I’ve been thinking of attending The Autism Show this year. I’ve never been and have always wondered what it’s like and while doing all that wondering I received this leaflet through the post from The National Autistic Society.
Now I take that as a sign to say ‘come on Sue from the Brew, get your butt in gear and get yourself there’. Or it could be the NAS just doing a good job with their marketing
The Autism Show takes place at:
London ExCel 15th & 16th June
Birmingham NEC 22nd & 23rd June
Manchester Eventcity 29th & 30th June
Here you can find a mountain of help, support and information all under one roof. You can listen to talks from professionals and the experiences of autistic adults. Learn practical strategies and approaches, discover products and services, seek EHCP help, visit the Arts Therapy Workshops and there is even a sensory room.
I’m exhausted just reading through the leaflet as there seems so much to see and do. If you have attended our NAS Derby & District meetings where Connor Ward has provided his talks well he will be appearing at the Birmingham show on Saturday 23rd June. from 3.30pm - 4pm He will be talking about Keeping Your Autistic Self Safe Online so don't miss that. It really isn't expensive to go either. here are the prices:
(prices from The Autism Show leaflet)
For members of the NAS you can get a further 20% off by quoting the code NAS8 at the checkout when booking in advance.
If you would like more information about the shows go to the website here at: www.autismshow.co.uk
I may see you there!!
Take care and thanks for reading.....join me tomorrow for pass the Remote Sunday.
Every Saturday I will be talking about Autism and will review any useful information which may have been highlighted at any support groups in the week.