Details of the up and coming 'Alphabet 12' Community Impact Video taking place Wednesday 23rd August 2017.
On Wednesday 23rd August 2017 the up and coming ‘Alphabet 12’ Community Impact Video takes place which will be bringing a visual perspective of how ‘Alphabet 12’ has benefited the Asperger’s and Autism Community.
The video will cover the impact of the Second Series of ‘Alphabet 12’ which started on Saturday October 29th 2016 and Project Aspie and 'Alphabet 12' team are looking forward to the making of the video.
The video will feature various Lead Guest Speakers who contributed to the Second Series including Justin Donne, Bobbi Elman and Noushka Galley to name some examples of the great people who contributed to the Second Series of ‘Alphabet 12’ as Lead Guest Speakers.
“It's a pleasure to talk to a group of people who are so interested in what is being done in the wider community to support an understanding of autism.”
Leading Academics, Advocates and Professionals in the Autism World Community will also be featuring on the video including Paula Weerkamp-Bartholomeus, President ReAttach Therapy International Foundation based in Netherlands, Dr Ian Hale from Bristol and Dr Harold Reitman from USA and many more amazing people who have contributed to the Second Series of ‘Alphabet 12’ as Special Webinar Guest Speakers.
The video will also feature attendees of ‘Alphabet 12’ and members of the Project Aspie and ‘Alphabet 12’ Team including New Team Members who will be joining Project Aspie in September 2017 and the video will also feature supporters and partners of Project Aspie.
The ‘Alphabet 12’ Community Impact Video will be taking place Wednesday 23rd August 2017 between 10.00 am till 4.00 pm at Education Space, Birmingham Museum & Arts Gallery.
* Contributor Film Interviews take place between 12.00 midday till 3.00 pm.
More info on attending filming day of the ‘Alphabet 12’ Community Impact Video to gain a realism perspective of the community impact of ‘Alphabet 12’ please feel free to contact Graeme Croton or Lewis Summerfield at Project Aspie for more details.