Autism Summit

Idaho Autism Summit

Virtual (Un)Conference 2021

April 10 & 24

Improving Mental Health
of Children and Adults with
Autism Spectrum Disorder

What is an (Un)Conference?

The Idaho Autism Summit presents our 2021 virtual (Un)Conference!

We know in these uncertain times that things look a little different. This is why we're moving the 2021 Autism Summit to an online format. The virtual (Un)Conference will feature sessions on April 10 and 24 from 10am to 12:30pm MT on Zoom.

We are planning to provide a way for all people to share their lived experience, knowledge, and ideas about creating and promoting acceptance of people with ASD in our communities. NO CMEs / CEs / CEUs.

Join us at this year's (Un)Conference

Each (Un)Conference session will feature stories from our friends and community – your stories.

This year's speakers will share their lived experience, knowledge and ideas about creating and promoting acceptance of people with ASD in our communities.

You can register to attend one or both sessions:

April 10: Individuals and family members share their stories, featuring:

  • Katie Hodges
  • Ian Bott
  • DR
  • Valarie Illguth
  • Bailey Butterfield
  • Ron and Robby Oberleitner

April 24: Educators and professionals provide insights into what they’ve learned working with the ASD community, featuring:

  • Nick Browneller
  • Janessa Thomas
  • Abhilash Desai
  • Toni DiPetrio
  • Adrienne Seamans

If you have any questions about registration or the Autism Summit (Un)Conference, please contact Richelle Tierney at richellet@uidaho.edu.

Previous years

Check out our previous Autism Summits, including guest speakers and their presentations: