Autism Show - June to July 2016
London ExCeL, 17-18 June 2016
Birmingham NEC, 24-25 June 2016
Manchester EventCity, 1-2 July 2016
For the second year running, The Autism Show visited three locations - London, Birmingham and Manchester. The Autism Show is for the growing community of parents, carers, professionals and individuals on the autism spectrum who all too often don't know where to turn for answers. The shows in 2015 attracted over 10,000 people searching for the latest information, advice, and networking opportunities.
We were delighted to partner once again with The Autism Show to deliver the Autism Matters Theatre, a seminar programme featuring autistic speakers, researchers, practitioners, plus some high-profile figures.
The Autism Matters Theatre London speakers and presentations:
- Carol Povey, Director of the Centre for Autism at The National Autistic Society: 'Updates and initiatives: a round up of current issues in autism research, policy and practice'
- Angela Stanton-Greenwood, TCI Consultant to Cornell University, USA: 'So how does positive behaviour support improve my quality of life?'
- Bernard Fleming, Information Manager at Research Autism: 'How to choose the right autism interventions.'
- Sarah Wild, Headteacher, and pupils from Limpsfield Grange School: 'Autism and girls.'
- Dr Ian Ragan, NAP Director, Neuropharmacologist and Biomedical Consultant: 'The National Autism Project - cost-effectiveness in autism interventions'
- Dr Juli Crocombe, Consultant Forensic Psychiatrist in Neurodevelopmental Disorders at St Andrew's and Chair of the Advisory Board to the All Party Parliamentary Group on Autism: 'Understanding offending behaviour in people with ASD'
- Geoffrey Maddrell OBE, Chairman of Research Autism: 'Updates and initiatives: a round up of current issues in autism research, policy and practice'
- Simon Humphreys, Autism Specialist Architect: 'Autism and architecture'
- Willard Wigan MBE, micro-sculptor on the autism spectrum: 'From school humiliation to internationally acclaimed artist'
- Dr James Cusack, Research Director at Autistica: 'The top ten autism research questions according to autistic adults, families and clinicans'
- Jonathan Andrews, Autism Consultant, Future Trainee Solicitor and member of the Westminster Autism Commission: 'Managing PDA in the workplace: difficulties, coping strategies, and opportunities'
- Barry Sheerman MP, MP for Huddersfield and Founder of the Westminster Commission on Autism: 'The Westminster Commission on Autism'
The Autism Matters Theatre Birmingham additional speakers and presentations:
- Dr Glenys Jones, Chartered Psychologist and researcher in the Autism Centre for Education and Research (ACER) at the School of Education, University of Birmingham: 'Autism through the lifespan: what makes a difference?'
- Robyn Steward, Autism Trainer, and Author: 'Life on the national autism programme board - a personal perspective'
- Dr Liz Hurley, Research and Autism Information Officer at Autism West Midlands: 'Women and girls with autism – past, present and future'
- Richard Mills, Research Director at Research Autism: 'Updates and initiatives: a round up of current issues in autism research, policy and practice'
- Dr Caroline Richards, Research Fellow and Clinical Psychologist, University of Birmingham: 'Sleep in children with neurodevelopment disorders'
- Carrie and David Grant, TV presenters and parents of two autistic daughters: 'Our experiences of autism'
The Autism Matters Theatre Manchester additional speakers and presentations:
Please note - where you cannot click on a link to a presentation this is because the speaker did not use slides or we do not have permission to publish them.
If you are looking for presentations from the Hub Theatres 1 and 2, these are available upon request. Please email Anoushka at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information visit The Autism Show website.
- 25 Oct 2017