The Nation’s Premier Autism and Disabilities Conference

“I think that one of the big opportunities that people get from coming to OCALICON is that it is one of the best conferences in the U.S. that allows policy makers, researchers, educators, and people with disabilities, to all come together and learn from each other.” LeDerick Horne
Speaker, Author, Special Education Consultant

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OCALICON 2018 by the Numbers

2,935 Participants
41 States
7 Countries

Learn

Engage in interactive sessions, poster presentations, and an exhibit hall that showcase research-based, world-class, and successful strategies, techniques, and tools from organization and industry leaders.

Connect

Network and share your own experiences, ideas, and practices with thoughtful, energized, and passionate professionals and parents from across the United States and around the globe.

Implement

Refresh your work by synthesizing and applying new ideas and strategies.