OCALI Awards recognize and celebrate the achievements, contributions, and impact of leaders, pioneers, and champions whose efforts help support and improve outcomes for people with autism, sensory disabilities, and low-incidence disabilities.
Award recipients demonstrate significant personal achievements and accomplishments, strong leadership skills and abilities, innovative ideas, practices, and solutions, effective collaboration and mentoring efforts, and overall impact on systems and communities.
Want to browse the names of past award winners? View our list of winners since 2013, when the awards were first presented.
Nominations are now closed. The 2021 awards will be announced as follows: