Girls and Autism: What's the difference?

For parents, carers and professionals

Sarah will talk about Girls and Autism: what’s the difference including school life, happiness and well-being and social and personal relationships.

Sarah is autistic with a late diagnosis of Asperger Syndrome in her 40s. She has a lifetime of personal experience of autism, it’s mental and physical impact and how to live with it and shares this during training along with her professional expertise. Sarah is an independent specialist consultant, trainer and coach in Autism Spectrum Conditions and has delivered over 1000 autism training workshops and speaks at conferences worldwide.

Sarah has worked with more than 400 autistic individuals as a coach and consultant in care, schools, criminal justice and employment. She has written 6 books on Asperger Syndrome and related conditions on employment, sex and relationships, alcoholism, girls and women on the Autism Spectrum and also on the adult neuro-diversity spectrum. She was featured in a BBC Horizon documentary on autism and in a number of national magazines.

Book your place by emailing or call 07527 828 477

Please note that children are welcome to attend but be aware there may be some mention of sexuality, personal relationships and gender ID. Refreshments can be purchased at the venue.

20 March 2017 at 19:00 - 21:00

The Spirella Ballroom

The Spirella Ballroom

The Spirella

Bridge Road