Wed, 14 Sept|
Autistic Identity, Making Sense of Who I Am with Dean Beadle
Dean challenges stereotypes and negative societal attitudes still faced by autistic people and highlights how he has prioritised wellbeing.
Time & Location
14 Sept 2022, 20:00 – 21:00 BST
About the Event
In this humorous and thought-provoking talk, Dean reflects on his own experiences of making sense of who he is. He challenges stereotypes and negative societal attitudes still faced by autistic people and highlights how he has prioritised wellbeing and self-care. He also looks at ways to empower autistic young people to discard internalised ableism and to be proud in their identity.
Dean Beadle has toured the UK for over fourteen years sharing his experiences of being autistic. He has also delivered keynotes in Ireland, Denmark, Belgium and Germany as well as undertaking four seminar tours of Australia and New Zealand. Through his humorous and insightful speeches Dean outlines his positive outlook on being autistic and challenges negative public attitudes. To date, Dean has delivered over 800 keynotes, lectures and training sessions.
Fully funded tickets are available to Autistic parents in the UK.
Professional tickets £15 (include an attendance certificate).
You do not have to be a professional to purchase this ticket.
Donations & Payments will be spent on paying speakers for our events which will always be free for Autistic parents in the UK. The recording will be made available to ticket holders after the event.
The recording will be sent out to all attendees after the event.