Rules, regulations, and conditions for participating in OCALICON.
OCALI promotes and supports the active and informed involvement of parents, family members, other key stakeholders, and the person with autism and/or disabilities in the planning of individualized and appropriate services and supports. Each person is a unique individual, who, in consultation with his/her family members and other key stakeholders, has the right to learn about and choose options that best serve his/her individual needs or interests and lead toward an improved quality of life across the lifespan.
OCALICON offers a wide variety of sessions, features, exhibitors, and other offerings that provide a wide range of ideas, strategies, and practices. Inclusion of sessions, features, exhibitors, and other offerings in the OCALICON program does not in any way imply or constitute an endorsement or promotion by OCALI, and are provided in the spirit of supporting the ongoing development of informed choice.