Conference on autism

20th February 2009 at 00:00

Better collaboration will help improve education for autistic pupils, according to a government minister. Sarah McCarthy-Fry will speak about her ambitious for autistic children at the first national conference of the Autism Education Trust next Thursday at Central Hall in Westminster. Other speakers will include Dr Glenys Jones from the Autism Centre for Education and Research at the University of Birmingham.

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