Anna Kennedy Online presents an Autism Awareness Comic written by Jo Redman our Charity Patron.
In December 2013 the comic was launched at House of Commons and was very well received. These comics are useful for Schools and Colleges to raise awareness about the condition.
Wear It For Autism’ is pampering mums, dads, children and carers – who either have autism themselves or care for those living with the condition – they are having a full makeover and taking centre-stage in a super-stylish fashion event at London’s Millenium Hotel Knightsbridge on Oct 6th.
We’ve all heard ‘Education Education Education’ and ‘Location Location Location’ but now it’s time for ‘Structure Structure Structure!’. Structure and routine are often serious issues for those on the Spectrum. Even to those without the almost obsessive need to know ‘what, where, when’ there is often an underlying need for structure. We may not always see it as some do but it is there.
Uniquely performed by a complete cast of adults proud to be on the autism spectrum, they are offering audiences the opportunity to learn a thing or two straight from the horse’s mouth.
The Trip, a new comedy supported by Hillcrest Care Limited and Anna Kennedy Online, stands at the forefront of its genre in its quest to raise awareness about the complex condition that is autism. Writer and director, Jamie Foster, displays a flare for showcasing human emotions and relationships, having been undoubtedly influenced by John Godber and Simon Stephens; this is a moving piece that hopes to strike a chord with all that witness it.