The team were invited to present at the National Autistic Society Professionals Conference in March 2019. Tessa Morton
The team were invited to present at the National Autistic Society Professionals Conference in March 2019. Jane Gurnett
The team were invited to present at the National Autistic Society Professionals Conference in March 2019. Students Q&A
Accepting our National Autistic Society - Professionals Award.
Our team member Jordan talking at Anna Kennedy's Autism Expo in March 2019.
Act for Autism is a social enterprise based in Warwickshire that was founded in 2016 By Tessa Morton and Jane Gurnett and its purpose is to empower autistic kids to have a voice and use that voice to share more about autism with the wider community. In the short time...
Luca, one of the cast shares it with 300 teachers in his school. The feedback was amazing and Luca was impressive.
Act for Autism’s first film, Autism Voices has been successful in winning a prestigious award at the Golden Door Film Festival in New Jersey. The producer Joy went to collect the award and was overwhelmed by the response. Well done cast and here’s to the next film...
How can Shakespeare’s iambic pentameter enable inclusion of and encourage participation of autistic pupils in a year 7 boy’s mainstream classroom?
Courtesy of: www.emeraldinsight.com Jane Elizabeth Gurnett, (University of Birmingham, Birmingham, UK) (Act for Autism, Perth, Australia) The purpose of this paper is to facilitate a greater understanding of verbal and non-verbal communication in an openspace learning...
What people are saying about our film.