We’re delighted to be exhibiting at this years national Autism Show in Birmingham on the 23-24 June.
If you’re looking for information and direction pre or post-diagnosis, face daily challenges, or are approaching significant transition points, then The Autism Show can help you.
Our wonderful team of experts will be on stand B15 offering advice and support.
Our Director of Wellbeing, Strategy & Collaboration, Michael Fullerton, with Health & Sports Ambassador for Unity Stephen, will be speaking on Coproduction & Kindness, a wonderful combination. Stephen and Michael work together to focus on the health and wellbeing of people with learning disabilities and autistic people. In this session, they will talk about supporting people to flourish in their lives, with kindness, compassion and coproduction at the heart of excellent support. Stephen is autistic and draws on social care support; Michael is a learning disability nurse working within a social care organisation. They will speak at 10:20am in Hub Theatre 2 on Saturday, the 24th.
Want to know more about our autism-specific support?
We’re proud of our unique approach to autism support.
We have over 25 years’ experience in supporting young people and their families as they plan the transition from children’s to adult services. We have put together a Transition Guide to help families to navigate the journey.
You can also find out more about our support and accommodation options for autistic adults here.