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18-19 SeptImpact through Diversity Strathclyde Autism Course 21st Anniversary Conference

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This two day event will now be held in September.  Day 1, Friday 18th September 2020 in the Insight Institute in Richmond Street and Day 2, Saturday 19th September 2020 at John Anderson Lecture Theatre, both in Glasgow's City Centre. The Conference will be opened on Day 1 by Sir Jim MacDonald, Principal and on Day 2 by Mrs Linda Brownlow, Head of the School of Education. We are contacting former students across Scotland and our international community to join us to celebrate the diversity, quality and impact of this innovative programme over the years. We want to hear from all current and former students of our courses who have studied with us from 1998-1999 to the present day: you will help us understand the impact of the programme and to develop a Scottish Position Statement on Autism. We will also be launching a new centre: the Scottish Centre for Applied Autism Research. Academic staff and visiting contributors to the programme will join us for our two day conference. A Civic Reception followed by our evening event will be held at the splendid Glasgow City Chambers on Friday 18th September. 

Please register your interest in the event by contacting Jan Bissett at jan.bissett@strath.ac.uk so we may add you to our mailing list.