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Stress in Autism - Half Day Seminar Launched

Thursday, 24 Mar 2016

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This new half-day seminar aims to explore the impact of stress and anxiety in autism and to discuss ways to equip autistic people, families and professionals with the tools to identify and deal with it.

High levels of stress and anxiety are known to be a major factor in determining quality of life and other outcomes in individuals and families affected by autism and it is important to understand the nature of this, and how it can be prevented and effectively managed.

This seminar will focus on the underlying theories of stress in autism, and will include a first-hand account, and practical strategies.

Who should attend: health, social care, and education professionals, parents/carers, and people on the autism spectrum.
 
Speakers:
 
Richard Mills
Research Director at Research Autism, and Honorary Research Fellow in the Department of Psychology, University of Bath
 
Joe Powell
Director of All Wales People First, a national learning disabilities advocacy group, diagnosed with Asperger syndrome at age 20
 
Dr Mark Wetherell
Reader in Psychobiology and Health Psychology at Northumbria University
 
For further information visit the website. Note there are limited spaces available for this event. Book now and save over 20%.

See feedback from recent conference attendees plus reasons to attend here on the website.
 
Rates and Booking:

Professionals and paid carers:
 
  • Earlybird rate: £105 [closing Friday 29 April]
  • Friends of Research Autism rate: £115
  • Standard rate: £125
People with autism and parents/carers:
 
  • Earlybird rate: £60 [closing Friday 29 April]
  • Friends of Research Autism rate: £70
  • Standard rate: £80
To book visit the website and fill out the online form or return the downloadable booking form. If you have any questions email Anoushka at events@researchautism.net.
 

Research Autism is the only UK charity exclusively dedicated to research into interventions in autism.

They commission, carry out and support high quality, independent research into new and existing health, education, social and other interventions.

Email: info@researchautism.net Website: www.researchautism.net
 






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