Cari colleghi ci fa piacere condividere con tutti voi questo momento di incontro internazionale sul PACT a cui chi di voi fosse interessato può iscriversi seguendo le indicazioni della brochure, unendosi ai circa 500 partecipanti tra clinici, ricercatori, genitori, caregivers.
Riportiamo in calce anche le parole della dott.sa Catherine Aldred dell’Università di Manchester a dimostrazione del riconoscimento e dell’importanza dell’esperienza italiana implementata in questi anni e del ruolo di primo piano che i TNPEE svolgono insieme ad altre figure professionali in questo delicato intervento mediato dai genitori.
- Dott. Andrea Bonifacio, Psicologo, TNPEE, Pact Official Trainer
- Dott.sa Giovanna Gison, Psicologo, TNPEE, Pact Official Trainer
“We are very excited to hearing your presentation and about your fabulous PACT training in Italy…. This is an excellent way to demonstrate the universal nature of autism and high quality intervention in the public sector .” Catherine Aldred
Gratuito per i genitori
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AUTISM – EVIDENCE INTO PRACTICE
There are evidence-based intervention and management strategies for autism spectrum disorder; why is it so hard to get them to all the families and individuals who need them?
What are the barriers and the methods to overcome them?
This conference addresses this “implementation gap” – both in the UK and internationally.
We have leading speakers addressing key aspects such as developing the evidence-base; the science of implementation, particularly in enduring conditions such as autism; national policy and locality evidence-based commissioning; philanthropy; and clinical practitioner experience on the ground.
The day will focus particularly on the example of the Paediatric Autism Communication Therapy (PACT) as an evidence-based early intervention that we have tried extensively to implement both in the UK and internationally. Our experience in doing this will be shared as the second theme of the day. But the difficulties in the lessons learned are applicable to any evidence-based practice in autism internationally and we wish to draw out these general lessons for us all.
One of the key lessons is that healthcare and education implementation requires many partners acting together; from clinicians, teachers, researchers, policymakers, charities, managers, commissioners – and not least “service users”, families, caregivers and autistic individuals themselves, who are often highly and effectively involved. We are delighted that all these groups are strongly represented at this symposium. We have learned when all these groups work together there can be a real activation for change – our goal is to progress the conversation from this symposium to bring about a step change in autism intervention to benefit all children and their families.