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Hi! My name is Julia and I’d like to invite any parent/carer of a child with autism living in Hackney (London) to answer this 2-minute survey from the National Autistic Society. We want to offer online support during this lockdown to anyone who might be interested. – The questionnaire will only take 2 minutes to complete and it is completely anonymous – You must be aged 18 or over Click here to access the survey: https://greenwichuniversity.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_diYIEmRfSMs2kkK Click here to open the survey and thank you!
www.awares.org/conferences We are delighted to announce that the latest presenter in the series of monthly one-day online autism conferences on the Awares Conference Centre, run by Autism Cymru - Wales's pioneering national charity for autism - is Dr Connie Kasari. Connie's brilliant paper on education is available to read here right now once you register at www.awares.org/conferences and she herself will be online all day on Tuesday, July 23, 2013. Please feel free to put all your autism-related questions directly to Connie in the discussion forum on the site on July 23. You can also, of course, exchange views with one another in the forum before Connie logs on. I very much hope you enjoy the event! Simply click on the Discussion button and take advantage of this unique chance to connect directly with one of the great world authorities on educating children with autism. This online conference is open to everyone. Dr Connie Kasari is Professor in the Human Development and Psychology programme in UCLA's School of Education as well as Professor in the Division of Child Psychiatry. She has supervised the doctoral training of nearly 40 PhD students and the research of 15 post-doctoral fellows. Dr Kasari's research has focused on social and communicative development in typical and atypical children. She has many funded research projects involving the development of novel interventions for children with autism primarily using randomized controlled clinical trial designs. Her work is increasingly centred in school settings with a focus on under-served, under-represented, and under-resourced populations of children with autism. Prior to her appointment in Education, she was a post-doctoral fellow with Dr Marian Sigman, collaborating on a number of research studies on autism and Down syndrome. Dr Kasari received her doctorate in education from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1985. She completed a post-doctoral fellowship in child development at UCLA prior to joining the UCLA faculty in 1990. For more information about this and all other Awares online conferences, please contact myself at: email@example.com Best wishes, Adam Feinstein