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Apply for INSAR Annual Meeting Travel Grant
*ASF will not be providing travel grants to the 2018 INSAR Annual Meeting in Rotterdam. We will provide grants to future meetings.*
ASF will be accepting applications for the 2019 INSAR Annual Meeting Travel Grants starting February 1, 2019.
Each year ASF accepts applications for travel grants to send a limited number of parents of children with autism, individuals with autism, special education teachers and other stakeholders to attend the INSAR Annual Meeting (formerly IMFAR). The 2019 conference will be held in Palais des congres de Montreal, Canada from May 1-4.
Grant recipients receive up to $1,000, which is applied to expenses including registration, travel, accommodations and meals. The grant may also be applied to directly related expenses, including childcare or special accommodations to enable individuals with autism to participate. Grantees are responsible for obtaining international travel documents.
During the conference, grantees are asked to participate in ASF-related activities at the INSAR Annual Meeting including a group photo and social media promotion. Full details will be shared prior to the conference. Grantees must submit the original receipts for reimbursement and are expected to submit completed travel expense forms within 15 days of return from the INSAR Annual Meeting . After attending the INSAR Annual Meeting , grantees are asked to share what they learned with their community to further autism research. Grantees are asked to send to ASF a short write-up plus photos or a video of their activity within six months of their return from the INSAR Annual Meeting .
To apply, send a letter to email@example.com describing why you want to attend INSAR Annual Meeting and explaining how you would share what you learn there with the broader autism community. Letters should be sent as Microsoft Word attachments of no more than 2 pages, 12-point type, “Arial” font, with standard margins. In the subject line please write: INSAR Annual Meeting Travel Grant. Letters must be received by [TBA]. Past recipients have included individuals with autism, parents of children with autism, siblings of individuals with autism, special & regular education teachers, graduate and undergraduate students, post doctoral fellows, journalists, and others to attend and participate in the conference. Grants are awarded only to US residents over 18 years of age.
Recipients will be announced in late March.
- Sierra Brown
- Karen Chenausky
- Scott Jackson
- Georgina Perez Liz
- Priyanka Shah