Date(s) - 12/03/2021
Inside-Out: The Impact of Interoception, the Eighth Sense on Self-Regulation, and Social Connection Through the Lens of an Autistic Adult
The 2021 YAI Hudson Valley Autism Conference welcomes people with autism, parents, caregivers, and professionals to join us for a day of motivating and educational presentations.
Interoception is an important sensory system that helps us to feel internal body signals like a full bladder, growling stomach, tense muscles, or speeding heart. Many autistic children and adults experience interoception extremes ranging from body signals that are too small and go unnoticed or body signals that are too big and create overwhelm and distraction. Often this inner experience goes unnoticed or misunderstood by others. This conference will provide an overview of what the latest research tells us about interoception with a specific focus on how this sense influences self-regulation and social connection.
Chloe Rothschild and Kelly Mahler and have been friends for 7 years and speaking together at conferences internationally for 5 years. It didn’t take them long to discover that they share a lot of common passions including educating others about the provision of more kind and effective supports. In 2019 they co-authored a book, along with their friend Jarvas Alma, called My Interoception Workbook: A Guide for Adolescents, Teens & Adults.
General tickets are for persons with developmental disabilities, families, and professionals who do not need Continuing Education (CE) credits. Registration is required to attend the Hudson Valley Autism Conference.
Please enter your home or business address in the Billing Address section for registration. You are not being charged for the conference, but we need this information on file for our funders so we can continue offering events like this for free
CE Credit Registration
Select this ticket if you are looking to receive Continuing Education (CE) credits. Up to three (3) credits for NY Social Workers available with this registration. Price listed is per person. See below for more details.
Social Work Continuing Education Credits
Up to 4 CE Credits Available.
Up to four (4) Social Work Continuing Education (CE) credits are available per CE Credit Registration.
Attendees must be present for the entirety of the conference and submit a training evaluation for each presentation in order to receive the approved CE credits.
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YAI is recognized by the New York State Education Department’s State Board for Social Work as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed social workers (#SW-0171).
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