Listings in Speakers on Autism

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Llanbadarn Fawr, Ceredigion, Wales SY23 3SZ, United Kingdom
We are passionate about what we do at Enfys, sharing strategies, creating empathy and understanding about individuals on the autism spectrum. We provide in-house and online training to individuals, educational settings and organisations.
4 The Courtyard, Clare Park Farm, Crondall, Hampshire, England GU10 5DT, United Kingdom
Supports children, young people and their families through appropriate assessment and interventions through bespoke, creative and flexible approaches We continue to offer online services, including Tribunal Assessments, even after Lockdown
Unit 21, Business Development Centre, Treforest Pontypridd, Pontypridd, Wales CF37 5UR, United Kingdom
Online directory of help, support and resources for individuals, families and professionals living and working with autism. Also provide support, advocacy & coaching for adults with autism, promote speakers and provide training in autism awareness.
Douglas Way, London, Halesworth, London, England IP19 0BL, United Kingdom
Autism training from a autistic person who has experience of mentoring and research.
17 Wisteria Close, Rushden, Rushden, England NN10 0XJ, United Kingdom
Autistic training ,advocacy and public speaking from a late diagnosed autistic person, parent of 2 adult children with autism and co-morbid conditions, with 13 years' experience in health and social care. Find me on Linkedin, Facebook & Twitter
Alex Lowery speaks about autism
Alex Lowery speaks about autism
Dee Villa, Holway Road, Holywell, Flintshire, Wales CH8 7NN, United Kingdom
Alex is autistic, diagnosed at four. As a child Alex found the world a horrifying place. Alex uses his experience to provide real world training. - See more at:
The Curly Hair Project
The Curly Hair Project
London, England, United Kingdom
Dean Beadle Public Speaker
, United Kingdom
Public speaker who speaks at conferences, inset days, seminars and events across the UK about personal experiences with Aspergers. At the vast majority of conferences and events I speak at, there is a scheduled question and answer session...
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