Tues 17th Oct 5-8pm, at BCU, Creating a more autism friendly H.E. environment, Seacole Room 302, City South Campus.
Rooms and themes for further meetings in the New Year to be confirmed.
Tues 23rd Jan 5-8pm at BCU Seacole, City South Campus
Tues 20th March 5-8pm at BCU Seacole, City South Campus
Tues 22nd May 5-8pm at BCU Seacole, City South Campus
Tues 18th Sept 5-8pm at BCU Seacole, City South Campus
Anyone wishing to attend, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a place.
All participants who wish to arrange a parking space, please let us know asap.
On the 12th September and 17th October at Birmingham City University (South Campus) we are hoping to hold meetings which will likely be on the theme of wellbeing. Details to be confirmed.
19th September at London South Bank University – ‘Building research networks’, 4.30-7pm, K2 building, Keyworth Street, Room V211.
3rd October at London South Bank University – ‘Autism and suicidality’, 4.30-7pm, K2 building, Keyworth Street, Room V211.
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22nd November, ILEC Conference Centre, London
PARC group members will be chairing the learning disability and autism stream again at this year’s Learning Disability Today conference.
Click here to book tickets: https://www.learningdisabilitytoday.co.uk/ldt-london-2017/
8th-11th August, Northampton
Autscape is a conference with a difference. Rather than talking to a primarily non-autistic audience about autism, this conference is specifically by and for autistic people. Some of it isn’t even about autism at all! Non-autistic people are also welcome, but the environment and content of the event are centred around autistic people’s needs, interests and sensitivities.
For more information about the Autscape Conference you can visit the website: http://www.autscape.org/
10:20-13:00, 27th June, University of Birmingham
This seminar will present a number of Inclusive Curriculum projects which focus on supporting autistic students, and which have been developed with the active participation of autistic students as Project Leaders and/or Assistants. Examples of good practice from a number of UK universities will be shared, with our reflections on the lessons learnt.
Click here to visit the Birmingham website for a full programme and to book your place