CategoriesThe Autism Award Categories - 2021
The Autism Award Categories – 2021
Parent/Carer of the Year Award
This award will be presented to a parent or carer that has exceeded expectations. Please provide an example(s) of why you feel this special person is to be considered.
Young Person of the Year Award
Open to young people from 10 to 25 years old who have made outstanding progress to achieve something they are enormously proud of and/or has done something to help others, including those with Autism.
Personal Achievement Award
This award is for a child or adult with Autism that has exceeded their proficiency. Please provide an example(s) of how the nominee has gone beyond expectations and why you feel this special person is an admirable winner.
Support group of the Year Award
The Group Awards reward the incredible work carried out by Autism support groups which recognise the support group leaders and healthcare professionals, who give up their spare time to support and work closely with individuals, carers, relatives and friends can go for help and advice. The award highlight that local accessible support has a positive impact on.
Leading Business Award
This identifies an entrepreneur for a child, adult, company or business that has an exceptional success through the process of designing, launching, and running a new business or a small business who has made a real difference and contributed meaningfully to the world through your work or have been fully inclusive and to provide opportunities to individuals and given a secure platform to accelerate.
Online Social Network Award
This merit will be presented to any group or organisation that uses an online social network for people with Autism and their families; to give opportunities for people to meet others, make friends and find support within the Autism community.
People’s Autism Hero Award
This award is for an individual who works tirelessly in a voluntary role to raise Autism Awareness here in UK and campaigns for changes in Autism Services, an individual who goes above and beyond their profession to help people with Autism and their families.
Outstanding Education Award
This honour is for an individual who goes that extra mile to help a child/young person with Autism within an educational setting. We will be looking for an example(s) of how and why you feel this person is being nominated. Nominees falling into this category must be one of the following: Teacher, Teaching Assistants/Learning Support Assistants, Nursery Nurses, SENco/ALNcos, Head Teachers or Lunch supervisors
Creative Arts and Media Awards
This honour is for a child or adult with Autism that has exceeded expectations in a creative or performing arts. This could be art, design, music, dance or any performing talent that has shown individuality and talent that has inspired the world of Autism.
Outstanding Community Award
This recognises the best individual or groups that have a visionary flair. This could be singers, dancers, artists, musicians and designers that inspire the world of Autism and show individuality and talent for the most dynamic community project.
Sibling of the Year Award
This honour is for a brother or a sister who constantly supports their sibling with Autism in everyday life and shown outstanding support.Please provide an example(s) of why you feel this special person is to be considered.
The Lifetime Award
This honour is for an individual who has worked with dedication and commitment for Autism for the past 10+ years. This person will have raised Autism Awareness and may have campaigned for changes that have helped people with Autism, their daily lives and their families.
The Autism Heroes Award finalists will be contacted in advance of the award ceremony on Saturday 20th November 2021. Each of the finalists will share their tremendous impact on the Autism community; each winner receives a stunning trophy or a certificate of commendation.
Dr Anna Kennedy OBE shared: “There are so many people in the UK who are going that extra mile to help children and young people with Autism. We thought that it would be nice to let people know about this good practice. We also feel that people with Autism achieve so much on a daily basis that maybe goes unnoticed. We would like to show you how amazing Autism is through the awards”