Improving Mental Health and Well-being for Young People with Autism, ADHD and Learning Disabilities      

Cerebra Annual Conference 2016

Thursday 28th April 2016, Royal Society of Medicine – London

 

Improving Mental Health and Well-being for Young People with Autism, ADHD and Learning DisabilitiesCerebra held a one day conference for parents, carers and professionals examining:

  • The risks to mental wellbeing in children and young people
  • The need to involve young people and their families in defining the research and policy agenda
  • Research and action: that is underway to improve mental health and well-being for young people

Conference Chair: Professor Stuart Logan, Cerebra Professor of Paediatric Epidemiology, PenCRU at the University of Exeter.

 

Speakers:
(You can access the speaker presentations and PowerPoint slides by clicking on the individual names below)

You can download the programme from the day here: Download

With thanks to the following sponsors:

Leigh Day; Foot AnsteyHobbs Rehabilitation; Lyons Davidson; Hyphen Law; Tomcat; Autistica; The Challenging Behaviour Foundation; A Stitch Different Community Group; The Clarity Partnership.