Changing attitudes to autism one person at a time.
Alex Lowery is a 23 year old autistic man who who is a professional trainer and speaker on autism. He is also a Youth Patron for campaigns with Ambitious About Autism. He is also a panel member expert for Autkids Magazine. Alex has written a book about his life and travels the UK to share his story and understanding of autism. Alex recently took part in the BBC documentary ‘Richard and Jaco, life with autism recently.’ Alex’s confidence comes from his passion to move society from awareness to acceptance. He is driven to make a difference, to this end he has with support started a Neurodiverse social group called ‘Geeks United’. Alex is a riveting speaker who uses humour to engage with the audience, his motto is ‘Changing attitudes towards ASC one person at a time.’
Why Autism Training?
Changing attitudes one person at a time.
Alex has been providing talks and training for parents and professionals for over five years. He aims to offer high quality affordable training. When Alex began his business online training was included in the business future plans. We managed to publish his book ‘Thinking Club A filmstrip of my life as a person with autism and until recently we sold autism awareness DVD’s. However the long term aim was to provide online training. We wanted to provide a training experience that was interesting and interactive, with video clips, quizzes, personal stories and links that could aid learning. We are both very excited to have finally started this new venture. We would value any feedback, good and bad that will help us to make this an excellent resource.
Thought proving articles around autism and neurodiversity.
Alex receives positive feedback from all of his clients. Here are some examples of the kind of feedback he is given.