Hope Inspired by Research
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Join us in Chicago, July 15 - 17, 2015.
The Angelman Syndrome Foundation Biennial Conference is the largest gathering of Angelman syndrome families, individuals, researchers, medical experts, and resource professionals of its kind. More than 5,500 people have attended ASF Biennial Conferences, which is one of the most fulfilling experiences along your journey with AS.
The 2015 Angelman Syndrome Foundation Biennial Conference will feature FREE REGISTRATION as part of the ASF’s dedication to supporting individuals with AS and their families. Registration will be open in the near future for attendees to reserve their spot, as space will be limited. Included in the 2015 Biennial Conference’s FREE REGISTRATION:
Lodging, travel to the Conference, and meals not listed above will be attendees’ responsibility. Lodging and ASF-reserved family-fun activity details will be forthcoming.
Use the 2015 Budget Worksheet to help you plan for the conference.
2015 Biennial Conference Highlights
Numerous networking and social-hour opportunities
Face-to-face, personal interaction with other families who are dealing with the same issues you face every day, including families who have traveled this road before you and can share their experiences and expertise.
40+ FREE seminars and learning sessions
Further details will be released soon, so mark your calendars and stay tuned!
Be inspired by knowledge, community, awareness, research and support at the 2015 ASF Biennial Conference—and inspire others who are sharing the same journey as you.
"My son was diagnosed with AS del+ in 2001 when he was 7 months old. Five months later I attended my first conference in Chicago. It was the most positive and rewarding experience that I had had since his birth. The sessions are always very informative and address a wide range of topics including medical, educational, behavioral, and transitional issues. I have since attended the 2003 conference in Washington DC, 2005 in Anaheim, 2007 in St. Louis, and 2009 in Orlando. I continue to gain valuable knowledge at each conference, and the other parents whom I have met have become lifelong friends who are always so supportive and a reminder that we are not alone on this journey. I am very grateful to the ASF for bringing together the world's experts on AS and enabling families and caregivers to learn from each other with the common goal of helping our children reach their full potential."
-Ann Marie Fennelly, mother to a young boy with AS
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