Empowering People, Launching lives

Online lunch and learns

Join us for our monthly lunch and learn sessions.

The series will focus on a variety of topics related to autism: from communication, to transitions, to preparing for independence.

Join us for short 45 minute sessions each month, starting with a webinar presented by experts from across the organisation. Each webinar will close with a Q&A where you get the chance to ask the questions that are important to you. Grab your sandwich and a coffee and come and join us!

Take a look below at the upcoming schedule of webinars.

Opening doors into employment for autistic individuals.

Wednesday 25th May, 12.30-1.15pm. Hosted by Emily Ross, Specialist Vocational Advisor.

The national statistics around autistic individuals who are currently in work paint a clear picture – that people face barriers in accessing and staying in employment. We’ll delve into some of these statistics and barriers, discuss how the world of employment needs to change and offer up strategies from our employability toolkit that can improve access to meaningful employment for more autistic people. Sign up today!

Book your place

Details of upcoming webinars can be found below. All sessions run from 12:30pm-1:15pm. Visit our agenda page for more information on each session.

Presenter Title Date of webinar
David Anthony
Head of Research and Learning
Developing person-centred plans for better outcomes. Watch a recording of the session. Wednesday, 19th January
Bernadett Rankasz
Head of Early Years
Our bus is on diversion: the importance of early intervention and building parental resilience. Watch a recording of the session. Friday, 25th February
Matthew Wicks
Outreach Consultant
Managing change: transitions big and small. Watch a recording of the session. Wednesday, 16th March
Elizabeth Robinson
Head of Post-19
My life in the future: ensuring independence for all. Watch a recording of the session. Friday, 22nd April
Emily Ross
Specialist Vocational Advisor
With BeyondAutism Interns
Opening doors into employment for autistic individuals. Register now Wednesday, 25th May
Tom Bailey
Head of Therapy Services
Autism and communication. Register now Friday, 24th June
Kieran Bird
Executive Head of Schools
All of us, all of the time: effective multidisciplinary team working. Register now Wednesday, 20th July

If there is a topic that isn’t listed here that you’d like to hear more about, get in touch.

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