AnnaKennedyonline in partnership with ‘Autism Reality Experience’ to raise further awareness across the country!
Anna Kennedy Online have some exciting news to share with you, we are very proud to formally announce our new partnership with Training 2 Care to raise Autism Awareness across the UK!
7th June 2018
What's it like to have autism? 'My senses were under attack'
25th October 2017
National Autistic Society
Innovative new autism sensory experience launched in the UK
Anna Kennedy OBE discusses the Autism Reality Experience on radio show
This week Anna Kennedy OBE will be chatting to Chelsey Cookson on Womens Radio Station. Chelsey also a parent of a young man on the autism spectrum and a member of the Training2Care Team based in Colchester talks to Anna about the Autism Reality Experienc
30th July 2018
The Daily Mail
'I had dementia for eight minutes' - reporter Chad Nugent takes on Mobile Virtual Dementia Tour at Mistley Manor
Aston Avery is Autistic and Proud
Aston Avery an Ambassador for Autism National Charity AnnaKennedyonline supported by his parents and Charity Champions Couple Keith and Dawn Avery.
5th July 2018
Physical effects of dementia can now be experienced virtually
Sadie Nine BBC Essex
Award winning radio clip about the Virtual Dementia Tour
York St John University
student-led OT society have arranged an exciting programme of sessions this year to compliment their programme of study.
24th October 2017
The Daily Mail
Want to know what it feels like to have autism? Now you can: Mobile tour which gives people a first-hand experience of the condition is launched in the UK
Eastern Daily Press
Want to know what it’s like to have autism? Mobile tour gives people the chance to experience the condition first hand
New autism sensory experience set to visit Milton Keynes
A new immersive sensory experience, which can help people to understand more about some of the sensory difficulties faced by autistic people, launched earlier this year.
Virtual tour brings dementia awareness to life
There are currently more than 850,000 people with dementia in the UK, with the number set to rise to over a million by 2025.