November 20-22, 2013 · Columbus, OH · Greater Columbus Convention Center
The Ohio Center for Autism and Low Incidence (OCALI) was established in 2005 to help lead development of system-wide capacity at the local, state, and national levels with an overall goal of improving outcomes for people with autism and low-incidence disabilities. Our work emphasizes the identification and utilization of evidence-based practices, collaboration and strategic planning to achieve this end goal.
Candidates were peer-nominated and evaluated for their use of evidence-based practices in the field of education, their impact on the lives of individuals with ASD and/or disabilities, leadership skills and abilities, collaboration or networking practices, and their personal accomplishments and overall contributions to the field of education.
OCALI acknowledges the important role that educators play in this process, and will formally recognize three of them this fall at OCALICON 2013.
OCALI is pleased to announce the 2013 OCALI Award recipients.
Each receives complimentary registration to OCALICON 2013 and will be honored during a special ceremony at 10:15 am, Thursday, November 21.