Third Bishop Grosseteste Participatory Autism Research Symposium


This ‘symposium’ showcases four presentations
by participatory autism researchers
from the BGU autism community.
by
Lincolnshire Open Research and Innovation Centre
on
Wed, 16 November 2022, 14:00 – 16:00 GMT


About this event

Participatory autism research is defined as research where members of the autistic community have control over the research agenda and the analysis of, and reflection on, the data that is generated. It embeds the values of the draft framework for inclusive autism research (Chown et al., 2017), including that autism research should be aimed at improving the lives of autistic people.

Each participant in the symposium will introduce an element of their current work and this will then be discussed by the group. Each section of the symposium will last for approximately 15 minutes, with the symposium section of the event lasting one hour. Comment by audience will not be supported during the symposium, but there will be an opportunity for delegates to discuss the event in groups afterwards.

Topics for presentation will be:

  • Using ethnographic and phenomenological research with the autistic community.
  • Key themes from the 13th Autism-Europe International Congress: Current and Conflicting thinking.
  • The use of creative research methods in a case study of an autistic trainee teacher, including art, journaling and poetry.
  • A parent’s perspective on sharing Education Health and Care Plan (EHCP) information.

For more information on PARC, please visit their website

Please note: This event will be held using Microsoft Teams. Due to the way in which this platform operates, you will be sent an invitation nearer to the date of the event. This may require that your email address will be visible to other event attendees. By registering for this event, you agree to your email address being used in this way. If you have any concerns about the visibility of your email address, please contact loric@bishopg.ac.uk.


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