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    Autistic Pride Day Symposium: Sydney

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    Australia's Premier Autistic Pride Day Symposium: Empowerment, Inclusion, and Celebration

    Join us for a day filled with interactive workshops, presentations, seminars, and a celebratory filmed Q&A session, as we come together to celebrate Autistic Pride and foster understanding and inclusion.

    Date: June 9

    Australia's Premier Autistic Pride Day Symposium brings together experts, practitioners, and community members to explore and celebrate the diverse experiences of autistic individuals. This groundbreaking event features a full day of interactive workshops, presentations, and seminars filmed in front of an audience. The symposium aims to empower and inspire, while fostering a sense of connection and understanding among attendees.

    10:15Panel 1: Understanding Autism: Neurodivergent Health Practitioners Perspectives on Diagnosis,
    Treatment, and Public Perception (45 mins)
    11:15Panel 2: Autistic Led Solutions for Autistic People: Programs  (45 mins)
    12:00Networking lunch 
    12:45Film screening: Neuromance (15 mins)
    13:00Panel 3:Media Representation of Autistic People: Challenges, Progress, and the Path Forward (45 mins)
    13:00Workshop 1: Autism in the Workplace: Know Your Rights (60 mins)
    14:00Workshop 2: Surviving to Thriving: Tools, Strategies and Insights to Support Autistic Wellbeing (60 mins)
    14:00Panel 4: Embracing Neurodiversity in Education: Building Neuroaffirming Learning Environments
    for Autistic Students (45 mins)
    15:00Panel 5: Autistic Entrepreneurship: Autistic Cognition, and Business Development (45 mins)
    16:00Panel 6: Enhancing Employment Opportunities for Autistic Individuals:
    Strategies for Inclusion and Success  (45 mins)
    17:00QandA: Think Autism (60 mins)
    18:15Networking Drinks

    Click here for: Tickets to Autistic Pride Day Symposium in Melbourne on Saturday June 8, 2024


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