Autism and Sensory Processing conference, 19 June, Cardiff

This is a one-day conference featuring the latest research in sensory processing as well as useful coping strategies for autistic individuals and the professionals who support them.

The conference, organised by The National Autistic Society, boasts interactive seminar streams which focus on key topics including the impact of sensory processing on learning, eating and sleeping.

Register by Friday 22 April 2016 to take advantage of our early booking rate.

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Also featuring:

Paul Isaacs
Dr Francesca Happé
Dr Elizabeth Shea
Richard Maguire
Key topics:

Eliminating distraction from the classroom
The impact of sensory processing on sleep and diet
The effect of sensory processing on mental health
The development of sensory processing as we age.
Who should attend?

Clinicians across the professional field, including psychiatrists, clinical psychologists, pediatricians, GPs and nurses
Occupational therapists working with people on the autism spectrum
Social workers and support workers
Education professionals from mainstream schools, special schools and local authorities
Voluntary sector groups and not-for-profit organisations
Autistic individuals and their parents, families and carers.

Read more and register.