Temple Talks Autism 2019
Join us for this fantastic opportunity to learn with Dr Temple Grandin the most accomplished and wellknown adult with autism in the world. The story of her life was made into a Emmy Award winning film played by Hollywood actress Claire Danes.
Today she is the face of autism, a renowned professor of animal science at Colorado State University, bestselling author and international speaker on her pioneering work on animal welfare and on autism helping professionals and parents understand how to best support individuals with ASD.
She is a unique individual that breaks the mold. Her autism does not define or limit her potential. Her example reminds us that each person, whether they have a diagnosis of ASD or not, is unique, with talents waiting to be nurtured.
This is the only date in 2019 Temple will be in Scotland, so don’t miss this opportunity!
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Why you can’t miss this event
This event should be of interest to all professionals supporting autistic children, young people and adults, as well as autistic individuals themselves & their parents/guardians. All others with an interest welcome to attend.
• Learn from the world’s leading expert on Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD)
• Gain knowledge updates, practical strategies and tips
• Change the way you think about Autism
• Certificates of Attendance
• Network with others
• Be inspired!
Let’s Talk Autism & Work – 15th May 2019, 3.00pm – 5:00pm
This exciting free event is for autistic young people and adults, and their friends, family members, employers and those from further education and universities to come together and talk about work and autism. Attendees will hear about graduate level job opportunities and gain some unique insights from Dr Temple Grandin.
If you know a graduate or group of graduates who you think would benefit from attending, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0141 638 4098.
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- Cancellations must be made in writing. A refund less an administration charge of £25 will be given to cancellations received before the date stated 15th February 2019 . After this date the full fee is payable, regardless if the delegate attends on the day or not. Substitutions can be made, if we are notified up to 3 days before the event.
- The organisers reserve the right to change the programme, speakers and venue as required.
- In the unlikely event that we have to cancel the event we will issue a refund for the registration fee. We are not responsible for any other costs incurred. Please visit our website at www.medicacpd.com for full terms and conditions
08.45 – 09.35am
09.35 – 09.40am
Welcome and Opening Remarks from the Event Chair
– Jim Taylor, Director, Knows Autism
09.40 – 10.35am
How & Why People with Autism Think Differently
– Dr Temple Grandin
Temple will share with you her remarkable and inspiring story and provide her own unique “insiders” perspective what it feels like to have autism and why people with autism think differently, backed up with research.
10.35 – 10.45am
10.45 – 11.05am
‘Twit Twoo’ – Case Study of Inspiration
Anita Morris, Psychologist, and Director of Hack Back CiC and her feathered friends reach out to help people with Autism.
11.05 – 11.10am
11.10 – 11.45am
Refreshment Break and Exhibitors
11.45 – 12.20pm
An Interview Conversation with Dr Grandin
Dr Joshua Muggleton, Clinical Psychologist, and Dr Temple Grandin in conversation followed by open questions
12.20 – 12.35pm
Case Study of Inspiration – J P Morgan Chase & Co. – The Autism Journey
– James R. Mahoney, Executive Director and Head of Autism at Work at JP Morgan Chase
12.35 – 12.40pm
12.40 – 12.55pm
Autism, Work and Social Enterprise
– Richard Skellett, Founder of Digital Anthropology and Future of Work Expert
12.55 – 13.00pm
13.00 – 14.05pm
Lunch and Exhibitors
14.05 – 14.10pm
Introduction to the Afternoon Session
– Jim Taylor (as above)
14.10 – 15.10pm
The Way I See It: A Personal Look at Autism & Asperger’s
– Dr Temple Grandin
Temple will get down to the REAL issues of autism, the one teachers and other professionals, parents and individuals on the spectrum face every day sharing practical strategies and tips on a variety of topics:
• How to create a learning environment to accommodate sensory challenges
• Decoding social mysteries
• Teaching people with autism to live in an unpredictable world
15.10 – 15.20pm
15.20 – 16.00pm
Music as a Window into the Autistic Mind – Case Study of Inspiration
Professor Adam Ockelford, University of Roehampton and Derek Paravicini (a remarkable young man who has achieved recognition as an international concert pianist and musical genius despite being blind and having severe learning difficulties and autism) with a truly inspirational story.
16.00 – 16.15pm
Questions and Closing Remarks by the Chair
Please Note: Temple will be available at the end of the event for a 30 min Meet & Greet Book Signing Session
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Glasgow Central
Glasgow, G2 3HN,
The hotel is in the heart of Glasgow city centre with excellent transport links