Visit UDiscovering at the 44th Autism Society National Conference and Exposition

July 10, 2013

UDiscovering is a Silver Sponsor at the Autism Society’s 44th National Conference in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, taking place July 10 through July 13. As a Silver Sponsor, we will have an exhibit booth at the conference highlighting our latest product, Discovering Behavioral Intervention: A Parent’s Interactive Guide to Applied Behavior Analysis (DBI). Come visit us at booth F20 at the Pittsburgh Convention Center to learn more, check out our great giveaway items, and enter a raffle to win a three-month subscription of DBI.

DBI is a 10-module online learning guide to applied behavior analysis (ABA) for parents of children with autism spectrum disorder. DBI was created by child development experts at UMass Medical School’s Eunice Kennedy Shriver Center, in partnership with parents of children with autism. The guide uses a mix of family-friendly text, videos, interactive graphics, and immersion exercises to teach why ABA is so commonly recommended and how it should be conducted. Parents also learn how to advocate for and secure high-quality behavioral services, and effectively monitor and evaluate their child's progress, so they can have a powerful voice in their child's development.

In addition to parents, professionals who provide ABA services, participate on an interdisciplinary team, or supervise others in an early intervention program for children with autism will find DBI to be a valuable resource for their professional toolbox. DBI teaches ABA while providing an inside look at how families cope with an autism diagnosis.

About the Autism Society’s National Conference

The Autism Society recognizes that families and individuals living with an autism spectrum disorder have a range of issues and needs. The National Conference addresses the range of issues affecting people with autism including early intervention, education, employment, behavior, communication, social skills, biomedical interventions and others, across the entire lifespan. Bringing together the expertise and experiences of family members, professionals and individuals on the spectrum, attendees are able to learn how to more effectively advocate and obtain supports for the individual with autism. The ultimate goal is to empower family members, individuals on the spectrum and professionals to make informed decisions. Learn more at