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DATE: 20th September 2013
TIME: 9.30 – 4.30
VENUE: Whitla Hall, Queen's University Belfast
Dr Lorri Unumb Esq.Autism Speaks; Vice President for Government
STAMPPPII Launch Team from Italy, Iceland, Sweden, Netherlands, Germany, Spain, Norway, and England
Lisa Ruddy QUB, Postgraduate
EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE FOR PARTICIPATION AND INCLUSION
This is the 3rd Annual Conference organised by the Queens University Autism Research and Treatment (QUART) Forum, part of the Centre for Behaviour Analysis at QUB. Following the very successful format of previous years this is an all-day conference with a difference.
Setting local experience and expertise into international context, this conference is truly participatory, evidence-based, and person-centred. International keynote speakers will demonstrate how behaviour interventions can be utilized to enhance participation and inclusion through effective methods.
We encourage participation in particular from parent/carers and individuals with autism and those from the public services.
Presentations and posters are invited under the following four themes: Autism Spectrum Disorders, Applied Behaviour Analysis, Evidence-based methods for inclusion and finally, Participatory methods in and out of school.
Organised by the Centre for Behaviour Analysis, School of Education, at Queens University Belfast in collaboration with professionals and families affected by Autism Spectrum Disorders.
Concession (£10) includes Individuals with ASD, parents, students, tutors, group/teams of 4+ Presenters (admission free for the person who presents each paper/poster). Book online here For the flyer click here
3rd Annual QUART Conference 'Call for Papers':
The ‘Call for Papers’ makes this conference uniquely hands-on. We welcome researchers, students, and professionals from education, behaviour support, and health (HSC), and parents and individuals affected by ASD to present their findings from evidence-based behaviour intervention and learning. Presentations and posters are invited under the following four themes:
• Autism Spectrum Disorders
• Applied Behaviour Analysis
• Evidence-based methods for inclusion
• Participatory methods in and out of school.
Deadline for abstract submissions: 31 July 2013 E-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org Peer-review decision: 30 Aug 2013 Accepted presenters (one per paper/poster) are automatically registered for the conference
Date, Time and Venue: TBC
Precision Teaching Workshop (as seen on BBC News)
Dr Carl Hughes and Mike Beverley Bangor University, Wales will follow up QUART conference presentation on Precision Teaching with a full-day workshop.
Due to unforeseen circumstances this event has had to be cancelled, apologies for any inconvenience;
It is planned to reschedule the workshop, details will follow.