The National Autistic Society (NAS), UK is organising a conference that focuses on discussing the types of technology available and how it can support autistic individuals as well as the professionals who work with them.
The conference will feature a set of three interactive seminar streams to choose from:
Besides, the keynote speaker, Dr. Alyssa Alcorn will provide insights into the present and future status of technologies for autism – “Where are we now, and where can we go?”
More details about the seminars and speakers can be found on the conference main programme.
When and Where
The conference will take place on the 13th of June 2017 in Manchester, UK, at the Manchester Renaissance hotel.
The conference is primarily geared toward autism practitioners and community members, rather than academic researchers, though all are welcome.
Registration and Fees
Thanks to thanks the NAS events team, and the Centre for Research in Autism and Education, UCL, you can receive a 10% “friends and colleagues” discount on standard registration with the code ‘CRAE‘. Also, there are lower registration rates available for NAS members and autistic individuals, or their carers/parents.
More details about the conference fees can be found here.
with special thanks to Alyssa Alcorn