Dean talks about how his life has changed being in lockdown and advice on how to cope better.
This is an opportunity to see how people in our community have been coping during this difficult time of Lockdown alone or in the community. Hear the different voices as people of all abilities express their emotions, fears, and anxiety and share their stories through videos, podcasts, pictures and photos. All of these can be seen on this website each day throughout June.
Listen to the joy that remains and the hope for the future in the songs sung by our Let’s Sing Out choir! Learn more about Autism; peoples experiences and individual talents. See examples of good practice and hear about all the positive work that continues in Enfield by Autistic people and people with a learning difficulty.
Want to ask our guest speakers questions in our Questions and Answers sessions or be apart of our live chat? Then please feel free to fill our online form by clicking here or you can email us at email@example.com. If you want remain anonymous you can still send in your question(s) and this will be put to the panel. If you wish to be apart of the the live chat, it will be recorded and shown in this conference and we require your written permission for this. Once you have emailed your request to be apart of the live chat or have indicated this in the survey, we email you a video consent form and you can let us know your question(s) which we require in advance.
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Elizabeth shows us what she has been up to since lockdown began with her art and crafts.
Lesley tells us about her life working from home.
Robyn Steward introduces herself and entertains us with her music.
One-to-One Members have worked with Niburu London to talk about happiness through the lockdown.
Liz and Hannah show us what they have been cooking during the lockdown.
Osman shows us a selection of photos that he has taken and his life in lockdown.
Lesley gives us an update on the Government guidelines.
Robyn shares her thoughts with us in this inspiring talk.
Ashley tells us about life in lockdown.
Robyn shares her new book with us.
We take a look into Enfield Carers Centre and what they have been doing through the lockdown.
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Faye tells us about her life as a key worker and what she has been doing during her spare time.
Sarah-Jane gives us a brilliant talk about coping with anxiety.
Sarah-Jane gives us another wonderful talk, this time about dealing with failure.
One-to-One Members have worked with Niburu London in a range of podcasts. Listen and enjoy.
Sarah-Jane talks about her book, A Different Joy.
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Sarah-Jane has been answering your questions from both of her talks over the week.
Rhi reads an extract from her play “The Duck” and her poems.
Kevin shares with us what makes him happy.
Rhi Lloyd-Williams shares her thoughts with us in this talk.
Sarah shares what lockdown has been like for her.
One-to-One have been working with Niburu London to create a vlog about the positives that people are experiencing during lockdown.
Rhi has been answering your questions.
Camilla and Pamela Farrant (Music Therapy Tree) have been filming this documentary on life behind the scenes for the Let’s Sing Out Choir during Lockdown, as they support members to participate in the choir.
The Let’s Sing Out Choir performance, produced and directed by Camilla Farrant, Music Therapist.
Dr Brian Fitzgerald, Consultant Psychiatrist for the Enfield Integrated Learning Disability Service and CNWL NHS Trust closes the conference.
Dean Beadle performs the song “Don’t Go.”
We would like to thank everyone for their contributions and for taking part in this conference.
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We would like to know your thoughts and feedback about our online Autism Conference: Life in Lockdown. We have designed two ways in which you can give us feedback. You can choose which way suits you. You can either do an online survey which takes on average 5 minutes to complete or a word document which you can then complete, save and then send back to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.