Let’s Talk Autism
A One Day Conference
Join us for a fantastic opportunity to learn from leading experts on autism, all handpicked for their knowledge, enthusiasm, and ability to inspire! The programme is jammed packed with in-depth knowledge updates, current information, and most importantly practical strategies and top tips, so you can make a real difference to the autistic people you support. We do hope you will join us!
Who should attend?
This professional development conference should be of interest to those supporting autistic people, particularly those working in education, health, and social care settings. Others with an interest are welcome to attend. There is a discounted fee for autistic people and their families (limited availability).
DATE: Monday 14th November 2022
TIME: 0930 – 1615
VENUE: Holiday Inn A55 Chester West Westbound A55, Northop Hall, Near Mold Flintshire, CH7 6HB
Set in the beautiful Welsh countryside, close to the border and a 15-minute drive from Chester.
COST: £199 + vat per person
(Including lunch & refreshments)
Group Bookings - Call the Medica office on 0141 638 4098 for further details.
£99 + vat per person (autistic people and their families) limited availability, book asap.
Learn with Temple Grandin who will be joining us live online from the USA. Other speakers include Geoff Evans, Jim Taylor, Simon Mosley, Wendy Thomas, Anita Morris and Willow Holloway.
Temple is one of the most accomplished and well-known autistic adults 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 autistic people. She is a unique individual that breaks the mould. Being autistic does not define or limit her potential. Her example reminds us that each person, whether they have a diagnosis or not, is unique, with talents waiting to be nurtured, so don’t miss this opportunity to hear her.