The Scottish Strategy for Autism Seventh Annual Conference
Tuesday 26th March 2019
Technology & Innovation Centre
University of Strathclyde
9:00am – 4:30pm
We are delighted to invite you to register for this year’s conference, the theme being post-diagnostic support.
The conference is principally intended to disseminate good autism practice and to be of benefit to professionals. However, autistic individuals and families are also welcome to attend.
By the end of the day delegates will:
- have heard from the Minister for Mental Health about the impact that she intends the autism policy to make in the next and final two years of implementation.
- learn about a number of new initiatives that will be launched at the event, including a public awareness campaign.
- learn more about the work of the newly formed National Diagnostic Improvement Team.
- participate in two relevant workshops of your choice and help inform the development of a national post diagnostic support resource.
- have the opportunity to sign up to a commitment board to actively participate in making the changes we need.
- take time to engage with exhibitors in the marketplace which will include national charities, Inspiring Scotland and some local examples of innovative practice that is making a positive difference in people’s lives.
A full programme will be available shortly.
The conference is FREE to attend.
We advise registering early as due to venue capacity, numbers will be restricted. To register please click here. We will contact you to let you know if we have been able to reserve your place. A waiting list will also be implemented.
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