Bullying affects so many children and adults and the results can be damaging for them and everyone around them. If you’re suffering, speak up – (you’ll be surprised how much people will want to help), and if you see it, stand up to it. Please share, even if this makes a difference to one person.
On Wednesday 28th September Austin Hughes our Senior Practitioner was supporting the launch of BT Sport and the Premiere League Disability Day in London. We are pleased to announce they are putting more funding into ‘inclusion’, working with West Ham...read more
IARA 2016: Check Out The Winners and The Closing Remarks of Founder Helen Bola Imuaphe The 2016 edition of the International Achievement Recognition Awards (IARA) was held on September 17 in Central London and it was a huge success. The founder of IARA (Mrs. Helen...read more
Congratulations to our Charity Ambassador the winner of The Positive Role Model Award for Disability at the National Diversity Awards. We are all sooo proud of you Aston from everyone at AnnaKennedyonline! Aston continues to promote autism through performing arts at...read more
BBC Two’s Great British Menu is back on each week day at 7.30 pm and, this year, it makes history as the Palace of Westminster opens its doors for the first televised banquet to be held in the historic House of Commons Members’ Dining Room. Anna will be...read more
Autism’s Got Talent Opens its doors once again for 2017! If you have a relative, child or a friend who is on the autism spectrum and has a great talent that they could share with others then why not get in touch with us? Maybe you yourself are on the spectrum and have...read more
We have some exciting news to share!!!! I have been currently working with Maggie Paterson Principal of Pineapple Arts on providing Sponsorship for three lucky individuals on the autism spectrum who will attend the famous Pineapple Dance Studios Covent...read more
Spitalfields, London – 3rd July 2016, Anna Kennedy OBE, and her charity Anna Kennedy online with her Charity Champions Mala Thapar and Jo Wiggins Anand worked diligently to showcase a vibrant series of amazing Flashmobs. With Big Dance week kicking off in London over...read more
UK autism charity, Anna Kennedy Online is delighted to announce that their young patron Ryan Wiggins has been honoured with a Diana Award. Ryan Wiggins, 15 from Watford, has received the Diana Award for his charity work for Anna Kennedy Online, including volunteering,...read more
STATEMENT REGARDING BAKER SMALL FROM Anna Kennedy Online Anna Kennedy Online has received many contacts from its supporters regarding messages posted on social media by law firm Baker Small, a firm who is notorious for the approach it uses when representing Local...read more
Anna Kennedy Online is celebrating fathers living with autism this Father’s Day. Adeptly titled ‘Three Men and a Little Lady’, the charity has created a film focusing on the father’s perspective of autism. Featuring three interviews from dads, and an open and honest...read more
Don’t forget to post your selfies this weekend on social media! We love seeing all those wonderful pictures from around the world helping raise Autism Awareness. Anna has set the ball rolling with this fab picture with Angelo. Don’t forget to add the...read more
Anna Kennedy OBE UK Autism Ambassador, Austin Hughes Senior Behavioural Support and Training Officer, Sean Kennedy Legal Adviser and parent Jen Leavesley took to the podium in the renowned ‘Churchill Room’ to speak about autism and the 3Ds. Diagnosis, Discrimination and Disability. The average time for autism diagnosis is five years, a sad fact but unnervingly true. This length of time can lead to various complications linked to discrimination and delayed development and exposure to the correct resources and support. Read the full story here.
Think of goHenry as an online family bank account. The solution combines a goHenry Cash card with parental controls and web and mobile apps that focus on earning, saving Spending responsibly. It’s been designed specifically for children and their parents. It’s incredibly easy to use, it’s visual, it’s safe and it’s empowering. Read the full article here
Congratulations to all your 2015 performers!