Keep up to date with all the VAC2016 announcements as they happen, here! In the lead up to VAC in September we will be posting news items about who is coming to VAC2016, topics and program, and videos from speakers.

 

NEWS


Early Bird deadline now closed; take advantage of our 2 part payment plan

27 July 2016

Our Early Bird registration has now closed, but we are still offering a more manageable way to pay for the conference ticket. Our 2 part payment plan allows you to pay in 2 equal instalments; one on the day of registration and one on 19 August. Offer valid until 1 August.


Early bird extension

4 July 2016

The VAC Early Bird registration has been extended to 23 July to ensure as many people as possible can take advantage of the full ticket price discount!

This registration offers up to 25% off the full price.


Early Bird Registration – 1 week to go!

22 June 2016

One week to go to take advantage of up to 25% off the full conference ticket price. This is a great offer to make sure you are part of our most inclusive conference yet! Find out more now.


The VAC Program is now live

20 June 2016

We are very excited to share the full list of sessions for the two day conference. Each day will cover a wide range of topics including sessions on; Embracing Sexuality and Gender Identity, Lessons from the Female Spectrum, Navigating the World of Work, Optimising the NDIS and Discovering the Online World. Check out the full program here 


 

VIDEOS


Chris Varney shares his excitement for this year’s Victorian Autism Conference as he returns after speaking at VAC 2014.


Author, advocate and public servant, Jeanette Purkis shares her message for VAC2016.


Keynote speaker, Professor Andrew Whitehouse shares his excitement for this year’s VAC.


A mother of a child on the autism spectrum, Nicole shares her message for VAC 2016.


Introducing Steve Silberman, award winning author and keynote speaker for VAC2016.


Our Master of Ceremonies, Malcolm Mayfield introduces himself and explains why he is MC for VAC2016.


Elizabeth Curran, a mother of two boys on the spectrum talks about why she has attended every Victorian Autism Conference and how this year’s payment plan can help others to attend.


Amaze CEO, Fiona Sharkie shares her VAC launch message and stresses this year’s theme of inclusivity.