Something worth adding to your diary, The Autism Show will be opening its doors again in Birmingham this weekend, and Manchester on the 26/27th at EventCity (where yours truly will be giving his talk on The Hub - Theatre One on Hidden Traits to nourish which proved to be very popular in the London event last weekend). There is much to experience at both remaining events, and you will be kicking yourself if you miss it. And if you make it to the Manchester event, be sure to pop your head in at the Autistics UK stand where I will be when not talking to the masses.

The Autism Show offers more information, advice, products and services on autism (including Asperger syndrome) than can be found anywhere else in the UK. This year in the NEC Birmingham don't miss Dr Carole Buckley speaking about how GPs can support people with autism; Sarah Hendrickx discussing social and personal relationships on the autism spectrum; and the interactive Get Cycling Test Track and Sensory Classroom features. And when in Manchester, also don’t miss Senior Specialist Educational Psychologist, Dr Madeleine Portwood speaking about understanding the child behind the label; Consultant Behaviour Analyst, Dr Paul Holland discussing Challenging Behaviour and ABA; and an exclusive performance from The Autistic Superstars.