AANE’s 2023 Virtual Daniel W. Rosenn Connections Conference Sponsors

AANE Thanks Our Generous 2023 Conference Sponsors!

This year’s virtual Daniel W. Rosenn Conference: From Community to Culture – Valuing the Autistic Identity on Friday, October 27, 2023, from 11:00 AM – 4:30 PM ET included a series of presentations highlighting Autistic identity and culture.

Learn more about the conference agenda and speakers here.

Platinum Sponsors

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Listen/Subscribe: AutisticCulturePodcast.com

The Autistic Culture Podcast: Licensed Psychological Practitioner, Matt Lowry, and late-diagnosed Autistic author and advocate Dr. Angela Lauria host this light-hearted podcast celebrating autistic culture including the art, music, fashion, and humor of famous Autistics in history and entertainment media. By exploring our Autistic ancestry, the hosts provide insights to bridge the double empathy gap between autistics and allistics and to make the world a safer and happier place for our Autistic kin.

1694 Hampton Ave.
Redwood City, CA 94061

Autism Career Pathways is a nonprofit organization with a mission to provide a platform for businesses and communities to access resources and learning content for better recruitment, retention and reward opportunities for neurodivergent hires. An important part of this mission is to create a neurodivergent-led training curriculum, as well as business-to-business networking for collaboration and continued progress in workplace inclusivity best practices.

The Autistic Women’s Alliance is an autistic-run 501 (c3) nonprofit that aids autistic individuals from historically underrepresented genders to thrive in current or new careers through different ways that include peer mentoring, education, and community outreach. Their members may or may not be employed full-time, or formally diagnosed. They encourage individuals from historically underrepresented genders that identify as autistic or as being neurodivergent to participate.

Autism In Real Life is dedicated to offering insights into the joys and challenges of living with autism. You will hear others share their experiences and expertise. These personal stories and interviews will inspire as well as empower you to try new tools and be a better advocate so you can see the unique gifts and talents of Autistic individuals fully recognized.

55 Chapel Street, Suite 202
Newton, MA 02458

Additional offices: Londonderry, NH & Plainville, MA

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Neuropsychology & Education Services for Children & Adolescents (NESCA) is a team of expert clinicians who provide neuropsychological evaluations, psychological testing, postsecondary transition and coaching services, speech and language services, educational OT and consultation, psychoeducational counseling and integrative treatment services. At our Newton and Plainville, MA, and Londonderry, NH locations, we help create the roadmap that allows people – from infancy through adulthood – to rewrite the script of their lives and create a path forward!

Two Adams Place, Suite 110
859 Willard St. Quincy, MA 02169

331 Waterman St., Suite 225W
Providence, RI 02906


Planned Lifetime Assistance Network of MA & RI is a 501(c)3, nonprofit organization that proudly serves those with disabilities – life-long or related to illness, injury, or age – helping to preserve assets, protect access to public benefits, and most importantly, to live well. We operate as a Special Needs Trustee by providing quality trustee/fiduciary services to individuals and their families through sound, thoughtful trust administration and compassionate, caring social service support.

Lincoln Place
10 Lincoln Road
Foxboro, MA 02035
(800) 395 7433 (RIDE)

Amy Rossman: [email protected]
(508) 543-7892

Rodman for Kids provides comprehensive support, including fundraising and organizational resources, to youth-focused charities of all sizes—from passion projects in the incubation stage to established community youth organizations to hospital pediatric units. In addition to financial support, Rodman for Kids provides space and programs for collaboration, networking, professional development, and best practices for our Charity Partners. Rodman for Kids helps make a better future possible.

Silver Sponsors

3 Pitkin Court, Suite 102
Montpelier VT 05602

All Brains Belong VT is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) community health organization located in Montpelier, Vermont. We provide neurodiversity-affirming medical care, social connection opportunities, and community education for kids and adults. Our mission is to support the well-being and inclusion of people with all types of brains.

One Maguire Road
Lexington, MA 02421
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Aspire, a MassGeneral Hospital Program, specializes in helping children, teens and adults on the autism spectrum achieve success. Our programming is uniquely designed to help participants with Asperger profiles develop positive self-awareness, stress management and social competency skills so they can succeed at home, school, work and in community settings. Aspire is steadfast in promoting neurodiversity and inclusion across settings. 

22 Fenway, Room 407
Boston, MA 02215
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The Berklee Institute for Accessible Arts Education is a catalyst for the inclusion of disabled people in all aspects of visual and performing arts education. We provide arts education programs for people with disabilities ages 3-93, both in person and online. These include music programs, adaptive dance programs, and a theater program. We provide professional development for educators, including an annual symposium and an annual conference. We also offer two graduate programs in accessible music education, designed for working teachers.

1040 Whalley Ave.
New Haven, CT 06515
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Chapel Haven Schleifer Center is a nationally accredited transitional living program and approved private special education school with a mission of empowering adults (18+) with developmental and social disabilities to live independent and self-determined lives.

We offer residential programs in New Haven, Connecticut, as well as day programs, recreation, vocational training, and other supports both for graduates of our programs and for non-CHSC adults who are seeking services.

40 Main St, Suite 3,
Lee, MA 01238
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CIP is a private transition program empowering young adults with autism and learning differences to find success. We’ve been helping young adults on the spectrum and with learning differences find success in college, employment, and independent living in our centers across the US since 1984. 

CIP operates five Centers across the US offering summer and year-round programs, two in California, one in Indiana, one in Florida, and our flagship in Massachusetts.

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