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A Conversation on Autism

Where: Otago Museum, 419 Great King Street, Dunedin, Otago

Restrictions: All Ages

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Listed by: Otago Museum

What is autism? How can you support family and friends on the spectrum? How do you experience daily life with autism and what is available to the Otago community to aid you?

Join psychologist Dr Marilyn Willis, autism advocate Tanea Paterson, and psychiatric nurse and educator Matthew Peppercorn for an open and thought-provoking discussion about Autism.

Hear first-hand from knowledgeable local advocates and professionals, and lend your voice to the conversation.

This free event is open to members of the public and will provide the opportunity to hear and learn more about autism in our community.

Venue: Barclay Theatre

This event will take place at Alert Level 2.
Bookings are essential, limited tickets are available to this event. If Level 2 restrictions apply all attendees are required to scan in, social distance and to wear a face-covering at all times during this event.

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