AUsome Autism Conference is an autism conference with a difference. Our conference teaches people about autism from the Autistic viewpoint. It is the only autism conference in Ireland organised by Autistic trainers and delivered by a line-up of all Autistic presenters. And now it’s available online!
All of our Speakers are Autistic!
€109 – permanent access with recordings of the event
*** Reduced to €49
If you want to know about autism then Autistic people can explain it to you. Most autism courses or training events unfortunately try to explain autism from the outside perspective or from the non-autistic perspective.
Following on from the huge success of our very first all-autistic autism conference in Feb 2019 we held our second AUsome Conference on November 15th 2020. What an amazing line-up of Autistic presenters we had! Autistic Voices matter and AUsome Autism Conference gives them a platform to be appreciated. It also gives you an opportunity to learn from Autistic professionals and speakers.
There are many important issues for autistics worldwide that need to be addressed and AUsome Conference will start that conversation on many levels. Our unique line up of Autistic speakers covers a truly diverse range of topics. This autism conference is an amazing training and learning opportunity for anyone with an interest in Autism.
We had an amazing line up of speakers who will cover Special Education, Relationships, Autistic Rights and Abuse, Autistic Communication, Mental Health, Autistic Culture and Identity to mention just a few!
We had NINE autistic speakers, not only sharing their experiences but sharing their area of expertise and offering very practical advise and strategies for Autistics, Parents & Carers, Professionals, Therapists, Educators and anyone with an interest in Autism and Autistic Thinking . An educational opportunity not to be missed!
You can purchase the recording if you missed the live event and gain lifetime access to the presentations.
Our amazing speakers were 11 year old Darragh Dwyer, Chris Bonnello, Eoin Stephens, Melissa Murphy, Emma Dalmayne, Kieran Rose, Stiof MacAmhalghaidh, Chen Gershuni and Frank Ludwig