Anna Kennedy Online partners with NHS

Anna Kennedy Online partners with NHS

AnnaKennedyonline is proud to be part of this new project with NHS: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/university-careers-fair-for-autistic-students-in-partnership-with-the-nhs-tickets-50167799238

‘The Empower Programme is also being supported by Anna Kennedy Online, a charity that is passionate about helping society and raising Autism Awareness and acceptance across the globe by making a difference through their dedication to reaching out and supporting communities”.

Here are more details:

An Exploration of Higher Education Courses and Careers in the Health Sector:
Autism-specific events don’t come around often, especially those that focus on education and employment. This is why we are very excited about hosting the first University Careers Fair for Autistic Students that will take place at the City of Liverpool College, on Wednesday 12th December.

About the event:
The event is a joint collaboration between Edge Hill University, the University of Liverpool, Hope University, John Moores University, Chester University and NHS Trusts from across Cheshire and Merseyside.

The Empower Programme is also being supported by Anna Kennedy Online, a charity that is passionate about helping society and raising Autism Awareness and acceptance across the globe by making a difference through their dedication to reaching out and supporting communities.

The event will be extremely useful for students that are considering university, and would like to find out more about the range of courses available and support offered.

In addition to this you will also have the opportunity to find out about a wide range of careers available in the NHS (no it’s not just doctors and nurses!!) and speak to professionals about different roles.

Click here to register.

A champion’s perspective of the Autism Hero Awards 2018

A champion’s perspective of the Autism Hero Awards 2018

Beverly Guest, one of our Charity Champions, who writes her own blog and has created this article below about the Autism Hero Awards from her own perspective. 

Please do scroll down and read her beautifully written article, as its a true synopsis as to what really does go on: