Conference 23.03.20: POSTPONED
We have been monitoring the rapidly changing situation with the current outbreak of COVID-19 on the run up to our annual conference.
Unfortunately, as the situation is continuing to escalate, we have made the difficult decision to postpone the Autism and Emotional Wellbeing conference on Monday 23rd March 2020.
As the situation currently stands, we are exploring options to hold the conference in the autumn, and move delegate places to this date. We will be in touch in the coming months with details of a rearranged conference date once we have liaised with the speaker and venue around availability. We would be extremely grateful for your support in waiting to hear from us during this challenging time. If you are then unable to attend the rearranged date, we will of course be organising refunds for those delegates.
We apologise for the disappointment this outcome will bring, but hope you will understand that this decision has been made with the safety and wellbeing of all delegates in mind.
We are pleased to announce details of our Conference taking place on Monday 23rd March 2020 at HG Wells Conference Centre in Woking.
Freemantles is delighted to be welcoming key-note speaker Peter Vermeulen to deliver an engaging and thought-provoking one day conference to professionals and parents.
The presentation will explore how we can increase the well-being of autistic people throughout the lifespan, from early childhood into late adulthood. We will explore ways of assessing the well-being and how to increase it, illustrated with the story of Thijs, a boy we diagnosed back in the eighties and now a happy adult. His story will show how we can move to neuroharmony, an inclusive world where autistic and non-autistic people are living in harmony.