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Express Autism Conference 26th March 2020

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Glenmore House

6 The Crescent

Surbiton

KT6 4BN

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EXPRESS AUTISM CONFERENCE

26th March 2020: Glenmore House


On Thursday 26th March we are holding our 8th annual Autism Conference, 10:00am - 3:00pm at Glenmore House in Surbiton including talks, information stalls. Glenmore House is a 1 minute walk from Surbiton station, well served by buslinks and there is free onsite parking.


Registration from 9:45am First talk 10am. Each talk will include time for Q&A.
09.45am-10.00am Registration Tea/coffee & biscuits
10.00am-10.10am Express CIC Introduction
10.15am-11.30am Dean Beadle - Autism, education and me
11.30am-12.00pm Tea/coffee & biscuits
12.00pm-13.15pm Helen Ralston & Hannah Clements - Flourishing at school: Promoting the well-being and mental health of our whole school community
13.15pm-13.45pm Light Lunch
13.45pm-15.00pm Amy Walker - Neurodiversity in work, reasonable adjustments & benefits of creative differences


DEAN BEADLE - Autism, education & me

Dean Beadle is public speaker and singer who shares his experiences of life as an autistic person and is also a former journalist and patron and honorary president to several autism charities.


HELEN RALSTON & HANNAH CLEMENTS - Flourishing at school: Promoting the well-being and mental health of our whole school community

Helen Ralston trained to teach English, enjoying a range of learning and teaching roles both in the UK and abroad. Helen was a senior leader in a secondary mainstream before moving to become a Deputy Head Teacher & then Headteacher at The Rise School in Feltham for pupils between 5-19 with autism.

Hannah Clements has worked in autism education for over 20 years, in both mainstream and special educational school settings, training staff to enable them to provide teaching environments that enable pupils with Autism to thrive and achieve their potential, both academically and socially.


AMY WALKER - Neurodiversity in work, reasonable adjustments & the benefits of creative differences

Amy Walker is a neurodivergent and disabled Changemaker, with diagnosis’ including autism, dyslexia and dyspraxia, who works as Inclusion and Diversity Coordinator at GroupM. She runs Neurodiversity Works, a campaign and hub for neurodiversity friendly employment, which she set up as part of the Scope for Change disability campaigning training scheme.


Tea, coffee, biscuits and a light lunch will be provided all included in your ticket price. Please let us know of any dietary requirements.


Please do book your tickets as soon as possible to take advantage of our EARLY BIRD rate during February. As per previous events we will be operating a reserve list.

We very much hope to see many of you there.

Express CIC - 'creating a hub in the heart of the community, supporting young people on the autism spectrum and their families, a place for everyone'

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*The contents and views of the speakers are not necessarily endorsed by Express but are provided for your information only.

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