Ian C. Hale, Ph. D.
Dr. Hale, a Speaker, Consultant and Autism Advocate, is from the historic City and County of Bristol, England, a member of British Mensa, the Accademia Costantiniana and a graduate of Portsmouth, Bristol and Bath Spa Universities. His professional background is further and higher education, special education needs, organization and genetics. Dr. Hale has supported Invirtua’s animation for autism since 2015.
Being from a family with a history of Autism meant it has always been a part of his “normal” life and brings a radical new voice to its understanding and implication while lending a uniquely powerful and sharply different perspective to assessing and providing a high quality of educational and life experience for affected people, whether children, adults in the workplace or seniors- each group has their own particular viewpoint and needs. Autism is for life-and is seldom understood that way by society.
A highly professional and experienced Teacher, Research Academic and Counsellor, with broad Learning Disability skills. Able to both design and administer a wide range of courses in an effective and flexible manner, while utilizing them in a learning environment.
BA (Hons) University of Portsmouth.
Post Graduate Certificate of Education, giving Qualified Teacher Status, Bath College of Higher Education & University of Bristol.
Certified Adult and Distance Learning Instructor (County of Avon, Department of Education, England).
CLAIT (ECDL) Certified.
World Wide Web Awards, Bronze Medal Winner for HaBAS Website, 2008.
M.A. Professional Education Studies, Bath Spa University, 2008.
Ph.D. (H.C.) UNESCO, 2002.
Professor of Education and Humanities.
General Teaching Council of England
Life Extension Foundation (Hollywood, Florida)
Member of Mensa (The High IQ Society) #229655
Aardvark Web Consultant in Health and Education.
Academia Costantiniana, di Arti e Science (Palermo) # 327.
Member of The Methuselah Mouse Project and SENS (Cambridge University).
Member of Singularity Network, NASA-Ames, Palo Alto, 2010.
Member of UK Government Advisory Policy on Autism Strategy, 2009.
Member of Bath and North East Somerset Council of special panel on childcare provision, 2011.
Various Journal articles dating back to the 1980’s.
Various Poetry and Anthologies. (Stylus Publishing, UK)
Papers on Autism, for the National Autistic Society (UK)
HaBAS with (Professor David Burkart)
Completed (2003-08) a research project on the teaching of genetics and blood group heritability of classical Autism for Bath Spa University, published (2010).
Autism Spectrum Disorders: Essentials for patients, caregivers and parents. Published in SSRN, Dec 2010, reprinted 2011.
The Insiders Guide to Autism and Aspergers (Vook-Random House, NY 2013).
Creator of the fastest growing, fastest and most secure Social Network in the World www.voxsn.com (2014)
Qualified as a Teacher after receiving my first degree and began school teaching, before branching out into Youth Work, Drug Counselling, Adult Education, Special Education Needs, Employment and Personal Counselling to both young people and adults during a career in FE and HE lecturing. Joined Bath College of FE, in 1983, progressing to Head of Environmental Studies, then co-joined the University of Bath as Director of Foundation studies. Left in 2002 to pursue research work on autism, genetics and IT design.
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