Alphabetically Autistic is a social enterprise set up to provide hands on informative courses for people touched by autism.  

Written by parents of children on the autistic spectrum with guest speakers and featuring professionals from special education needs backgrounds.

Alphabetically Autistic will also establish a range of activities aimed at enhancing public perceptions of those on the autistic spectrum.  

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Alison Is Mother To Two Boys. Her Youngest Son Jay Has ASD. Alison Began Looking At And Trying To Understand All Things Autistic 13yrs Ago When Jay Was Diagnosed. With Years Of Dealing With & Working Through The Same Problems You Are Dealing With, Alison Now Wants To Share Her Experiences Through Alphabetically Autistic. Alison Is Also An Actress & Play-Write And She Has Written A Play 'The Life Of Reilly' Which Is About The Experiences Of A Young Man With Autism. This Play Will Be Produced By Alphabetically Autistic & Alison's Other Company Red Diamond Theatre & Will First Be Performed In Nov 2016. Alison Has Also Written A Children's Version Called 'Really! Reilly!' Which Will Be Performed In Schools To Raise Awareness & Promote Understanding Of ASD.

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Kelly Best Is A Mother Of 2 Boys. 1 Neuro-Typical And The Other High Functioning ASD Who Is Now 21 Years Of Age And Studying At University.  Kelly was widowed at a young age and raised the boys as a single parent and In A Time When Autism Diagnosis Were Few And Far Between Kelly Struggled With Little To No Professional Help And Learned To Deal And Research Behaviours Herself.   Kelly Has Been Studying Now For 4 Years And Is A Qualified Counsellor, She Also Gives Free Time To Counselling For Place 2 Be.

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Christine Stephenson Is 43 And A Married Mother Of 3 Boys Aged 19, 9 And 5. The Youngest Of The Boys Reilly Is Non Verbal And Autistic. Christine Began Blogging About The Life Of Reilly In April For Autism Awareness Month As A Bid To Help Her Friends And Family Understand How Complicated Life Can Sometimes Be With A Little One On The Autistic Spectrum. The Blog Has Proved Extremely Popular And Is Read All Over The World And Has Received Excellent Feedback For Christine’s Honest And Humorous Thoughts On Living The Life Of Reilly.