Countdown to Llandudno
The Autism Directory proudly present their LIVE Autism Shows, providing you with face to face access to the services, resources and provisions that are there to help autistics, their families and the professionals that support them.
Previously known as The Welsh Autism Shows, the same team are bringing you updated and improved Shows in Cardiff and Llandudno for 2020. After 3 years of running 5 shows and listening to your feedback we’ve got something yet again more spectacular for you this year.
A full day packed with exhibitors showcasing their products and services, seminars on topics that matter, and the opportunity to meet with other individuals, families and professionals – all to help you get the help you need.
“Amazing!!! The best show I have been too! Well organised and so many people”.Visitor from Cardiff
In addition at the Cardiff Show there will also be small group workshops, a Support Zone and Private 1-1 clinics all to help you get the right support you as an individual are looking for.
The flagship show is held in Cardiff City Stadium in the Capital of Wales and is attended by over 70 exhibitors and 3000 registered visitors. This show is on 9th October 2020.
The North Wales show is held in Venue Cymru, Llandudno and is attended by over 40 exhibitors and 1000 registered visitors. This show is in 15th May 2020.
Opportunities exist for organisations, support groups, business and all kinds of services to exhibit and sponsor the shows – and we want to make this accessible to all with generous discounts for the 3rd sector and not-for-profit groups so they can take part. Please ask us for details.
Visitors are able to talk to exhibitors, listen to seminars, attend workshops and are given the opportunity for one-to-one meetings with some of the organisations that can provide that specialist and bespoke support for your needs.
If you are an individual living with autism, a family member, or a professional that supports this community, then The Autism Directory LIVE shows are for you. We don’t believe that charging the autism community to access the shows is just or right, so visitor tickets are entirely free.
“It was my first time and I was very impressed with all the different stalls and advice that was here”Visitor from Llanishen