She will co-chair the Oral Communications: Diagnostic and Assessment (Presentations) session in collaboration with Amar Baghdadli (Montpellier University Hospital · Chair of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry), who will chair this session.
The 2019 congress’ motto is “A new Dynamic for Change and Inclusion”, in keeping with our aspiration that international scientific research on autism should be translated into concrete changes and foster social inclusion for autistic people of all ages and needs. Our congresses therefore strive to be a place where all interested stakeholders can meet to exchange and reflect on how to shape better lives for autistic people.
On the occasion of this three-day event people from all over the world will come together to share the most recent developments across the field of autism. The congress will address a wide range of issues, including: diagnostic and assessment, language and communication, access to education, employment, research and ethics, gender and sexuality, inclusion and community living, mental and physical health, interventions, strategic planning and coordination of services as well as rights and participation.
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