Open Forum Events are delighted to be hosting the Living Well with Autism: Beyond the Limitations conference in the heart of Manchester. This conference will confront head on what life is like in the UK for people on the autism spectrum.
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This conference will address the main issues and concerns facing the autistic community, such as diagnosis, early intervention and support. The very latest developments will be discussed, such as the SEN reforms, autism friendly communities and the government’s ‘Think Autism’ strategy. Case studies of best practice will be shared where examples of effective and innovative strategies are making a real difference to lives affected by autism.
Join us at Living Well with Autism: Beyond the Limitations where a line-up of expert speakers and contributors will discuss the key issues, highlight the very latest developments, explore innovative ideas and exchange examples of best practice.
Delegates will hear from a wide range of expert speakers across the public and private sectors, with those invited including:
- Robin Bush, Chief Executive, Wirral Autistic Society (Confirmed)
- Judith Kerem, Development Director, Caretrade Charitable Trust (Confirmed)
- Sarah-Jane Nii-Adjei, Senior Equality Improvement Officer, MIND (Confirmed)
- Ben Morris, Autism Unplugged
- Deepa Korea, Chief Executive, Research Autism (Confirmed)
- Jonathan Shephard , Autism Alliance and CEO of Autism West Midlands (Confirmed)
- Case Study: Bury College
Benefits of Attending:
- Hear what life is like living with autism in the UK
- Discover what progress is being made in improving the lives of autistic people
- Receive an update on the latest developments in diagnosis, intervention and support
- Understand how are the SEN reforms working in practice?
- How can awareness across society be raised?
If you would like to know more about this event, please click here for more details and to register your place alternatively, reply to this email and a member of the team will come back to you as soon as possible.