8 Weeks to go until the Autism Show 2015!
Only 8 Weeks to go until The Autism Show 2015
We would like to invite you to this year's Autism Show London which opens in just eight weeks' time. You can book your ticket today and save 20% off the door price by visiting www.autismshow.co.uk.
This year's highlights include the return of world renowned autism researcher Prof Simon Baron-Cohen, TV and radio presenter Melanie Sykes and the new Get Cycling feature.
- Hear the UK's leading autism professionals, researchers and campaigners discussing the latest news and views on the condition in the Autism Matters Theatre in partnership with Research Autism
- Find 100s of specialist products and services including learning tools, communication aids, sensory equipment, furniture, advice and support services, residential care and specialist schools
- Learn new strategies and approaches for the home and classroom in The Hub: Theatre 2
- Listen to adults on the autism spectrum speaking about their experiences, in The Hub: Theatre 1 in association with Autistic UK
- Access specialist clinicians, therapists and solicitors offering one to one advice and support on subjects ranging from challenging behaviour to legal advice on special educational needs
- Discover the benefits and methods of Lego® Therapy for children and young people with autism in the Lego® Therapy Workshop in association with St Marys Special School & College Bexhill
- Experience how it feels to have a sensory processing difficulty at school in the thought provoking Sensory Classroom created by Sensory Spectacle
- Try out a range of adapted bikes in the Get Cycling feature in association with Cycling for All
At The Autism Show you will find the largest collection of autism specific information, products and services in the UK.
Book your ticket today and save 20% off the door price by visiting
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