What is OCALICON?
“Held annually in Columbus, OH, USA, OCALICON is the nation’s premier autism and disabilities conference where thousands of people from around the world come together to learn, network, and share research, best practices, and resources to support the life-long needs of individuals with disabilities, including autism spectrum disorder and sensory and low-incidence disabilities.
From state and national leaders, to educators, service providers, policy makers, families, and self-advocates, the event has something to offer everyone.
Since 2007, more than 17,000 participants from all 50 states and 17 countries have participated.”
Project ACCESS has been proud to be a part of OCALICON for several years and we welcome the opportunity to continue to learn from, share, and network with attendees from across the nation to increase local capacity to serve Missouri’s students!