​​​​​Families With ASD 

Richard Brown, Artist,  at the 2016 Autism & ALL Expo. 

How do I Register for a Breakout Session?  

   Families with ASD's Autism & ALL Special Needs Expo and Breakout Sessions are always FREE!  If you would like to attend any of our Breakout Sessions you will need to register. 

Email:
rsvp@familieswithasd.org 

* On the Subject Line put: RSVP Breakout Session 

Please include the following in your email: 

  • Which breakout session/s will you be registering to attend? 
  • How many will be attending?
  • Full names of who will be attending. ( Please print names the way you would like them to be printed on your CEU Certificate)
  • Best email for us to contact you.
  • Mailing Address or at least your City/ State.  (Optional, but helpful data for our grant writing. )
  • Occupation (Optional, but helpful data for our grant writing. )


One of our ASD Volunteers will confirm your registration.

The day of the expo, there will be a sign up table outside the breakout rooms.  You must sign in/ and sign out to get your CEU certificates.  Each breakout session will have an assigned CEU Contact Hour/s.  You can attend more than one breakout.    

You can also register to get 2.5 CEU Contact Hours for visiting our Expo and gathering information from our Service Providers and Vendors.  

You will do the same above, but will register for "Day of Expo Information Collection"   

If you have any questions, please feel free to email Julia Ann Smith @

Julia@familieswithasd.org


       Keep checking back for more Breakout Sessions to be added!  



Jennifer Brown, PhD,  at the 2016 Autism & ALL Expo. 

"Not your typical book on autism, Snapshots of Richard captures the essence of observing a child with autism grow into adulthood. Author and mother of Richard, Jennifer Brown offers sketches of life with Richard from the time he is first diagnosed to his transition to semi-independence. Readers will come away with new insight and understanding of life with a person who has autism. "In Snapshots of Richard, Jennifer Brown offers a sharp and clear portrayal of life with her autistic son, Richard. These vignettes offer the reader insights into autism and autism spectrum disorders through specific true life events. This book is of value to anyone who wants to learn about autism. It has helped me gain insights into, and attain acceptance of my own Asperger's Syndrome. I am very grateful that she has written and shared this book." - Mari Stein 2014

Get your copy today!  Click Here!  

2017 Autism & ALL Expo on Saturday, April 1st

FREE Breakout Session with FREE CEU's


Sharonville Convention Center
11413 Chester Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45246