Hello Everyone,

I am writing with sad but likely expected news. I am here in Daytona and there is no beach left. For the safety of our attendees, we are CANCELING the conference. We are working on a virtual option for you - the same amount of CEs (actually more!) and same times. Even better, we will be offering you all the presentations you would have missed attending other sessions. We will do everything we can to make this the same great experience you were expecting in person. For those worried about losing power or the internet, we will also record sessions for you to access later.

We're so sorry to not be seeing you in person. We know that everyone can understand and appreciate that, if Ian taught us anything, it's exercising an abundance of caution and staying safe above and beyond everything. 

We will continue to be in touch with you with more details about the new virtual conference. We are so grateful for your patience and grace with us. Please stay safe and dry and care for your families.
Sending love to you all,
Angela Mann, Ph.D., BCBA
President, 2021-22



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Understanding Social Emotional Learning (SEL): Practice Considerations for Schools

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What can we do now to support and protect students and their families? Read more in this joint memo for parents and for educators.


FASP 49th Annual Conference

FASP Annual Conference November 9-12, 2022

LEAD (Leadership, Equity, Advocacy, Determination)
November 9-12, 2022

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