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Community Summit 2024

Price $30 – $150 AUD + BF Register

Event description

Join Reframing Autism for our Community Summit which offers a unique blend of keynote presentations, moderated panel discussions, facilitated community peer discussion groups and an online discussion forum all delivered in a virtual format spanning a two-week duration. 

Our Autistic-led summit will explore the themes of Identity, Sensory Experiences, and Wellbeing, as well as offering two bonus days of content focused on Autistic Elders and Meaningful Work.  We aspire to bring the Autistic community together in a supportive space where everyone can listen, learn, reflect, and connect in a nurturing and inclusive environment. 

Our Community Summit will feature:

  • 5 Keynote Presentations
  • 5 Panel Discussions
  • Dedicated Peer Discussion Groups (breakout sessions)
  • Exclusive Online Discussion Forum
  • Virtual Resources
  • Online access to video content until 30 September 2024

Conducted across five days in a two-week period, each day will have a specific theme and will feature a keynote presentation and panel discussion, and the first three days will also feature peer discussion groups (using Zoom) with an online discussion forum accessible throughout the entire duration. 

Each day will commence with a keynote presentation, hosted by a professional expert in their respective field.  Our dynamic presenters will share their knowledge and expertise and will be accessible to answer your questions (either live or via text-based means afterwards) on their topic. 

From there, a panel discussion will build further on the theme of the day.  Our diverse panelists will contribute their personal insights and perspectives, creating a knowledge sharing experience.   

The first 3 days of the event will conclude with exclusive Peer Group Discussions, allowing you to connect and discuss the day’s theme with other members of your community.  After you register, a survey will help us connect you with your peers.

As an additional bonus for Autistic attendees who are self-employed, run their own businesses, or are interested in doing so, there will be an exclusive peer group discussion on the Meaningful Work day.

Throughout our Community Summit, an online discussion forum platform will be available for everyone to gather, chat, and share experiences. Some facilitation will be provided at designated times.    

Our broad spectrum of content and delivery approaches will encourage interaction and engagement tailored to your preferences.  Learn and connect at your own pace, accessing an array of diverse resources.

Key Dates and Themes:

Note – all times are in AEST (Australian Eastern Standard Time).  If there are large numbers of registrations the Peer Groups may be split between two times.
More information about our presenters can be found on our Community Summit webpage.

* This networking opportunity/bonus peer discussion is specifically for Autistic adults who are self-employed or interested in starting their own business.



  • All prices are in AUD and include GST.
  • Our subsidised rate is supported by the Australian Government Department of Social Services.  This funding is only able to be used to support attendees who live in Australia.  
  • Your honesty in selecting the appropriate price structure is valued.

For those experiencing financial hardship, or from a group or identity who face additional barriers to attending an event such as this, a limited number of free tickets may be available. These are limited to Autistics and parents and primary caregivers of Autistic people who live in Australia only. If this is you, please fill in this form with your details to be considered for our ballot (the form will be open until 10am AEST Monday May 6th). 


Our keynote presentations and panel discussions will be provided with Auslan interpretation and captions.  These sessions will be recorded, and access provided for viewing at your convenience.

Our peer discussion groups will not be recorded; however, summary notes will be made available afterwards for those who attended. 

The online discussion forum platform is screen reader accessible, and you can adjust your text size and colour to suit your needs.

All content will exclusively be available to registrants until 30 June 2024, who will also retain access to the recordings until 30 September 2024.


The Community Summit will be delivered in a virtual online format only.  Information on how to access and further details will be provided before the summit start date.

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Refunds are available up to 7 days prior to the event