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Autism Hero Awards 2019 Finalists Announced

Dr Anna Kennedy OBE

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Dr Anna Kennedy OBE, (2019, September 17). Autism Hero Awards 2019 Finalists Announced. Psychreg on Special Needs. https://www.psychreg.org/autism-hero-awards-2019/
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Our judges had a really tough time selecting the finalists this year for Autism Hero Awards 2019, as so many people give so much time to help the lives of others. It was hard to choose finalists because they are all so deserving.

The Autism Community therefore has so much to give to society of large and they are all winners!

‘Together with my team we want to celebrate the unforgotten heroes that go the extra mile and make life-changing steps that impact and improve the quality of life for autistic individuals and the lives of their families.There will also be a Special Recognition Award and Charity Volunteer of the Year which will be announced on the night. I look forward to meeting you and congratulations for being a finalist.’

Outstanding Community Award

  • Melanie Timberlake
  • Clair Prosser
  • Jane Lord

Parent / Carer Award

  • Kenny Elvin
  • Lisa Monaghan
  • Louise Quinn-Flipping

Lifetime Award

  • Mark Morton
  • Tanya Phillips
  • Becky Farmer

Personal Achievement Award

  • Kelly Waite
  • Charlotte Banfield
  • Martin Hunter

Online Social Award

  • Freddie Smith
  • Nikki Robertson
  • Laura Price

Sibling of the Year Award

  • Owen Elvin
  • Alice Partington
  • Seray Marius

Creative Arts and Media Award

  • Melissa Hutchings
  • Noah Loo
  • Siddharth Gadiyar

People’s Autism Hero Award

  • Richard Smith
  • Hazel Lim
  • Louise Kirby

Young Person of the Year Award

  • Morgan Smith
  • Jermaine Cartwright 
  • Jayden Worthington

Outstanding Education Award

  • Agata Benson
  • Joel Mellor
  • Donna Swan
  • Deborah Shepherd

Leading Business Award

  • Tom Cliffe
  • Ali Knowles
  • Portland College
  • Richard Featherstone

Entrepreneurial Award

  • Rebecca Taylor
  • Richard Smith

The evening will commence at 6pm with a red-carpet welcome drink on arrival, a delicious three-course meal, DJ, entertainment. Carriages at 12.30. Click here to buy your tickets!

All proceeds for the evening will be donated to the Anna Kennedy Online charity to continue its dynamic work in raising autism awareness within society.


Dr Anna Kennedy OBE is an educator who has worked to provide an improved education and other facilities for children with autism spectrum disorders.

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