Communication: The Key to Success
Following the success of the conferences held annually 2007-2009, Edge Hill University hosted a fourth international conference addressing the needs of young people with autism on 21st May 2009.
The conference was a collaborative venture between Edge Hill University and Pontville School, an independent school for communication impaired children and young people aged 7 to 19 years.
Keynote Presentations: Downloads
- Autistic Spectrum Disorders / Conditions of Interventions and Strategies: A Question of Interpretation by Bill Jackson
- The Foetal Testosterone Theory of Sex Differences and Autism Spectrum Conditions by Dr Emma Ashwin
- The Experience of Daily Stress in Individuals with Asperger’s Syndrome: A Grounded Theory Exploration by Fiona McCaffrey
- More Able People with ASD by Gary Mesibov
- The How of Happiness by Gary Mesibov
- The Use of Learning Technology Tools to Offer Opportunities for Learners with Asperger’s Syndrome in Higher Education to Participate in Group Work by James McDowell and Debbie Austin
- Safe in their Community by Joann Kiernan
- A Self Prompt System to Support Social Understanding by Kate Silver
- Aspergers Syndrome: A Personal Perspective by Paul Hughes
- The Effectiveness of Medical Self-Hypnosis in Reducing Anxiety in People with High Functioning Autism by Paul Taylor
- Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders in a Mainstream Secondary School: How Are They Conceptualised by Staff by Yvonne McCormick and Dave Putwain