Presenting the latest research and practice in diagnosis and support for women and girls with autism.

21 November 2017

Join us at this one-day conference to get up to date with the latest research and practice in diagnosis and support for autistic girls and women.

This conference will focus on:

  • diagnosis of autistic girls and women
  • girls’ education – teaching social skills and communication
  • anxiety, and useful coping strategies
  • how to teach about consent and staying safe online.

Take advantage of our early booking rate – register by Friday 28 July 2017 and save up to £240.

Why attend this conference?

This is a great opportunity to build your knowledge of how autism affects women and girls and how we can best support them. You will also meet fellow practitioners, researchers and autistic women themselves. 

  • hear the UK’s leading experts provide insights into diagnosis and screening for autistic girls and women
  • discover more about what support is available and what more we could do
  • learn practical strategies for teaching autistic girls social and communication skills
  • be inspired by first-hand accounts of the unique issues that affect autistic women and girls
  • network with other professionals, autistic women and experts in the field.

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. Women and girls need different support that reflects their different experience. We know you’ll leave the conference motivated, informed and equipped to deliver it.

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