Monthly Archives: November 2012

January 2013 – First UK conference on the education of children born pre-term

Please note that this is not an Autism Centre event On 31 January 2013, SSAT’s national forum for neuroscience in special education is hosting the first UK conference on the education of children born pre-term. The conference, ‘The learning and … Continue reading

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Postponement of Deborah Youdell’s seminar Thursday 29th November

Deborah Youdell seminar Thursday 29th November   Apologies. Due to unavoidable circumstances Deborah has had to cancel this Thursday’s seminar (29th November).  We will rearrange for a date later in the year.  

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Interesting academic seminar at Sheffield Hallam Thursday 29th November 4.30-6.00pm

Although not directly focused upon autism this seminar will focus on issues of equality. This will be relevant to those with an interest in academic presentation and debate. If interested in attending then please email I.chesters@shu.ac.uk Deborah Youdell   University of … Continue reading

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Government decision to abolish equality impact assessments

A message from Disability Rights UK on the Government’s decision to abolish equality impact assessments http://www.disabilityrightsuk.org/equalityimpactassessments.htm?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter Disability Rights UK is appalled at the Prime Minister’s  announcement to abolish equality impact assessments. The public sector equality  duty is an important safeguard … Continue reading

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Behaviour Conference Saturday 24th November 2012 Talbot Specialist School

Behaviour Conference  facilitated by Trevor Hawes 9.00am—1.00pm  Saturday 24th November 2012  at  Talbot Specialist School Trevor Hawes is now regarded as one of the UK’s leading experts on teaching and the learning brain and has a growing international reputation. His … Continue reading

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Asexuality awareness group

Asexuality awareness group Asexuality in this context, usually means those who are not sexually attracted to others. We are constantly bombarded about cosy couples and those relationships, with an assumption that anyone can share this. Some people may go through … Continue reading

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Seeking befrienders

The advert below comes from a lady who is looking for friends to enable greater access to social activities Autism learning experience I’m an adult with autism (female). I have a good support network, and also enjoy being a good … Continue reading

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