Autism Dialogue Programme. Sheffield 2018

Autism Dialogue Network Programme 2018.  #AD18

Our venue for the 2018 series

The dates for our 2018 Sheffield Autism Dialogue programme are:

Block 1 – Autistic and non-autistic delegates – May 18th / June 15th / July 20th
Block 2 – Autistic delegates only – Aug 10th / Sep 21st / Oct 12th (+ plenary session Nov 23rd)

Public Conference & Dialogue: Dec 14th. Booking now open.

More info on attendance below.

We are proud to be the host of this unique participatory autism series, bringing together autistic people and people who’s life, work or research is connected to autism.

The aims of the project are to bring together people from different backgrounds for dialogue method and to form a national network.  A conference will take place at the end of the project to consolidate networks and discuss plans for the future.

Each dialogue session will be held in Sheffield, UK and run from 1pm to 5pm.  We understand this is a fairly long session, which is why we have a comfortable, autism-friendly room and with refreshments available for the break (3pm – 3.15pm). Sessions are generally found to be enjoyable and engaging.  This series has delegates coming from a wide range of interesting backgrounds and places, not usually found together.

I would really recommend it to any autistic person who would like to join with others and explore what an autistic perspective on the world and everything in it might look like.” – A recent attendee at our monthly Autism Dialogue.  More testimonials here.

The sessions will be fully guided and the standard layout is chairs in a circle with up to twenty-five other adults.  AD18 FAQ here.

Autism is a phenomenon which raises far-reaching questions into the nature of self, identity, science, health, politics, cultures and society, with a wide range of often competing debates, theories and ideologies.  Autism Dialogue will provide the opportunity for a better and more dynamic understanding of autism.

Participants from all backgrounds and experiences will be able to explore individual and collective consciousness.  We support emerging autistic sub-cultures, stronger autistic identity, greater self-knowledge and a more enriched society.

More general information about Autism Dialogue here..

2018 Conference booking here.