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Autistic Adults and other Stakeholders Engage Together


Saturday, November 10, 2018 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Location: Renaissance West

Session Description

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This is the AASET Project's Year 2 Meeting. Autistic adults have multiple, chronic, and potentially preventable healthcare needs as compared to same-aged adults without ASD, but we know very little about why these differences are occurring and how to improve outcomes. Our team will prioritize the specific positive health and healthcare outcomes desired by autistic adults, identify potential evidence-based interventions from the perspective of autistic adults, and will involve other stakeholders in identifying interventions to address priority topics.

We envision a world in which autistic adults have access to appropriate healthcare to support positive health outcomes.

 

Agenda Highlights

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Opening Session

Stephen Shore, Alex Plank, and Teal Benevides

Keynote

Paul Shattuck, PhD: Engaging Key Stakeholders in Autism Research

Panel Discussion

Priority Setting and Engagement with Autistic Adults in Research

Twitter Chat

with Alex Plank

Breakout Sessions

  • Gender & Health
  • Mental Health
  • Access to Healthcare

Registration

This meeting is open to all interested individuals, including AUCD network trainees. There is no charge to attend this meeting. Use the button below to register through the AASET website.

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Anyone wishing to attend the AUCD Conference must register for that separately.

 

Questions

Learn more about AASET at www.autistichealth.org, www.facebook.com/autistichealth or contact@autistichealth.org

 


 

This meeting is funded through a Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) Engagement Award Initiative (EAIN-4208). The content does not necessarily represent the views of the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI), its Board of Governors, or Methodology Committee.