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Stepping Stones Program

Thursday, January 8, 2015 Seattle 

The Stepping Stones Program offers quarterly workshops for parents of young children who have been recently diagnosed with autism.

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Exploiting ICT and other technologies for assessing and treating children with Autism

A Workshop organized by the MICHELANGELO Project (a research project co-financed by the European Commission - FP7, ICT for Health – Grant Agreement #288241)

Date: Tuesday, December 2, 2014

Venue: Assembly Buildings - Conference Centre - Fisherwick Place, Belfast, BT1 6DW

The workshop was split into two Parts: “The Technological View” and “From research to medical practice – Round Table”. 

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International Conference for Autism – INCA

‘All Facets of Autism: From Research to Practice’

Date: 14th - 16th November,2014

Location: Miracle Resort Hotel in Lara, Antalya, Turkey

Single track invited oral presentations and late afternoon poster sessions will take place on Saturday and Sunday. Simultaneous translation services will be provided during the oral sessions whereas posters will be prepared either in English or in Turkish.

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ITASD Conference of Paris in October

Paris (France), 3rd to the 4th of October 2014

The 2nd International Conference on Innovative Technologies for Autism will take place in Paris on October 3 and 4, 2014 at the Pasteur Institute. This year the conference will focus on how digital technologies can be used to improve the daily lives of people with autism.

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Professional Conference 2014

Harrogate International Centre, Harrogate, North Yorkshire, London – 4-5 March, 2014

The Public is invited to the Professional Conference by the National Autistic Society.Times continue to be tough. Cutbacks are placing more and more pressure on professionals to deliver high quality services on ever-decreasing budgets.

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