Autism: A Morning of Sharing
  • Room 605, Rolle Building

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Disability Services at the University are holding a morning of short talks on different aspects of autism together with the opportunity to meet other professionals who share an interest in this field (and have a cup of tea!). 

Themes for the talks include: 

  • women with autism
  • the diagnostic pathway
  • technology and isolation
  • support in Plymouth
  • misdiagnosis and mental health. 

A final programme will be issued nearer the time.

We are extending our invitation to interested members of staff and postgraduate students, as well as colleagues local to Plymouth whose work requires them to obtain more knowledge of autism.

Please book your free place via the above link or contact ds@plymouth.ac.uk for more information.

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