Alex Lowery speaks about autism

Category: Support for families

  • 11.11.13

    Autism made me into a different person

    I remember the moment when it hit me. My beautiful child had autism. This wasn’t going away. The future seemed black. All the usual dreams parents have of their child growing up, getting a job, maybe getting married, having children....

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  • 14.10.13

    Living with Tom by Jo Worgan

    Hello. Today we have a special guest article by Jo Worgan who is a writer for the Autism Daily Newscast. Enjoy! I had the pleasure of ‘meeting’ Alex a few weeks ago over on twitter. I found his life story...

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  • 01.08.13

    What it’s like to have a Brother with Autism

    Below is a video from the perspective of a sibling of someone with autism, explaining what it’s like to have an autistic brother....

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  • 15.07.13

    Rosanna’s travel training by Annette and Rosanna Gilmore

    Guest article from Annette and Rosanna Gilmore Rox was born with Asperger’s syndrome although she was only diagnosed 11 years later. She has had to overcome numerous very stressful experiences in order to gain a certain level of independence. Today...

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  • 26.06.13

    Living with autism

    Below is a documentary about a 17 year old boy with Asperger Syndrome. It’s very interesting. I’d suggest checking it out....

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  • 15.05.13

    ABA and family life

    My memories of the impact of ABA on our family life. When Alex was 5 he attended a special school for children with autism. The school arranged an evening meeting with a guest speaker who was a Clinical Psychologist. He...

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  • 22.04.13

    Harm that can be done when ‘autism experts’ get it wrong

    Steven Brief is a young man who has regressed and is struggling to cope after an incident with an “autism expert”at school. Please read and pray for Steven and his family. To Whom It May Concern; This is Steven Brief...

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  • 11.04.13

    One family’s experience of brain training using Audiblox

    Audiblox is a brain training programme that we used with Alex  who has Autism and with John’s Alex’s dad after he had the stroke. Here is an article we wrote about Audiblox back in early 2011. Both John and Alex...

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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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