Join Anna Kennedy Online for the ninth annual
World Autism Awareness Day on April 2, 2017.
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Thank you for making the Autism Hero Awards a HUGE success.
Congratulations to all our winners!
Click below to see the winners of the Autism Hero Awards 2016
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.
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Congratulations to Anna for such putting across our message and making us proud!
We are excited to announce our first Autism Hero Awards to be held at the prestigious Amba Hotel – Mayfair, Bryanston Street, London, W1H 7EH on Saturday 1st October 2016. Join us for an exciting evening highlighting the outstanding work and support in the...read more
With amazing performances, special announcements, and a host of celebrities, this years Autism’s Got Talent, hosted by Anna Kennedy OBE and supported by Pineapple Performing Arts, was the best year yet! Autism’s Got Talent provides a platform that showcases an...read more
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Experts agree that dance helps children with an autism spectrum condition develop better, and it can also help them connect more with others. Autism Dance Day is now in its fifth year and always on the last Friday of April and this year on April 29 !!! Soooo strike a...read more
The Tower Project has worked in collaboration with the London Symphony Orchestra in delivering workshops where by musicians from the orchestra visited the Tower Project’s First Start service building situated at the Isle of Dogs, East London. The Tower Project decided...read more
Today is the start of Autism Awareness Month kicking off with World Autism Awareness Day April 2 which has been trending on Twitter. During the month of April my Team and I will be busy raising awareness for autism and preparing for Autism’s Got Talent in May....read more
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Jade Clark a student from Sharnbrook Upper School and Sixth Form had to create a Social Action project for her Media course on a charity that she supports . We are proud to say Jade chose AnnaKennedyonline. This is because she attended one of our charity events with...read more
Congratulations to all the 2016 Autism’s Got Talent performers !!! As ever, it’s been such a difficult job selecting the final acts for May 7 to perform at Mermaid Theatre London. Doors open at 6.00 pm We love to showcase a huge variety of performers that are out...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!