At the beginning of March one of Roundabout’s dramatherapists attended The National Autistic Society’s Professional Conference which focused this yearon Innovative Approaches to Support and Intervention.
She describes some of her highlights below:
The NAS conference 2015 was a fantastic event with lots exciting research and insights into ASD.
Highlights included Jennifer O’Toole’s (Creator Asperkids LLC) dazzling talk about her experiences as an ‘Aspie’ Mum and her wisdom on identifying girls on the spectrum. custodia samsung galaxy 3 neo Most importantly the importance of being theatrical and creative around understanding ASD! A brilliant blend of heart warming faith and hands on top tips! Find out more at
Heather Moran (Director at Training Connector and Clinical Psychologist, Coventry and Warwickshire NHS PT) gave an excellent account on her research into the difference between those with attachment problems and ASD. custodia flip galaxy j5 2017 Check out ‘The Coventry Grid’ to learn more.
Gina Davis ( Specialist Speech and Language Therapist and Sleep Counsellor) shared helpful video research on the importance of being playful! Lots of very touching and hopeful and findings,very clear and accessible. samsung galaxy s8 custodia libro www.ginadavies.co.uk
Finally Steve Silberman shared his discoveries into the evolution of ASD. custodia originale samsung a3 2016 Highlights included his findings into Hans Asperger’s bespoke programmes of activity for people with ASD.