The annual Spectrum Space Symposium is a signature event for anyone with an interest in autism, its opportunities and challenges.
A unique event in Western Australia, the sixth Symposium features inspiring local, national and international thought-leaders in the field, including those with lived experience. Presentations will include keynote and breakout sessions on a wide range of topics designed to inform, inspire and engage.
The Spectrum Space Symposium 2021 brings together individuals on the spectrum, family members, carers, allied health professionals, service providers, educators, and anyone with an interest in autism, its strengths and challenges, and provides an excellent opportunity to connect and network. Keynote speakers include Andrew Whitehouse, Emma Goodall and Tom Tutton.
Watch this space for more information on speakers and their topics.
When: Saturday 29 May 2021
Where: Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre (BREC), 2 Blair Street, Bunbury WA 6230
Concession pricing: Available by clicking here.
Subsidies: Families and individuals with lived experience can apply for ticket and accommodation (if applicable) subsidies by filling in this form.
*Early bird discounts available until 13th April 2021
The program is a full day of keynote and breakout sessions, starting at 7.30am with a 5pm finish. Morning tea and coffee, as well as lunch, is included in the ticket price. Watch this space for a full program of events.
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The Spectrum Space Symposium 2021 in Bunbury will be held at the Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre.
We have limited subsidies that can be used towards accommodation costs. Please click here to download an application form. To find out more about the venue and how to get there please click button below.
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