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Our conferences provide a crucial platform for greater collaboration, helping autism professionals to share information and best practice. We have an excellent reputation for our high-quality events and, as autism experts, we bring the same expertise to all our conferences and events.
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Everything you need to know

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Offenders conference

Discover strategies for working with offenders with learning difficulties at our 18th International Conference. 

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Gender and sexuality

Explore the relationship between autism, gender and sexuality in this one-day conference.

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Autism and Adulthood

Our speakers discuss topics surrounding autism and adulthood, including employment, ageing and well-being. 

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Women and Girls 2019

Why do so many autistic women remain undiagnosed? Hear from experts at our 2019 Women and Girls conference. 

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Autism and Mental Health

Discover new tools and strategies and explore the connection between autism and mental health. 

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Co-occurring Conditions Conference

Explore co-occurring conditions, including learning difficulties and mental illnesses. 

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Pathological Demand Avoidance Conference

Find out more about PDA and discover new coping strategies. 

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Exhibition and sponsorship

You could promote your organisation, service or product to an audience of smart professionals.
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Contact us

Do you need to ask us something about one of our conferences? Here's how to drop us a line.
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Register your details to be the first to hear about forthcoming NAS conferences. Let us know the topics you are interested in. 
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Last updated: 11/03/2019 14:32:46