Catrina and her associates offer a wide range of open events about autism and neurodiversity both in-person and online

These may include Catrina’s insight into her latest research and experience as well as topical discussion and guest speakers.


All events offer you a practical insight into improving inclusive practice for your ‘ learner in mind’.

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About our events

If you have a child in mind who is causing you to think very carefully about your current teaching practice, it may be useful for you to attend an event that will help you to gain some techniques to enable you to support this autistic learner. We offer a range of different topics. Popular events have included information about differentiation and autism, the sensory system and how it affects classroom learning, autism and how it affects play in young learners, and anxious non-attenders.

 

We provide regular events which are open to the public via either online platforms or in person. For the full list of what is available please visit the link below.

Teenage Students

These events are available internationally and online

Upcoming Events

  • Autism and Persistent Absence
    Multiple Dates
    09 Jun, 16:00 – 18:00
    Online Workshop
  • Situational (not selective) mutism
    Multiple Dates
    21 Jun, 16:00 – 18:00
    Online workshop
    Catrina Lowri is a neurodivergent teacher and researcher. During this online workshop she will discuss her own experiences and the latest research and thinking on situational mutism to help you support your learner in mind.
  • Neurodiversity and the Sensory System
    Multiple Dates
    07 Jul, 16:00 – 18:00
    Online Workshop
    Catrina Lowri is a neurodivergent teacher and researcher. Here she will share her insights into the neurodiveristy, the sensory system and how you can work to improve regulation for your learner in mind.

Opening hours

Mon 11-6

Tues  to Sat 9-6

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