Worthington, OH (PRWEB) September 27, 2012
Step By Step, Inc., a highly regarded nonprofit autism treatment center serving children, adolescents and adults with developmental disabilities, announced today that it will present and exhibit at the annual OCALI Conference 2012 scheduled for November 12 through 14, 2012, at the Greater Columbus Convention Center, in Columbus, Ohio.
Step By Step, a leader in providing highly specialized evidence-based treatment solutions for the autism community in central Ohio for more than 10 years, will host an exhibit and lead several breakout sessions in the research symposium at the conference:
OCALICON 2012 is a national forum on autism, assistive technology and low-incidence disabilities including visual impairments, hearing impairments, traumatic brain injury and more.
The conference features three-and-a-half days of more than 150 sessions and is a gathering of national leaders, educators, parents, individuals, scholars, policy-makers and service providers who examine common concerns and share proven solutions that address issues faced by individuals with autism and low-incidence disabilities across their lifespan. Participants are afforded opportunities to learn through lectures, discussions and hands-on sessions, and connect with colleagues in field.
Step By Step serves children, teens and adults throughout the greater Columbus, Ohio, metro area. For more information about Step By Step, call 614-436-7837 or visit http://www.stepbystepacademy.org.
About Step By Step, Inc.
Step By Step Academy (SBSA) is a private, nonprofit treatment center for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Using its Continuum of Care model, it offers a range of services designed to diagnose the nature and extent of the condition and provide the appropriate treatment and environment across the spectrum for children, adolescents and young adults. In addition to center-based programs, SBSA offers direct services to the community including assessment, intensive behavioral intervention treatment, speech, psychology and psychiatric services, as well as parent advocacy, case management, counseling, and parent and professional trainings. SBSA has several partnerships with local school districts to provide successful behavioral intervention programs directly within a school setting.