Council for Exceptional Children Ch. 99
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Click to view/download our  CEC Ch. 99 2018-2019  Program  with all of our current upcoming conferences. 

Many benefits are provided to CEC members, including discounts on attendance at workshops, attendance at the ICEC and CEC convention, ongoing information about what is happening, and other news.  

If you join at a meeting, you receive a $10 rebate from Chapter 99.

If you are a student and join at a meeting you receive a discount of $30.  

You can join at one of our meetings or you can go online to the CEC membership site at:

For a limited time only, register for all upcoming 2018/2019 conferences by clicking below!
Upcoming CEC Conferences (2018-2019)
 Thursday, September 13th, 2018 at 4:30pm @ Hamilton's Banquet Hall
 "Success for Individuals with Autism"  presented by Barbara T. Doyle
Barbara is a nationally known, dynamic speaker who builds awareness of the
needs of individuals with autism. 



Tuesday, October 18th, 2018 at 4:30pm @ Hamilton's Banquet Hall
Vision, Reading, Learning, and Digital Eye Strain
presented by Dr. Timothy Cundiff  
Cundiff works with students withreading challenges and those with vision
problems related to computer use.


Tuesday, November 13th, 2018 at 4:30pm @ Hamilton's Banquet Hall
You Can’t Make Me: Working with Children with Oppositional
Defiant Disorders” presented by Bev Johns
Johns is an educational consultant, author of 23 books with over 33 years of
experience working with students.


Monday, February 11th, 2019 at 4:30pm @ Hamilton's Banquet Hall
"The World of Possibilities with Universal Design of Learning:
Making Accommodations for All Abilities
presented by Jan Williams
Williams is a doctoral student, a former special and general educator, and
president of the CEC Ch. 99.


Tuesday, March 12th, 2019 at 4:30pm @ Hamilton's Banquet Hall
"Disconnect the Buttons that Students and Other Staff
​Sometimes Push
presented by Debra Helton
Helton will be discussing  the science behind neurochemical reactions, teacher
biases, personality characteristics, and non-verbal behaviorist.



Tuesday, April 30, 2019 at 6:00pm @ Hamilton's Banquet Hall
CEC Chapter 99 Awards Banquet 
Join us at our annual awards banquet!