The Autism Show, the national event for autism, dedicated to the two million people in the UK who live and work with autism on a daily basis.

Now taking place in both London and Manchester, The Autism Show is for the growing community of parents, carers, professionals and individuals on the autism spectrum who all too often don’t know where to turn for answers. The event attracts over 5,000 people searching for the latest information, advice, products and services on the condition.

At The Autism Show you will find:

Leading professionals and high profile parents discussing the latest news, research and their personal experiences in the Autism Matters Theatre, in partnership with Research Autism. Headline speakers this year include Janis Sharp, mother of Gary McKinnon, Carrie and David Grant, TV presenters and parents of two children with autism, and autism campaigner Baroness Browning.

New strategies, approaches and services discussed in The Hub in association with Witherslack Group

Individuals on the autism spectrum speaking about their experiences of living with the condition

Free confidential advice provided by specialist professionals in the 1-2-1 Clinics on topics such as Bullying, Sleeping Difficulties, Challenging Behaviour, Legal Advice on SEN, Employment, Welfare Rights, Occupational Therapy, Support Packages for Young Adults and Legal Entitlements Post 16

Inspirational performances from individuals on the autism spectrum in Autism’s Got Talent in association with Anna Kennedy Online taking place at 1pm in the Autism Matters Theatre

100s of specialist products and services including learning tools, visual aids, sensory equipment, furniture, advice and support services, residential care and education, and specialist schools

Innovative sensory products in the Sensory Room and Quiet Room created by Mike Ayres Design

Sensory Integration equipment to try out in association with Rompa

The Autism Show offers more practical advice, support and information on autism than can found anywhere else in the UK.  For more information please see link https://www.autismshow.co.uk/


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