Neurodiversity Celebration Week Special Event – Wed 20th March at 12pm

Particate in Neurodiversity Celebration Week with this webinar event hosted by College of Medicine and Public Health. Prof. Sandra Thom-Jones will talk on “What do Australians know, believe and feel about autistic people?”

The College of Medicine and Public Health, Gender, Inclusion, Equity, and Diversity committee, is excited to invite staff and students to a thought-provoking webinar.

As part of Neurodiversity Celebration Week, join us for an engaging online presentation by Prof. Sandra Thom-Jones titled “What do Australians know, believe, and feel about autistic people?” on Wednesday, 20th March, from 12 noon to 1 pm (ACDT).

This webinar aims to shed light on the current research regarding societal perceptions and attitudes towards autistic individuals in Australia. Prof. Thom-Jones, an esteemed autistic author, academic, and advocate, will explore the knowledge, beliefs, and emotions surrounding autism in the country.

Designed for researchers, educators, professional staff, and students across a broad spectrum of disciplines, this event promises to offer valuable insights into fostering a more inclusive society. We encourage everyone to share this opportunity with others who may find it beneficial.

For additional information and to register for the webinar, please visit the Eventbrite page. Also, explore Neurodiversity Celebration Week for more free online events celebrating diversity in thought and cognitive function.

Let’s come together to support and learn more about neurodiversity, highlighting the importance of understanding, inclusion, and celebration of all minds.

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