Forging the path to Autism Awareness

Anna Kennedy Online may be a small charity and  but the charity does big things and is made up mostly of volunteers who combine the ethos and integrity of the founder Dr Anna Kennedy OBE  who is passionate about helping society and raising Autism Awareness across the globe by making a difference and by caring about individuals. Anna Kennedy Online have built contacts in the community and reaching out to families, bringing together groups of people and enticing the communities to take part and get involved in what we do, from community days, Zumbathons, Flashmobs to empowering individuals with workshops and also collaborating with a large range of companies and charities to raise Autism Awareness within mainstream.

Our charity has the right ethos and the positive integrity to helping and supporting communities right across the UK and beyond, click here for our event details.

Our campaigns are detailed below – we are not a mainstream charity and like to be different.

Anna Kennedy Online have been raising awareness through various communities through plug in talks and Schools, colleges and workplaces to promote the #GIVEUSABREAK campaign and to raise Autism Awareness with the support of Anna Kennedy Online, which in turn has promoted networking and endorsed partnerships.

The Give us a break campaign has been targeted in schools and colleges across the UK and has also now spread and been fundamental in workplaces and institutions that have benefited so much from sharing knowledge and life experiences .

Click here for more details of our Give Us A Break campaign.

Anna Kennedy Online Online have launched Autism and cultural issues campaign #Togetherweareacommunity that we shall continue to highlight.

Anna Kennedy OBE Autism Campaigner throughout the years has spoken to many families who are experiencing  Cultural stigmatisation and this is unnecessary family pressure and an additional strain placed on parents that is unjustified and unfair.

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Every year we celebrate Step in the Right Direction Autism Dance Day and in our first year we received UNESCO Patronage. It was a fantastic success and everyone was dancing in lots Schools, Colleges ,Offices ,Youth Clubs, in your lounge at home in fact everywhere across the UK.

On the last Friday in April every year we celebrate this event and we encourage large numbers of special needs and mainstream schools to organise dance events to raise funds for Autism. We all know the positive benefits of dance for those with Autism and this has been demonstrated in the DVD Step in the right Direction available on Amazon. 

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