Please consult the following lists if you are unsure which registration category you belong to. If your designation is not listed, and you are still unsure, please contact ACT at [email protected].
- Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP)
- Occupational Therapist (OT)
- Behavior Consultant (BC)
- Physical Therapist (PT)
- Medical Professionals
- Dietitian or Nutritionist
- Registered Clinical Counselor
- Teaching Professionals (Primary, Secondary and Post-Secondary Schools)
- Supported Child Development Consultant
- Infant Development Consultant
- Social Worker
- Special Educational Assistant (SEA)
- Job Coach
- Early Childhood Educator
- Behavior Interventionist
- Support Worker
- Child & Youth Worker
- Respite Provider
- Family Support Worker
To qualify for the student rate, you should be a currently registered, full-time student. You may be asked to provide proof of student status.
Your receipt will be emailed to you at the email address you provided at registration within one hour of your registration. If you do not receive a receipt, please contact the ACT office at [email protected] or 1-866-939-5188 with your name, event you registered for and date you registered.
ACT strives to make our workshops available for online audiences via web streaming whenever possible. For information on ACT’s Web Streaming, such as technical requirements, participation and access details, and visit ACT Live Event Web Streaming. Please note web stream participants are not on camera during the live event, but can communicate with ACT staff and other participants via live chat.
Using Autism Funding to pay
Parents who receive Autism Funding may use 20% of the total for equipment, books, training and travel costs. Visit ACT’s Workshop Registration Using Autism Funding page for details.
ACT provides bursary funds from our own resources and through support from private donors. Bursaries are provided as reduced event registration fees. Anyone attending an ACT event is eligible if the cost is a barrier for attending the event. Priority is given to low-income registrants, in particular, autistic adults and family members of autistic individuals.
While most of our events in 2020 were free, we provided over $8,000 in bursaries to registrants for a single event. ACT opened a bursary program for Indigenous family members and organizations in 2021. Contact us at [email protected] for details. ACT welcomes and gratefully accepts donations to our bursary fund.
More information on how to register for an ACT event with an ACT bursary.