Scott Kramer is the program director and founder of the GCA Centre for Adult Autism, which is based in the Chattanooga, TN area. GCA, which started in late 2010, runs and facilitates support groups and social events in Tennessee and Georgia, and a monthly social group that meets in the Metro Atlanta, GA area. Scott is an adult on the autism spectrum and is married to his wonderful spouse and life partner, April – and believes that people, regardless of disability, can be successful.
Inaugural Tri-State Adult Autism Symposium
GCA’s premier event will focus solely on adult Autism issues in the Tri-state area of Tennessee, Georgia, and Alabama!
The conference is the first and only autism conference east of the Mississippi River to be focused totally on adult autism issues – employment, independent living, social relationships, health & wellness, and research. This is a full day conference, with social networking events built in the day before the conference and evening after the conference for adults/young adults on the autism spectrum and other interested individuals.
People can expect the following:
1. An after-event social consisting of a BBQ/cookout for adults and young adults on the Autism spectrum on the evening of the Symposium. Anyone attending the Symposium is welcome to this event. (Family-friendly; free of charge.)
2. Breakout session for ASD support-group leaders in Tennessee, Georgia, and Alabama.
3. Additional speakers & events (in planning).
Updates will be made on the GCA Centre for Adult Autism | Greater Chattanooga & North Georgia website.
Go to the Symposium tab on the main menu and click for registration, agenda information, exhibitor and vendor information.
If anyone is interested in volunteering, email Scott: email@example.com. Volunteering at the conference will take care of the registration fee, and lunch is included.
Fee waivers are available for individuals with economic hardships but primarily geared towards Tennessee and Georgia residents
Thank you for your interest! Please share this with as many people that could benefit from attending this event.