our dedicated staff is committed to autism programs and therapies that address the needs of the whole child and the family rather than just the diagnosis. To learn more about autism and Springbrook Autism Programs, we encourage you to visit our website and check out the many educational blogs from our experts at www.springbrookbehavioral.com