Central Texas Autism Center Releases Media Advisory for Verbal Behavior Conference and Cap10K Race

19:50 EDT 2 Apr 2019 | PR Web

The Central Texas Autism hosts Verbal Behavior Conference and supports clients and therapists running in Statesman Cap10K race.

AUSTIN, Texas (PRWEB) April 02, 2019

The Central Texas Autism Center (CTAC) is proud to host the Second Annual Verbal Behavior Conference in Austin on April 4-5, at the start of Autism Awareness Month. The Verbal Behavior Conference brings together top leaders in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis, Verbal Behavior, and the treatment of people with Autism and other Developmental Disabilities. Last year, the conference brought 330 attendees from 23 states, while this year’s conference already has over 500 registrants from 5 countries.

After the conference, on Sunday, April 7, a group of CTAC therapists and clients will be participating the Cap10K race in downtown Austin. CTAC is working with Ainsley’s Angels, a nonprofit that pairs up athletes and individuals with disabilities to promote inclusion on the running race scene.

CTAC Event Details

WHAT: Verbal Behavior Conference
WHO: Over 400 conference attendees, along with world-renowned experts
WHEN: Thursday, April 4 and Friday, April 5
WHERE: Sheraton Austin Hotel 701 East 11TH Street, Austin, Texas 78701
CONTACT: Lauren Willis (

WHAT: CTAC group runs in Cap10K
WHO: CTAC therapists and clients
WHEN: Sunday, April 7:00 - 10:00 AM
WHERE: Downtown Austin, starting at Austin-American Statesman parking lot at 305 S Congress Ave, Austin, TX 78704
CONTACT: Lauren Willis (

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