Council of Autism Service Providers Conference Brings Nearly 800 Autism Professionals to Fort Worth,

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Fort Worth, TX—April 28 to 30, the Council of Autism Service Providers (CASP) will hold its 2024 Conference for nearly 800 people at the Worthington Renaissance Fort Worth Hotel in Fort Worth, TX. CASP’s event is the only national conference on efficiently administering and operating autism service providers while maintaining clinical excellence.

Featured speakers will include:

  • Dr. John Austin, CEO of Reaching Results and author of Results: The Science-Based Approach to Better Productivity, Profitability, and Safety.
  • Kaelynn Partlow, lead therapist at Project HOPE and star of Netflix’s Love on the Spectrum.

The event will also include a special rooftop screening of In a Different Key, a true story of love, autism, and the fight to belong by filmmakers Caren Zucker and John Donovan.

“This is CASP’s biggest conference ever,” said Lorri Unumb, chief executive officer of CASP. “Nearly 800 autism service providers will come together to learn, network, and collaborate on solutions to the field’s biggest challenges. It’s an incredible opportunity having this many great minds in one place.”

For those who can’t attend in person, the event is also being livestreamed, making it available to CASP members and others around the world.

CASP’s conference is proudly sponsored by Boost, Utah Behavior Services, Melmark, Amego, and many others.

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Founded in 2016, the Council of Autism Service Providers (CASP) is a non-profit trade association of over 350 autism service provider organizations from all 50 states and multiple countries. It supports members by cultivating, sharing, and advocating for best practices in autism services. From developing clinical practice guidelines for ABA to educating legislators about good policy, CASP works every day to ensure autistic people receive quality care. Learn more at