Autism at Work Summit 2020 – NAS


4 June 2020, BFI, London

Championing autistic talent in the workplace

The Autism Act has brought about some great changes to the way that autistic people access support, but there is still a long way to go. As a professional, you can make the necessary changes to create more autism-friendly workplace.

Whether you’re working with someone who’s autistic or hiring autistic people, this is the event for you!

Make this a summer to remember and join us for our first ever summit, celebrating autistic talent in the workplace.

Be part of engaging conversations and hear from our outstanding set of speakers. Our panelists include autistic professionals, entrepreneurs, writers and advocates of autism.

  • learn from the growing number of organisations benefiting from the autistic talent pool
  • boost diversity and inclusion practice
  • improve how you recruit and support employees on the spectrum
  • network with experts.

Help your organisation thrive and help transform the lives of autistic people in the workplace.


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One comment on “Autism at Work Summit 2020 – NAS
  1. whereislove says:

    Since the word autism derived from the Greek word meaning self, one would have to consult the individual about their talents/capabilities or actually observe/obtain evidence of the individual at work oneself. It is exactly partly due to generalisation of individuals that there is increased misunderstanding, apathy, bullying and abuse in the workplace or exclusion from the workplace/lack of effort to include people who have autism (who are their individual selves). One can gain a lot of perspective from being/trying to understand what it’s like to be somewhat ‘outside’ of general society and their social conditioning affects. This perspective lends credence to the opinion that all humans need to be compassionate to all other humans. There is a long way to go but I’m sure that there must be some compassionate people supporting people who have autism-thank you to those people you know who you are!

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