The Autism Law Summit is an annual, two-day gathering of parent advocates, autism service providers, lawyers, individuals with autism, lobbyists, and legislators from across the United States who are interested in the politics and policy of autism spectrum disorders. Now in its 13th year, the Autism Law Summit creates space for interactive, high-level, expert-facilitated conversations on improving health insurance, Medicaid, and adult services.
Smart, passionate people come to brainstorm strategies and hatch plans for shaping autism law and policy, and to spend quality time with friends from across the country who've shared similar experiences. Discussion topics include:
Early-bird registration is in effect through August 10th. After August 10th, each price level will increase by $50.
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The Autism Law Summit is pleased to welcome first-time Summit sponsor Berkery Noyes. Founded in 1980, Berkery Noyes is an independent investment bank that provides mergers and acquisitions (M&A) services to middle market healthcare services companies.
Berkery Noyes has served as a trusted advisor to leading autism providers and private equity firms on important strategic transactions and decisions.
The Autism Law Summit is pleased to welcome first-time Summit sponsor The Council of Autism Service Providers (CASP). CASP is a non-profit association of for-profit and non-profit organizations and agencies that serve individuals with autism spectrum disorders and related disabilities.
CASP's member organizations care for more than 50,000 children and adults with autism and have collective revenues of more than a billion dollars annually.
CASP represents the autism provider community to the nation at large including government, payers, and the general public. CASP serves as a force for change by training organization leaders, developing standards, advocating for evidence-based practice, and working with stakeholders to achieve its mission.