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Scottish Society for Autism conference - Sat. 6th May 2006
  • jelv
    Posts: 185
    Sorry for the short notice - just picked this up from another post. Phil Christie of the Elizabeth Newson Centre is giving a presentation at this conference.

    http://www.autism-in-scotland.org.uk/training/NationalConference2006.shtml

    National Conference 2006

    Defining Diversity – Embracing Difference

    An informative and stimulating conference for parents, carers and professionals involved in Autism Spectrum Disorder throughout Scotland.

    Date:

    * Saturday 6th May 2006

    Venue:

    * Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh

    Guest Speakers:

    Please click on the links below to find out more about each of the guest speakers and their presentations.

    Presentation 1 - AUTISM AND QUALITATIVE DIFFERENCES

    * Theo Peeters, Opleidingscentrum Autisme, Antwerpen, Belgium

    Presentation 2 - THE DISTINCTIVE NEEDS OF CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE WITH PATHOLOGICAL DEMAND AVOIDANCE SYNDROME

    * Phil Christie, Elizabeth Newton Centre, Nottingham


    Presentation 3 - THE THINKING STYLE OF PERSONS WITH AUTISM – PERVASIVE CONSEQUENCES IN DAILY LIFE SITUATIONS

    * Hilde De Clercq, Opleidingscentrum Autisme, Antwerpen, Belgium
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