The Research Autism Lorna Wing series of conferences and seminars presents:
Practical Strategies for Dealing with Stress in Autism
Date: Monday 6 June 2016, 2.00 pm - 5.30 pm. Venue: Woburn House, London WC1H 9HQ
**You can read the transcript from our online Q&A with speaker Joe Powell here**
This new half day seminar aims to explore the impact of stress and anxiety in autism and to discuss ways to equip autistic people, families and professionals with the tools to identify and deal with it. High levels of stress and anxiety are known to be a major factor in determining quality of life and other outcomes in individuals and families affected by autism and it is important to understand the nature of this, and how it can be prevented and effectively managed.
The seminar will focus on the underlying theories of stress in autism, and will include a first hand account, and practical strategies.
Join us for the first event of this kind for Research Autism. Hear from three expert speakers, join in the discussions and debates, and put your questions forward.
For health, social care, and education professionals, parents/carers, and people on the autism spectrum.
Download the programme here.
Dr Catriona Stewart, Chair of Scottish Women's Autism Network (SWAN) and autism advisor
Professionals and paid carers:
People with autism, parents and carers:
Woburn House is in the prime but tranquil location of Tavistock Square, Central London. The venue is just short walk from Euston station, as well as Euston Square, Russell Square, and St Pancras International. There are many options if travelling by bus too.
Woburn House is a fully accessible building.