The proposal that Dr. Liz Milne and Jonathan Drury worked on is above in poster form. It was displayed in Glasgow at the Scottish Autism 2018 conference, ‘Innovation in Practice; the Future is Calling’. We believe Bohm Dialogue offers a brand new, truly participatory framework for different kinds of autism research. This particular proposal has two aims that we feel encompass a general approach; well-being and cohesion. It has not yet received funding and so our 2018 Autism Dialogue programme (AD18) was not, nor was intended as, a formal research study. We still await partners and funding. Participatory work is a highly specialist area and our community is in the embryonic stage, it includes a growing team of researchers who believe Bohm Dialogue can work alone as a practice or alongside other current models in different research studies.
The hi-res version is here in PDF.