Date: Thursday 7 March 2013
Location: King’s House Conference Centre
This event is a unique opportunity to hear world-famous author and comedienne, Rudy Simone, talk about her life and experiences. Rudy is a truly inspirational speaker who talks openly and passionately about the challenges of living in a world that is not designed for people with autism, and about the unique challenges of being a woman on the spectrum. Rudy uses entertaining stories and personal experiences to illustrate coping strategies and how people with autism can celebrate their abilities and, doing so, become more empowered.
As well as hearing Rudy speak, audience members will have the opportunity to ask Rudy questions about herself and to seek her advice and opinions, plus buy signed copies of her books.
If you’d like to come along to the evening, you can book your place online or by telephone.
Book by telephone
Call Janet Matthews on 0115 911 3367 (9am-5pm, Mon-Fri)
Audience members will have the opportunity to ask Rudy questions and seek her advice and opinions, plus buy signed copies of her books.
The event starts at 18.45 (open for registration at 18.00)
Fees: £14 +VAT (NAS member rate), £18 +VAT (standard), Special offer: book two places and the third will be half price.