Tuesday 26 September 2017, Copthorne Tara Hotel, London

Join us at this one-day conference to get up to date with the latest policy and practice around support for autistic children and adults with complex needs.

This conference will focus on:

  • low arousal approaches to supporting challenging behaviour
  • differential diagnosis – distinguishing autism from other conditions
  • curriculum planning for students with complex needs
  • autism and ADHD – diagnosis and practical support
  • communication with students with severe speech and language issues
  • risk assessment and planning.

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Why attend this conference?

This is a great opportunity to build your knowledge of how to support autistic people with complex needs in both educational and adult settings.

  • Hear the UK’s leading experts provide insights into diagnosis for autistic people with comorbid conditions.
  • Discover more about how national policy is failing these individuals and what we could do to change this.
  • Learn practical strategies for teaching and communicating with autistic students with complex presentations.
  • Be inspired by first-hand accounts of the unique issues that affect autistic people who have complex support needs.
  • Network with other professionals and experts in the field.

Click here to read more about the conference.

We’re covering a wide range of topics to give you a perspective on the latest thinking across this whole field. There are different seminar streams for delegates from clinical, adult and education sectors, so you can attend the talks that best meets your training and development needs, leaving the conference motivated, informed and equipped to deliver best practice.

But hurry – our early booking rate ends on Friday 28 July, so register now to secure your place.