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Upcoming Events

Due to Covid-19, all events listed below will now take place ONLINE.

Our autism training events are designed and delivered by people who are all highly experienced in ASD. They have lived with it, so they really know what autism is like. Our events run all over the country and cover a variety of topics including: dealing with autism in everyday life, autism in adulthood, strategies for living with autism and autism and mental health. We also have a range of webinars that you can access from wherever you are in the world!

  • 5* reviews
  • Watch our award-winning animated films
  • Suitable for autistic adults (with or without a diagnosis)
  • Suitable for parents
  • Suitable for professional people working with autistic adults or autistic children
  • Suitable for teenagers and young people
  • Aimed at supporting boys as well as girls
  • Receive a certificate of attendance

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Our Trainers

We have a small team of dedicated and experienced Trainers – all with real-life experience of living or working closely with people with autism.

Our Training

We have a large variety of autism training courses available, as well as the ability to create bespoke material. Our events cater to people of all backgrounds, from people without a diagnosis, newly diagnosed adults, parents, grandparents to teachers and health professionals.

For more information and how to book on one of our autism events, please click the individual links or contact us.

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