The 17th International Conference on Offenders with an Intellectual and/or Developmental Disability will be happening on the 11 and 12th April in Birmingham.
If you work with offenders with an intellectual and/or developmental disability, including autism, join us to discover the latest thinking from eminent international speakers. Our concurrent sessions offer you the chance to also learn from smaller scale research and innovations, choosing sessions that benefit your work. The conference also offers unparalleled networking opportunities for delegates from the UK and overseas.
Why attend this conference?
• Gain an overview of forensic learning disability and developmental disability services from an international perspective.
• Hear the latest thinking on legal aspects and complex needs treatment approaches – what works?
• Discuss different models of care for effective clinical interventions.
• Improve benchmarking in forensic LD and developmental disability settings.
• Evaluate the education and training needs of your team.
• Find out more about offenders with autism spectrum disorders, including Asperger syndrome.
There will also be a one day ‘Preventing sexual offending and reoffending in autistic teens’ workshop on Tuesday 10th April, that takes an in-depth look at a variety of aspects of sexual offending by autistic teenagers. For international delegates we offer a specially designed orientation day and a site visit to a secure service.
For sponsorship and exhibition enquiries please get in touch.
2 days: GBP 365
1 day: GBP 245
Speakers: Andrea Hollomotz, Rachel Loftin, Chrissie Rogers, Laurie Sperry, John L Tayor