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Welcome to 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.
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 more than 7,000 people searching for the latest information, advice, products and services on the condition.
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At The Autism Show you will find:
News and views of the UK’s leading autism professionals, researchers and campaigners in the Autism Matters Theatre, in partnership with Research Autism. Previous headline speakers have included Prof Simon Baron-Cohen, Rt Hon John Bercow MP, Jane Asher, Kathy Lette, Dame Stephanie Shirley, Janis Sharp and Carrie and David Grant
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
New strategies and approaches presented in The Hub: Theatre 2 sponsored by Hesley Group
Adults on the autism spectrum speaking about their experiences, providing insights into the needs of those you care, support or teach in The Hub: Theatre 1 sponsored by Hesley Group in association with Ask Autism
Free confidential advice provided by specialist advisors, clinicians, therapists and solicitors in the 1-2-1 Clinics on topics such as Court of Protection, Wills and Trusts, Sleeping Difficulties, Toileting Difficulties, Legal Advice on SEN, Welfare Rights, Occupational Therapy, Support Packages for Young Adults and Legal Entitlements Post 16
Innovative sensory products in the Sensory and Calm Rooms created by Mike Ayres Design and OM Interactive
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
The Autism Show offers more practical advice, support and information on autism than can found anywhere else in the UK.