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Autistic Days

How to provide autistic people with equal access to health care? How to support autistic students? These and many other questions will be answered during the free meetings by stakeholders themselves, practitioners working with people on the spectrum and scientific researchers. The lectures will be available online on April 26, 27 and 28 as part of the Autism-Europe 2022 Congress.

This is a unique opportunity to feel the congress atmosphere and enrich your knowledge before the October event. All speeches will be translated into Polish. Participation in the event is completely free of charge. The entire event will be streamed online. To take part in Autism Days (April 26-28) and listen to the Pre-Congress symposia, just register at the website


Event program:

On April 26 at 7:30 p.m., the healthcare symposium, co-organized by Autistica, will feature speakers:

  • Dr. James Cusack - the meeting's first British and openly autistic charity CEO
  • Jeremy Parr from the University of Newcastle - clinical scientist on the topic of neurodiversity in pediatrics
  • Colin Wilson - autistic self-advocate from the UK, interested in inequalities in access to health services for the autistic community
  • In addition, Aurelie Baranger from Autism-Europe will participate in the discussion after the presentations.

On April 27 at 7:30 pm, a student support event co-organized with the University of Warsaw will feature:

  • Dr. Mateusz Płatos - psychologist, author of the Autism Census, presenter of the meeting
  • Bertrand Monthubert - professor of mathematics at Paul Sabatier University, initiator of the project of the program "Building an Aspi-friendly University"
  • Ewa Pisula - the most famous Polish academic researcher in the field of autism
  • Dr. Andrea MacLeod - Lecturer in the School of Education at the University of Birmingham
  • Martyna Osada - student at the University of Warsaw

April 28, at 7 pm, a symposium on engaging autistic people in research
is co-organized by Humboldt University, and speakers will include:

  • Isabel Dziobek and Dr. Silke Lipinski of Humboldt University - who are leading the meeting. Prof. Dziobek is one of the keynote speakers at the Autism-Europe Congress in October, and Dr. Lipinski is an autistic researcher whose main interest is autistic adults.
  • Sander Begeer - professor of clinical developmental psychology at Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam
  • Dr. Damian Milton - a lecturer at the University of Kent who also works for the National Autistic Society as an autism knowledge consultant.

Download the information leaflet:
In Polish
In English

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