When:   4–5 April 2017

Where:  Manchester Conference Centre, Manchester, UK 

Do you work with offenders with an intellectual and / or developmental disability, including autism?  Do you struggle to find time in your daily work to learn about new strategies that are available and to keep up with the research on best practice?

If so, join us at this two-day conference to discover the latest thinking from eminent international speakers, as well as learn from smaller scale research and innovations in the concurrent sessions. The conference also offers unparalleled networking opportunities for delegates from the UK and overseas.

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A 2016 conference delegate said:

 Full of useful ideas to take back to work from people in similar settings to us.

Why attend this conference?

  • Gain an overview of forensic learning disability and developmental disability services from an international perspective
  • Hear the latest thinking on legal aspects and complex needs treatment approaches – what works?
  • Discuss different models of care for effective clinical interventions
  • Improve benchmarking in forensic LD and developmental disability settings
  • Evaluate the education and training needs your team
  • Find out more about offenders with autism spectrum disorders, including Asperger syndrome 

Find out more about the conference.

Don't delay. Last year's event was our most popular yet, so book now to avoid disappointment.

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A 2016 conference delegate said:

It was great to meet and share with people
from organisations outside of the health sector e.g. Police.