2018 Transition Conference | Partnership Sponsor: Hinkle, Fingles, Prior & Fischer

2018 Autism New Jersey Transition Conference

February 26, 2018

Renaissance Woodbridge Hotel  |  515 US Highway 1 South, Iselin, NJ 08830


Registration is Open!

Three easy ways to register! Please make all funds payable to Autism New Jersey.

Pay with Credit Card   Pay with Purchase Order   Pay with Check


Registration Rates: 

Parent:  $29 Member; $59 Nonmember • Professionals:  $69 Member; $99 Nonmember 


Join us for our conference focused exclusively on the transition to adulthood.

This critical time in the life of a person with autism requires careful planning on the parts of both caregivers and professionals. Navigating the changes from school to the adult service system is incredibly challenging.

Our esteemed presenters will discuss a variety of legal, educational, and service topics specifically addressing adolescence and the changes that come with the end of the high school years. View the schedule of workshop descriptions>>

Gain Significant Exposure to a Highly Targeted Audience

2018 Transition Conference | February 26, 2018 | Woodbridge, NJ  

Our sponsorship options provide high-level exposure to a targeted audience interested in resources during the transition to adult services. 

2018 Transition Conference | February 26, 2018 | Woodbridge, NJ  

Increase awareness of your program or services, network with other providers and have valuable personal interactions as an exhibitor.

2018 Transition Conference | February 26, 2018 | Woodbridge, NJ  

Reach the professionals and parents who register for the conference and the tens of thousands more who browse our website with our print and digital advertising options

 View 2017 Transition Conference highlights>>



Thank you to the following sponsors and supporters for making this event possible.


  Keynote Sponsor: Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health NK


Learn more about sponsorship options>>

Transition Services should:
  • be a part of the Individualized Education Program (IEP).
  • be based on a student’s individual preferences and interests.
  • begin at age 14 (or earlier if applicable).
  • be a long-range plan that emphasizes skills that are needed for adult life.

More transition resources>>

Planning the Transition From School to Adult Life

Download our new transition publication.  

Remember, our Helpline is also available to answer your transition-related questions: 800.4.AUTISM or information@autismnj.org.

500 Horizon Drive, Suite 530 Robbinsville, NJ 08691
Phone: 609.588.8200; 800.4.AUTISM | Fax: 609.588.8858
Email: information@autismnj.org