Once again, the team from the Chair in ASD Treatment and Care Research at York University is partnering with TEDxYorkU to host a 2nd TEDxYorkUSalon, this time, focusing on innovations for people with autism within their community and in research.
These TEDxYorkUSalons provide a forum for ideas within the Canadian autism community of stakeholders. In the upcoming Salon, we will be showcasing 4 TEDx speakers in a series of 10-minute talks that will be put online following the event. After the Salon portion, we will have lightening talks – 3 minute talks by a dozen researchers in the ASD field (from York University and other universities in the GTHA). These lightening talks will showcase innovative research related to autism.
If you are coming, be ready for interactive sessions to discuss the ideas you’ve heard!
Feel free to tell your friends and followers about the 2017 Event using the following hashtag: #TEDxYorkUAutInnov
The first Salon, Spectrum, was held on May 28, 2016, and focused on concerns relevant to transition-age youth and to adults with autism.
Here is a snapshot of the 2016 Salon and links to the YouTube playlist. You can click on the “TALKS” tab in the menu to view the talks as well.
Feel free to tell your friends and followers about the 2016 Event using the following hashtag: #TEDxYorkUSpectrum
For more information about the TEDx Program, click here.