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Autism & girls; developing an integrated approach through lived experience.

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The Glynne Arms

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Hawarden

CH5 3NS

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This unique event will increase knowledge from recent research regarding autistic girls and feature the lived experiences of a young woman.

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Drawing from this newly published book chapter (ow.ly/4ZDs30pof6s)

Morewood, G., Tomlinson, C. & Bond, C. (2019) Meeting the needs of autistic girls at secondary school. In Hebron, J. & Bond, C (Eds). Educating girls on the autism spectrum: developing an integrated approach. London. Jessica Kingsley.

& 25 years of practical experience, Gareth D Morewood is hosting this new and unique one-day event.

Additionally, powerful first hand experiences from Ellen* and her mother make this event a truly unique opportunity for delegates to understand research, strategy and lived experience.

Ellen* has written two blogs about her experiences to date:

https://blog.optimus-education.com/becoming-adult-autism

https://blog.optimus-education.com/transition-adulthood-moving-school-college

and will also be able to answer questions on the day as part of a structured Q & A session.

*Ellen is not her real name and was a student when Gareth was SENCo for 5 years prior to starting college in 2018.

Delegates will also receive a copy of the book Hebron, J. & Bond, C (Eds). Educating girls on the autism spectrum: developing an integrated approach. London. Jessica Kingsley. included in the ticket price.

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