We're working with leading experts from around the UK to stream free live webinars to you in the comfort of your own home.

Upcoming webinars:

Understanding ADHD

Wednesday, October 13th 1pm – 2pm

We know that autism and ADHD are common co-occurring conditions. We also know that diagnostic overshadowing means that many people who could be given a diagnosis of both conditions, may just receive a single diagnosis, as symptoms and behaviours are attributed to the original condition. As part of ADHD Awareness Month, we want to learn more practical information about ADHD, how it might impact someone and what the diagnosis process is like for children and adults.

This webinar may be particularly useful for autistic adults and parents of autistic children who are wondering about co-occurring ADHD.

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How to join

First, visit our Facebook page and 'like' us. This should mean you get a reminder just before the webinar starts - unless you have alerts turned off. We will present the webinar live on our Facebook homepage, so make sure you visit our page at the webinar start time and you will see our video with a red live icon top left. You can also sign up via the event page. You'll need to click the speaker icon (bottom right of the video) to hear sound.

We will not see or hear you, but you can add a comment or ask a question by clicking the comment icon under the video.

The format

Our presenters will present and then there will be a chance for a live Q&A. You can submit questions to our presenters in advance. Email your webinar question and we will do our best to cover it in the presentation or Q&A.



Watch previous webinars

All webinars will be published on our YouTube channel after the event

Managing children’s sensory issues and related anxieties caused by Coronavirus
With Mayuri Tokekar

Autistic social belonging and connectedness
With Sarah Cassidy and Mirabel Pelton.

Establishing family routines in uncertain times
With Caroline Bulmer. Supported by Fujitsu.

Coping with uncertainty in uncertain situations
With Prof Jacqui Rodgers. Supported by Fujitsu.