Why register online?
You can register when and where is most convenient to you. You can register for events as a guest but if you create an account, the system will remember your contact information and you can login to see your past online registration information, including event titles, dates and costs. Click here to create a free ACT account.
I didn’t get an email confirmation
- Check your “trash” or “junk mail” folders.
- Add firstname.lastname@example.org as a safe sender or allowed sender to your email program.
I forgot or don’t know my username/password
- Head to the account page
- Click the Lost your password? link
- Enter your username or email address and press Reset Password
- Monitor your email inbox for an email with further instructions
Receipts will be emailed to the email address provided within three working days of registration. If you do not receive your receipt, please check your junk mail first, and if not found, contact ACT at email@example.com
To retrieve an invoice for events held prior to November 2014, login at www.actcommunity.ca/amember before January 15, 2015. You may also contact ACT at 604-205-5467, 1-866-939-5188 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Is this event suitable for me?
The details page for each event has a full description of the event, and summarizes the approximate experience level expected, approach and focus for each event. If you are unsure if an event will suit your needs, please call the office at 604-205-5467 or 1-866-939-5188.
Can I bring my child?
Please note that these events are not suitable for children or preteens – please arrange child care so that you can devote your attention to the event.
If you would like to bring a young teen to an event, please contact ACT to see whether this will be a good fit for a young registrant.
If you are unsure which registration category you belong to, consult the lists below. If your designation is not listed, and you are still unsure, please contact ACT.
- Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP)
- Occupational Therapist (OT)
- Behavior Consultant (BC)
- Physical Therapist (PT)
- Medical Professionals
- Dietitian or Nutritionist
- Registered Clinical Counselors
- Teaching Professionals (primary, secondary and post-secondary schools)
- Supported Child Development Consultants
- Infant Development Consultants
- Social Workers
- Special Educational Assistants (SEA)
- Job Coaches
- Early Childhood Educators
- Behavior Interventionist (BI)
- Child & Youth Worker
- Respite Providers
- Family Support Workers
To qualify for the student rate, you should be a current full-time student. You may be asked to provide proof of student status.
ACT’s goal is to deliver cost effective training to family members, para-professionals and professionals who live and work with kids with autism. ACT benefits from favorable rates for conference facilities from Simon Fraser University’s Vancouver Campus.
ACT seeks funding and sponsorship to help with the additional costs of travelling outside the lower mainland. If you have ideas for sponsorship, please contact ACT at email@example.com
Getting to the venue
Parking is expensive in downtown Vancouver, however the SFU Vancouver Campus vanue is very accessible by public transit. Contact Translink for directions and schedules for the West Coast Express, Skytrain, Seabus and bus routes.
If you are travelling from out of town, we list hotels that offer ACT a preferred rate.
Certificate of Attendance
ACT provides a Certificate of Attendance for attendees each event. They will be emailed to attendees the week following the event.
ACT events rely on volunteers to assist with the registration table, set-up and clean-up. If you would like to volunteer, please see here for more information.
ACT is grateful to sponsorship that helps keep registration costs low, and for ACT to travel outside the lower mainland. You can review past sponsors on our donations page.