Disability event to focus on autism
The 19th annual U.S. Conference on disability at the University of Scranton will be held virtually Oct. 6.
Dr. Temple Grandin, an animal behaviorist and autism spokesman who was diagnosed with autism at the age of 2, will serve as the keynote speaker.
Chris Banks, chief executive officer and president of the Autism Society of America, and Jose Velasco, vice president of Product Management at SAP and SAP Autism at Work program, will also deliver keynote addresses.
The conference is free and open to the public, but registration is required and capacity is limited.
For more information, contact Rebecca Spirito Dalgin, PH.D., at rebecca.dal email@example.com or Lori Bruch, ED.D., at lori.bruch@ scranton.edu.