NJACE Conference This is an archive of the previous tenure of the NJACE, spanning from 2018-2023

Watch our conference recording here:

Scroll down further to view the slides or transcripts of the presenters’ talks.

Figure 1: Map of the attendees and the countries they came from (indicated by red stars). The blue circles on the map represent the number of people interested in the Frontiers topic – Autism: The Movement Sensing Perspective [Source: Frontiers]

Figure 2: Distribution of demographics (roles and positions) of the attendees who participated in the conference

Conference Speakers - Videos & Slides/ Transcripts


With Prof. Elizabeth Torres

Opening Remarks & the Role of Advocacy

With Elizabeth Rosenzweig

Moving Forward: Lessons we Need to Learn to Effectively Support ASD

With Dr. Eric London

The Use of Smart-Technology in Autism

With Prof. Jonathan Delafield-Butt

Feldenkrais Lessons Today: From Schools in Israel to the NeuroMovement® Approach in Autism

With Dr. Eilat Almagor

Digitizing Social Emotional Learning

With Christopher Dudick

Autism Certificate of Excellence - Launch

With Prof. Elizabeth Torres

The Totally Administered Child

With Dr. John Summers

Using Community Collaboration and Cognitive Science to Support Flourishing for Nonspeaking Autistic People

With Prof. Vikram Jaswal

Mind Your Motor... Lessons Learned on the Road to Communication

With Elizabeth Vosseller and Ian Nordling

The “GetAutismActive" Initiative

With Dr. Susan Crawford

AI-Enabled Shoe Insoles to Assess Walking Function in Controlled & Free-Living Environments

With Prof. Damian Zanotto

Building a Precision Autism Ecosystem

With Elizabeth Horn

Roxey Ballet Performance & Closing Remarks

With Prof. Elizabeth Torres

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About the Conference

The New Jersey Autism Center of Excellence (NJACE) welcomes you to the conference “Rethinking Autism for the 21st Century” a multidisciplinary, global event leveraging recent advances in Science Technology Engineering and Math, bringing Autism to a new level of Personalized Precision Practices. 

Join us as we launch our Rutgers Autism Certificate of Excellence (RU-ACE) and enjoy the live-streamed performance of the Roxey Ballet amongst colleagues of our autism community.

Conference Location:

Rutgers Hillel,
70 College Ave, New Brunswick, NJ 08901

Parking Registration, Available Parking at Lots 11, 26, 30 and the College Avenue Deck. 

Breakfast, Lunch and Refreshments will be provided (Glatt Kosher).

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