Autism Society Puts Research Into Practice
National Autistic Society International Conference is planned to take place between 19 ad 20 of September 2008 - 20th September 2008, which aims to discuss the latest in autism spectrum disorders and offer ways for treatment.
The National Autistic Society 2008 Conference promises to provoke interesting debate, provide opportunities to hear of the latest developments and learn more about best practice in the care and education of people with autism spectrum disorders (ASDs). Taking the theme of 'Research into Practice' the conference programme combines keynote speakers, including Simon Baron-Cohen, Rita Jordan and Vilayanur Ramachandran, with seminar sessions on a range of themes from sexuality through to autism in the prison population. The conference will also be promoting the work of Research Autism.
Most importantly, delegates will have plenty of opportunities to network with others involved in autism research and discuss current issues with others living and working with autism. For further details and online bookings please go to the conference website www.nas2008.org.uk.
Speakers of the autism conference in UK are Evdokia Anagnostou, Simon Baron Cohen, Olga Bogdashina, Vilayanur Ramachandran, Michael Rutter, Stephen Shore, Rita Jordan. The conference will last two days.
Target audience for the autism conference include professionals, parents and carers, people with an autism spectrum disorders.
Also there will be another autism summit in Cleveland, Ohio taking place between the 10 and 12 of October 2008.
This is the first Autism Summit and will include the chance to: hear speakers – parent advocates, doctors, educators – address the latest issues on autism and Asperger syndrome; interact with our speakers and workshop leaders and get your questions answered; make new friends - network and share experiences with others like you; and find unique new national and local autism and Asperger syndrome resources.
Full details of the Autism summit are to be announced. The name of the website for further information is www.autismcleveland.com. The names of the providers are Autism Today and Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital.
To learn more about the autism summit please contact Autism Today, 1425, Broadway #444, Seattle, Washington 98122, tel: +1 866 928 8476, +1 866 9AUTISM.