Autism All Stars - April's Cause of the Month


Posted on April 19th, 2020 by Nina Chinsky

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The intention of Autism All Stars is to increase understanding of the different manifestations of autism and its related conditions, and to promote the acceptance and inclusion of autistic people of all ages and abilities.

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We were founded following the tragic suicide of a young teenager who had all the symptoms of autism but was never formally diagnosed and our intention is to let everyone know that even if they’re different to those around them, they do belong somewhere and they’re never alone.

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We encourage people to look within themselves and recognise that the things they love and enjoy can be used to raise money, however unusual they might seem, and as a result we’ve become very popular with the cosplay community over the years. We’re proud that we’ve been able to build a wonderful reputation for our colourful character events including ‘Doctor Who’ days with real Daleks, ‘Star Wars’ days with real Stormtroopers and both ‘Dinosaur’ and ‘Dragon’ days where our supporters can meet and interact with spectacular animatronic puppets. We hold regular ‘Icons for Autism’ days where we’re joined by Batman, Sonic, Spider-Man, Captain America and many more, where everyone is made welcome and given time to interact in their own way.

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We also run autism-friendly film clubs offering free tickets to local families and have a fully-equipped portable sensory den that we take to events and relaxed theatre performances, giving autistic people and their loved ones somewhere they can unwind if things get too much.
Our mission includes spreading a message of equality, and promoting acceptance of what autism and its related conditions – ADD, ADHD, Tourette’s, epilepsy, dyslexia, dyspraxia, PDA etc. – are really about.

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We aim to demystify autism and make it appear less frightening by informing people of the positives of living on the autism spectrum as well as the challenges.
We therefore use an upbeat and proactive approach via our website, blog and extensive social media platforms which helps raise self-esteem and self-confidence in autistic children and adults, their families and friends. Meanwhile, our CEO works tirelessly behind the scenes supporting parents of autistic children, distressed and/or isolated autistic teenagers and adults, and adults who may have missed their diagnosis for some reason.
We’re a very small charity with a huge drive to help create a happier, more inclusive world for autistic people, and since we were founded in 2010 we’ve made a really big difference to many people’s lives.



This charity is run by such special people and they do such amazing work for the autism community. Their events are fun and interactive and always so exciting! These people have their hearts in the right place and are doing such a good thing for people who don't ordinarily enjoy going to social events or gatherings so Autism All Stars tailor their events to include all people on the autistic spectrum. My family certainly benefit from this charity so I urge each and every other person to support this wonderful charity!

Author: Cindy | On: 2020-04-20 10:00:14

What an amazing, unique and positive charity!!! Wish them all the best. They deserve all the support they get and much more!

Author: Chris Ramsay | On: 2020-04-17 12:34:02

What an amazing, unique and positive charity!!! Wish them all the best. They deserve all the support they get and more!

Author: Chris | On: 2020-04-17 12:32:10

A really fantastic charity. So many awesome events with all of their superheros and characters. Their online help with all things autism has helped my family enormously. They really do shine through the darkness!

Author: Geoff | On: 2020-04-17 10:21:48

An amazing charity who do a massive amount for the autism community, offering both insightful advice and inclusive events. Certainly deserve anyone and everyone's support.

Author: Dominic | On: 2020-04-13 21:50:47

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