Autism Network Scotland and the National Autism Coordination Project are involved in a number of events taking place across Scotland.  Below, you will find a list of event web pages, which include presentations, resources and videos where available.

Emma Hanley, Autism Network Scotland

2017

The Scottish Strategy for Autism Fifth Annual Conference, January 16

 

2016

Women and Girls Evening Event – From Cygnet to Swan, October 4

Autism and Employment Event, September 27

Autism Lead Officers and Support Providers Collaboratives, September 14

Education Good Practice Event – NES & Autism Network Scotland, March 28

 

2015

NHS Education for Scotland Good Practice Symposium on Adapting Interventions for Autism, December 9

Scottish Strategy for Autism Fourth Annual Conference, December 8

Health and Wellbeing for Women and Girls on the Autism Spectrum, October 28

Autism and Employment Event, October 5

Autism Strategy Collaborative: Business Meeting and Development Workshop, September 25

Providers and Commissioners Collaborative: Service Design, August 25

The Autism Strategy: Listening to Community, May 20

Engage Week: Providers and Commissioners Event, May 5

Autism Strategy Collaborative: Out of Area and Complex Care, April 29

Women, Girls and the Autism Spectrum, April 27

Autism Strategy Collaborative: Business Meeting and Workshop, January 19

The Autism Network Scotland Team

2014

The Scottish Strategy for Autism Third Annual Conference, December 3

Action on Autism Research Series: What Does Scotland Need? November 7

Action on Autism Research Series: Seminar 4, June 9 and 10

Action on Autism Research Series: Seminar 3, April 28 and 29

Action on Autism Research Series: Seminar 2, February 4 and 5

 

ALIC

2013

Action on Autism Research Series: Seminar 1, November 26 and 27

Supporting People with Autism into Employment, 24 October

A Learning Event: Developing a Local Autism Strategy – Collaboration, Capacity Building & Co-production, 28 August

A Learning Event: Tackling Transition, 11 June

The National Autism Mapping Project Learning Event: A Case of Co-ordination, 18 March