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Autism Professionals Conference 2018 – presentations

The National Autistic Society’s Autism Professionals Conference took place in March 2018. Below is a list of presentations featured in the programme, for delegates who attended and anyone else you may be interested.

Presentations

Anorexia nervosa in autistic adolescent girls and young women - William Mandy and Mair Elliott

Are we meeting their needs  - Dame Christine Lenehan

Autism and epilepsy - best practice for diagnosis and practical support - Jen Leavesley and Rohit Shankar

Claiming an identity you didn't know you had - Caroline Hearst

Developing an adult autism diagnosis tool  - Dr Barry Ingham and Stephen Patterson

Getting employment right for autistic people - the rewards are worth it - Dr Anna Remington

Getting employment right for autistic people - the rewards are worth it - Dr Emma OLeary

How can we improve people’s experiences of ATU’s - Hazel Griffiths

How can we improve people’s experiences of ATU’s - Tim Nicholls

Mental capacity and the deprivation of liberty in England - Dr Yo Dunn

Promoting participation for autistic individuals - Jack Welch

Recognising and treating anxiety in autistic children and adults - Dr Jacqui Rodgers

Social thinking - developing social compentencies - Michelle Garcia Winner

Social thinking - developing social compentencies - Michelle Garcia Winner (2)

Social Thinking's tools to foster self regulation - Michelle Garcia Winner

Supporting autistic students through the transition to university - Monique Harte

Supporting parents with their child's sleep difficulties - Freddie Adu and Caroline Bulmer

Teen life training module - Lorraine MacAlister

The impact of stigma surrounding autism in ethnic communities in the UK - Chris Papadopoulos

The impact of stigma surrounding autism in ethnic communities in the UK - Noelle Blackman

The overwhelming importance of happiness and emotional wellbeing in autistic students  - Justin Price

Thinking differently about provision for autistic children in early years and primary education - Clare Henshaw and Sara Morrissey

Thinking differently about provision for autistic children in early years and primary education - Esther Gooch

Use of technology with children with severe communication impairments and challenging behaviour - Penny Williams

What to do if conventional education isn't meeting needs - Clare Truman

What to do if conventional education isn't meeting needs - Nicky Tolley

Women and Girls training module - Lorraine MacAlister

Date added: 26 March 2018