Thinking Autism International Conference 2019
17 - 19 May 2019, London UK
'New Frontiers in Autism Research: Evidence-based Treatment of Medical Comorbidities'
Our presenters include top international researchers and clinicians, as well as therapists and parent speakers sharing practical knowledge.
Networking & social events
Widen your social circle and support network of people travelling the same path. Evening social event are an opportunity to relax and enjoy.
Latest scientific findings
Latest and most promising research in autism and co-occurring conditions including PANDAS, epilepsy, gut and metabolic disorders.
Practical information & tips
Gather information, find new resources and compare experiences. Leave with a renewed sense of knowledge empowerment.
About the conference
‘New Frontiers in Autism Research: Evidence-based Treatment of Medical Comorbidities’
Top researchers, medical doctors and therapists will present on novel approaches and most promising research in autism and comorbid or underlying disorders. Delegates will hear about current treatment trials, and learn about the importance of recognising and addressing co-occurring or underlying health issues, including seizures, metabolic and mitochondrial dysfunction, nutritional and gastrointestinal issues.
Richard Frye MD PhD
Arkansas Children's Hospital
Adi Aran MD
Shaare Zedek Medical Center
Orit E. Stolar MD
Assaf Harofeh Medical Center
Previous conferences delegate feedback
“Over the last 7 years I have attended 6 conferences on autism and this one is probably the best.”
“A thoroughly informative and enjoyable experience. I have gained hugely from attending. Thank you and well done!”
“Very, very good and fascinating conference.”
“Wonderful – I cried, laughed and learnt a lot.”
“This was a fantastic event. It was informative, helpful, wonderfully organised.”
“I honestly think that TA did an incredibly impressive job this time. I have come away with a clarity and sense of empowerment. You can’t ask for more than that!”
I have been coming to Thinking Autism conferences for the last 3 years and have found these enormously helpful in terms of gathering information and developing a deeper understanding of the health issues for my child with autism. It is also useful to speak to other parents who may be at a similar stage, even though our children are all so different.