Events can be for parents and professionals who deal with children with Autism. Events like conferences, workshops get professionals and parents under one roof where they can share information, facts and get to learn various things and different approach towards children with Autism.
Here is a list of events happening around the world related to Autism.
We would love to get recommendations from you on any events for children with Autism that are not in this list. You could write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
London, England, United Kingdom
‘New Frontiers in Autism Research: Evidence-based Treatment of Medical Comorbidities’ Top researchers and medical doctors will present on novel approaches and most promising research in autism and comorbid or underlying disorders. Delegates will hear about current treatment trials, and learn about the importance of recognising and addressing co-occurring or underlying health issues, including seizures, metabolic and mitochondrial dysfunction, nutritional and gastrointestinal issues.
Queens Gate, in the historic South Kensington area
Saturday, 18th May 19 - Monday, 20th May 19
08:30 am - 04:40 pm
Derbyshire, England, United Kingdom
After winning the award for 'Best New Accessible Event' for the first Spectrum Festival in September 2018 and due to the huge demand for more than one Spectrum festival, we are proud to announce two full weekends of the Spectrum Festival in 2019. We have also taken on board some of your fantastic suggestions from the first festival to implement them for future festivals. Our main aim is to educate families, giving guidance, support and advise to all that need it, whilst providing a fun environment for everyone to enjoy themselves throughout the day. In 2017 peaksGO approached Autism East Midlands and Lea Green Development Centre with an idea to run an event which would help to raise awareness for Autism whilst helping to educate and support people that need it. The event would also allow people with Autism and other disabilities to have fun in an environment where they can truly be themselves, whilst providing parents and carers a space to relax. One of the founders of peaksGO has two young sons, both of whom have been diagnosed with Autism. By setting up peaksGO he wanted to achieve two things, to build something fun and successful that he could pass onto his children and use it as a springboard to spread the word about Autism and its many wonderful traits. All ages are welcome and you don't need an official diagnosis to attend. Simply click on the ticket link below and choose how many days you would like to join us for some fun, support and to meet with likeminded people from all over the country.
Lea Green, Lea Matlock, England
Saturday, 1st June 19 - Sunday, 2nd June 19
10:00 am - 05:00 pm
Anyone on the spectrum, Family, Care takers
David - 07398 552787 Chris - 07920 146361
Cleveland, Ohio, USA
Since its inception in 2003, Milestones’ Annual Autism Conference has strived to be a forum that would best serve the needs of professionals, families, and individuals with ASD, serving the autism community. Over the years, the conference has grown from 400 to 1,000+ attendees, with more than 90 workshops and 50 exhibitors!
One I-X Center Cleveland, OH 44135
Tuesday, 11th June 19 - Thursday, 13th June 19
07:15 am - 04:15 pm
Educators, administrators, therapists, clinicians, adult providers, medical practitioners, family members, and individuals with ASD.
The conference theme is ""Thriving with Autism"". It reflects our aspiration towards achieving quality of life for all individuals with autism and their families. This conference seeks to distil, into a few days, the progress made internationally, in development opportunities and provisions, as the Autism community enables individuals and their families to thrive and be successful in every possible way.
8 SENTOSA GATEWAY, SENTOSA ISLAND, SINGAPORE 098269
Thursday, 20th June 19 - Saturday, 22nd June 19
From 12:00 am
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