Alex Lowery speaks about autism

Forthcoming events

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‘Geeks United’ New weekly mens social group in Holywell

Alex is working collaboratively with Kim Inspire to get this new group started. The meeting will be led open to anyone who identifies as a geek. Come along and lets have some fun. For more info email info@alexlowery.co.uk

The first meeting is on the 18th January at 10-12 a.m.

Venue : KIM Inspire The Hub, Park Lane, Holywell, Flintshire, CH8 7UR

Come along to plan the sessions up to Easter.

 

  • Alex and his mum will be speaking about Alex’s childhood and education, Grosvenor Church,pin Show Map Grosvenor Church Old Station Road, EX32 8PB Barnstaple, Devon

    05 July 2017 at 19.00 -21.30
    Grosvenor Church,pin Show Map Grosvenor Church Old Station Road, EX32 8PB Barnstaple, Devon
    £7.50 in advance, £7.50 on the door, children under 12 Free
    Spaces available
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    Alex was home educated and for a lot of his childhood growing up Autistic.. Here is an opportunity to hear both Alex and Sylvia’s perspective moving from Alex ‘s early years, diagnosis and then moving into home education and receiving ABA therapy for a number of years. Limited places, 30 available, book to confirm your space.

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  • ‘Growing up with Autism’ and ‘Autism Myths’ with Alex Lowery

    06 July 2017 at 13.00 -15.30
    St.John's Church, Hall, Newport, 37 South St, Barnstaple EX32 9DT
    £7.50 in advance, £8.00 on the door, children under 12 free
    Spaces available
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    Alex Lowery is a young autistic man who is a professional trainer and speaker on autism. He is a Youth Patron for campaigns with Ambitious About Autism and has written a book about his life. He 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, and 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.’ Alex receives support in his business through Access to Work and family members.

    Alex will be talking about how he found out he had autism and the way in which he learnt to accept and embrace who he is. In the second talk Alex will be speaking about the many myths that surround autism.

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Organisations Alex has worked with

  • Autism Cymru
  • Chester University
  • Glyndwr University
  • National Autistic Society
  • St John's Ambulance
  • Welsh Government

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