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Research Events organised by Research Autism

Upcoming Events

The Research Autism Lorna Wing series of conferences and seminars presents:

Employment and Autism

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Previous Events

Beyond Autism: What does an autism diagnosis mean?

Date: 9 - 5.30pm, Wednesday 19 October 2016. Venue: Friends' Meeting House, Manchester, M2 5NS

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Practical Strategies for Dealing with Stress in Autism

Date: 2 - 5.30pm, Monday 6 June 2016. Venue: Woburn House, Tavistock Square, London WC1H  9HQ

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Looking Forward Looking Back: The Janus View of Autism

Date: Wednesday 25 - Thursday 26 November 2015. Venue: Prince Philip House, London, SW1Y 5DG

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Creating an Autism Friendly World

Date: Wednesday 8 July, 9.00 am - 4.30 pm. Venue: Keyworth Centre, London South Bank University, SE1 6LN

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My Family and Autism

Date: Thursday 21 May 2015, 9.00 am - 4.30 pm. Venue: Holborn Bars, London, EC1N 2NQ

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Autism and Challenging Behaviour: One Person at a Time

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Autism and Challenging Behaviour: One Person at a Time

Date: Wednesday 12 November 2014, 9.00 am - 4.30 pm. Venue: Copthorne Hotel, Newcastle, NE1 3RT

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Autism and Learning Disabilities: Lessons from Research, Policy and Practice

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Autism and Learning Disabilities: Lessons from Research, Policy and Practice

Date: Tuesday 1 July 2014, 9.00 am - 4.30 pm. Venue: Hamilton House, Mabledon Place, London WC1H 9BD

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Autism in Women and Girls: Reassessing the Landscape

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Autism in Women and Girls: Reassessing the Landscape

Date: Thursday 6 March, 2014, 9.00 am - 4.30 pm. Venue: Senate House, London WC1E

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Autism Plus: Promoting Positive Mental Health and Wellbeing in Autism

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Autism Plus: Promoting Positive Mental Health and Wellbeing in Autism

Date: Wednesday 4 December 2013, 9.00 am - 4.30 pm. Venue: Senate House, London WC1E

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Stress and autism: Combating stress, lightening the load

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Stress and autism: Combating stress, lightening the load

Date: Tuesday 14 May 2013, 9.00 am - 4.30 pm. Venue: Friends House, London NW1

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Disorder or difference? Autistic experiences of school and beyond

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Disorder or difference? Autistic experiences of school and beyond

Date: Wednesday 14th November. | Venue: Central London.

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Challenging behaviour in autism - time for a new look?

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Challenging behaviour in autism - time for a new look? A national conference

Date: Wednesday 27th June 2012, 8.45am - 4.30pm | Venue: Ambassadors Hotel, London, W1

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Computers and Autism - A Blessing or a Curse?

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Computers and Autism - A Blessing or a Curse? Date: Thursday 24 November 2011 | Venue: Church House Conference Centre, Westminster, London

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The 'autisms' : important perspectives on autism

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The 'autisms' ; important perspectives on autism: The significance of medical and other co occuring conditions in autism: Implications for diagnosis, intervention and services

Date: Thursday 19th May 2011 | Venue: Church House Conference Centre, Westminster, London

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LightbulbSeeing the light .. or ticking the box?

The Research Autism Lorna Wing series of conferences and seminars present

Current developments in thinking around the concept of autism: diagnosis and implications for intervention

Date: Tuesday 2nd November 2010 | Venue: Church House Conference Centre, Westminster, London

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Autism in Women and Girls conference run by Research AutismAutism in Women and Girls

The Research Autism/Lorna Wing series of conferences and seminars presents "Autism in women and girls: implications for diagnosis, education, services, support and quality of life"

Date: Thursday, 25 February 2010. Venue: London Marriott Hotel, Marble Arch.

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Collaborative Autism Research Fora

Audience A key aim of Research Autism is to connect those affected by and interested in autism in order to improve communication, stimulate collaboration and provide momentum for research in the areas of greatest need in autism intervention. Our research fora are designed to do exactly this.

We remain focused on issues that are of particular importance to individuals with autism and their families. Our study of the NAS membership, conducted in 2005 by Richard Mills and Lorna Wing, continues to provide guidance for Research Autism as we consider our future projects including topics for research fora. Issues that affect quality of life will continue to have highest priority.

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