Practical Guidance on the Challenges of Autism is on Tuesday 20 May at Dunchurch Park Hotel & Conference Centre, between 10.00am and 3.30pm.
It is being held by the Hesley Group, one of the UK's leading providers of specialist autism support.
The day will be chaired by Professor Barry Carpenter who has overseen the development of a national project developing online training materials for teachers of children with severe, profound or complex learning disabilities.
Also speaking will be John Clements, a clinical psychologist, celebrated author and inspirational speaker; and Angela Stanton-Greenwood, a therapeutic crisis intervention consultant to New York's Cornell University, while Cathy and Martin Billett will share their experiences of being parents of an autistic child.
In the afternoon there will be workshops on how to respond to a child's rising stress levels and an insight into families' needs, as well as an open forum.
David Maynard, the Hesley Group's director of partnerships & business development, said: "The aim of this event is to provide parents and carers with approaches directly relevant to their needs and those of their children; and some signposts to further positive and pragmatic guidance and support.
"The seminar will draw together further guidance on positively addressing behavioural challenges and accessing the right resources, particularly for children and young people with autism.
"Our speakers bring with them in-depth knowledge and many years' experience to deliver practical presentations and interactive workshops."
Full details of the event can be found at bit.ly/dunchurch.