Wednesday 25th October 2017 Special Mid-Week Debut Session of Third Series of 'Alphabet 12'.
On Wednesday 25th October 2017 Project Aspie (in conjunction with BMAG museum) presents a Special Mid-Week Debut Session of Third Series of ‘Alphabet 12’ which focuses on Practical Approaches Exploring ASD which features Special Lead Guest Speaker Commissioner Dr. Zoee Bartholomew, from CA, USA.
The session will also feature various Special Guest Speakers from various regions in the UK and Special Webinar Guest Speakers.
Justin Donne, Tom Weir and Mudassar Yasin at Project Aspie will be Event Hosts.
The Special Mid-Week Session will be Admission Ticket only and cost of tickets is £12.00, (proceeds will be divided between BMAG and Alphabet Quad activities). Tickets purchased before 25th October 2017 will include admission to a FREE special sensory workshop which will take place on Saturday 28th October 2017.
We strongly recommended that you purchase your tickets in advance to gurantee your place as admission is guaranteed on a first come, first serve basis. Cash payments WILL be accepted on the day, however a limited number of tickets will be available to purchase on the door.
The Special Mid-Week Session will take place at The Education Space, Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery between 1:00pm - 4:30pm. Refreshments and the opportunity to network will occur between 12:00pm-12.45pm.
Commissioner Dr. Zoee Bartholomew also known as “Dr. Behave” is an innovative educator specialising in facilitating how to manage challenging behaviours and address special education programming. Dr. Behave is a dynamic public speaker; who captures her audience through humorous life examples to make information easily understandable to a wide variety of audiences. She is seen as a support provider serving parents, teachers, administrators, community partners, and all other stakeholders in the special needs community. She creatively engages with her audience through appealing to their real life problems.