The Welsh Autism shows are delighted to announce that Actor Richard Mylan and his son Jaco will officially open The Welsh Autism Show on September 28th at The Cardiff City stadium. Richard and Jaco stared in the BBC one documentary ‘Living with autism’.
The Welsh Autism show is the only one of its kind in Wales and has already received over 1100 visitor registrations. The shows events include a line-up of seminars delivered by field experts on topics such as ‘Special education needs (SEN)’, ‘Lego based occupational therapy’, ‘An integrated Autism service for Wales’, and our headline guest Michael Barton on ‘Surviving at School, succeeding in the workplace’; as well as TAD Talks on real autism life stories. A panel of experts will also be on hand in the afternoon during the facilitated Q & A Session.
Visitors to the show will be provided with an opportunity to explore cutting edge research, resources, products and services, and face to face access to the services, resources and provisions that are there to help individuals and families living with autism, and the professionals that support them.
As well as the seminars, the show will be packed with over 50 specialist companies showcasing their products and services. Visitors will be given the opportunity to meet with other individuals, families and professionals – all to help you get the help you need.
The shows will kick off in Cardiff on 28th September 2017 and will be followed during 2018 with more local shows around Wales, providing local access to services.
If you are an individual living with autism, a family member, or a professional that supports this community, then these Welsh Autism Shows are for you. Vising the show as a visitor is entirely free. You can book your Free Visitor Tickets by visiting www.thewelshautismshows.co.uk.