6 – 9 AUGUST 2019, SEC, GLASGOW

(ACADEMY PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOPS ON 5 AUGUST 2019)

THE WORLD CONGRESS OF THE

INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE

SCIENTIFIC STUDY OF INTELLECTUAL

AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES

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IASSIDD 2019

6 – 9 AUGUST 2019, SEC, GLASGOW

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6 – 9 AUGUST 2019, SEC, GLASGOW

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Friends of the Congress

We are thankful to all organisations supporting IASSIDD 2019 by becoming a ‘Friend of the Congress’. The below organisations are sharing our interest in the globally important issues discussed at the Congress and we are grateful for their support.

If you are interested in supporting IASSIDD 2019 by becoming a Friend of the Congress, please email email us.

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The Scottish Commission for Learning Disability (SCLD)

The Scottish Commission for Learning Disability (SCLD) is the lead strategic partner to the Scottish Government in the delivery of learning disability strategy and policy.

The SCLD is an intermediary organisation for the learning disability sector in Scotland, and is committed to finding new and better ways to improve the lives of people with learning disabilities.

Find more information on www.scld.org.uk

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The University of Glasgow

Founded in 1451, the University of Glasgow is the fourth oldest university in the English-speaking world and welcomes students from more than 140 countries worldwide to Glasgow.

Find more information on www.gla.ac.uk

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Glasgow Caledonian University

Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) is a vibrant, innovative and multi-award winning University that is committed to its social mission to promote the common good.

Find more information on www.gcu.ac.uk

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Scottish Learning Disabilities Observatory (SLDO)

The Observatory has been set up to provide better information about the health and health care of people with learning disabilities and people with autism in Scotland. The Observatory will generate and translate information into knowledge, that is designed to inform actions, practice and policy to benefit people with learning disabilities and people with autism.

Find more information on www.sldo.ac.uk

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The SOLD Network

SOLD is a national network committed to preventing and reducing offending.  We aim to improve support for people who need support with communication and understanding, and are at risk of, accused, or convicted of committing a crime.  This includes people with learning disabilities, autism, foetal alcohol spectrum disorder, acquired brain injury, or other cognitive or neurological impairment.  Delivered in partnership between ARC Scotland, People First Scotland and the National Autistic Society, the work of SOLD is funded by the Scottish Government Community Justice Division.

Support and guidance for our work comes from a User group of people with cognitive and neurological impairments who have experience of the criminal justice system, and an Advisory group of professionals and a representative from the User group.

Find more information on www.soldnetwork.org.uk

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