cass logoSave the Date — CASS Conference in 2016!

Conference Co-chairs Terry Singleton and Kent Fleming advise newsletter readers that the CASS Board has approved the Double Tree by Hilton in Edmonton as the venue for the 14th International Conference of the Canadian Angelman Syndrome Society, scheduled for 13 to 16 July 2016.

The Registration Booklet PDF is now available to download here.

It is full of information which will allow you to start making plans to attend. It is the work of the 2016 Conference Committee made up of CASS Board Members and CASS Community Relation Committee members led by Co-Chairs, Terry Singleton and Kent Fleming.

Thank you, everyone, for helping to get the word out about your Edmonton 2016 Conference! We look forward to welcoming you to an informative and enjoyable

We are pleased to announce that CASS has contracted Alberta AdaptAbilities to provide management of the Kids’ Program at our upcoming Conference, “Prospecting for Possibilities” scheduled from 13 to 16 July 2016 in Edmonton.

Alberta AdaptAbilities Association is a registered charity that provides one of a kind programs and services that adapt everyday experiences empowering individuals with special needs to grow, succeed, and belong. They provide caring, understanding, and structured environments for children and adults with special needs.

CASS Conference organizers look forward to welcoming AS families to Edmonton this summer and believe this collaboration with Alberta AdaptAbilities will provide our AS and child delegates with the “Animal Adventures” they and their caregivers will enjoy.

Attach a one-page summary of the 3-day Alberta AdaptAbilities program. Click here to download the program.Kids_Prog_3-Day

Please stay tuned to the CASS website for News Flash Updates on this exciting event!



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