The Hub: Theatre 1
Listen to the experiences of autistic adults to gain direct insights into your past, present and future, in partnership with PARC.
Just some of the topics covered this year include Supporting Autistic Children and Young People with Transitions; Women with Asperger’s and Chronic Illness; Mentoring Autistic People; Hidden Hardships, Quirks and Mental Health; and Pushing Yourself and Succeeding to Your Best Potential.
The Hub: Theatre 1 has a seating capacity of 80 and sound is relayed to the audience through wireless headsets to reduce sound levels in the hall.
Places are offered on a first come, first served basis, so please arrive as early as possible before the session you wish to attend to save disappointment.
Friday 15th June 2018
The Participatory Autism Research Collective (PARC)
Dr. Damian Milton
Supporting Autistic Children and Young People with Transitions
Mentoring Autistic People
Dr. Susy Ridout
Put Yourself In My Shoes - What it's Like to be Autistic
What is Autism?
The Hidden Statistic: Women with Asperger's and Chronic Illness
My Life Living with Asperger’s
How We Got Through Those Difficult Years
Laurie Morgen and Baron George Seagrave
Mindfully Autistic - Not Just for the Moment
The Autism Abyss
Asperger’s: Hidden Hardships, Quirks and Mental Health
Saturday 16th June 2018
Growing up with Autism
Successful Life Outcomes - Pushing Yourself and Succeeding to Your Best Potential
Welcome to the Autism Jungle
A Family Like Ours
Rosie and Sharon King
The Right Click Programme
Dr. Catriona Stewart
Mind Your Head: An Autistic Girl’s Guide to the Universe
Rise of the Guerilla Aspies
Autism, Equality and the Workplace
Perceptions of Autism
Living with Autism