Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events

Upcoming Thinking Autism events

Thinking Autism KENT Roadshow:
Maidstone, Tuesday 11 December 2018

Three wonderful professional and parent speakers will be sharing their knowledge, experience, and simple nutritional tools to help improve negative autism behaviours and symptoms and make a positive difference to your child’s health and quality of life.

The Programme:

  • Nutrition for Autism, by Diana Wright
  • Tui Na massage therapy for autism, by Leonid Rozman, Tui Na Centre
  • Treating Autism is a Journey—One Family’s Story, by a parent speaker

For further details and to reserve your place visit our eventbrite page.

Thinking Autism SUNDERLAND Roadshow:
Wednesday 23 January 2019

  • Diet, Nutrition and Autism, by Paul Whiteley and Paul Shattock, ESPA Research
  • Understanding and Improving the Sensory Aspects of Autism, by Alan R Heath BSc. (Hons) Psych
  • Treating Autism is a Journey—One Family’s Story, by a parent speaker

For further details and to reserve your place visit our eventbrite page.

SAVE THE DATE!
Thinking Autism International Conference 17-19 May 2019, Central London

More details coming soon!

I have been coming to Treating Autism conferences for the last 3 years and have found these enormously helpful in terms of gathering information and developing a deeper understanding of the health issues for my child with autism. It is also useful to speak to other parents who may be at a similar stage, even though our children are all so different. 

A thoroughly informative and enjoyable experience. I have gained hugely from attending. Thank you and well done!
I felt close, as if we are in the same journey, it gave me hope.
I honestly think that TA did an incredibly impressive job this time. I have come away with a clarity and sense of empowerment. You can’t ask for more than that!
Overall an excellent conference, very well organised with terrific speakers, content and subjects. Congratulations to the Directors of TA and thank you so very much for your inspiration and example.

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