Kaleidoscope: How I Found the World When I Was Young by Alex Lowery

Part of the Kaleidoscope Festival: a week-long festival celebrating disability and challenging stereotypes
Last event: Saturday 15 September 2018 at 11am
  • £6
    Aged Under 16: Free

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Alex is autistic, diagnosed at four.

As a child, Alex found the world a horrifying place. He had heightened senses and a language of his own that very few people could understand. As he moved into his teens he found living life harder than everyone else. This was extremely difficult for him to accept.

For years he was terrified of people finding out he had autism.

Alex will be talking about these early years and how he has exceeded all expectations and is now as a public speaker, trainer, author and film maker student.

Certificate:

Suitable for all

Duration

Approx 50 mins

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