Learning Disabilities and Autism: Promoting Positive Outcomes conference on 12 Mar (Manchester)

A conference focused on support services for people with learning disabilities and Autism will take place on Tuesday 12th March at the Manchester Conference Centre.

Open Forum Events is organising the conference, which will feature the following discussions:

  • Dealing with Complex Histories and Risky Behaviour
  • Transforming Care, Transforming People’s Lives
  • Supporting People with a Learning Disability and/or Autism and Dementia
  • Shared Lives
  • Supporting People into Work and in the Workforce
  • Improving the Health of People with Learning Disabilites and/or Autism

Confirmed speakers include:

  • CJane Carolan, Deputy CEO and Director of Operations , Autism Together 
  • Linda Rauch, Parent: “A Family’s Journey”
  • Ambassadors, Shared Lives Plus
  • Judith Knapton, Patient Experience Lead, NHS England
  • Sarah Latham, Improvement Support Manager, NHS England
  • Joanna Hunt, Area Manager, Greater Manchester, Children’s Society
  • Tracey Garcia, Manager of Dimensions Quality Consultants Network, Dimensions
  • Dr Sunny Kalsy-Lillico, Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Birmingham Community NHS Trust, The Birmingham Growing Older with Learning Disabilities and Dementia (GOLDD)
  • Steph Thompson, Managing Director, Waymarks

There are now only have 25 tickets left for this event and they are going quickly, so if this event is of interest to you why not book your place today or ask us to hold you a place while you await the funding.

Further information

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