‘Alphabet 12’

Project Aspie launched a new Creative Community Initiative, a Pilot Autism Opportunity Support Group, called ‘Alphabet 12’ which started in October 2015. ‘Alphabet 12’ takes place last Saturday of every month (excluding December) at The Learning Zone, Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery between 10.30 am till 12.30 pm.

Membership of the group includes Advocates, Carers, Families, Parents, Siblings and Support Workers. Various Guest Speakers will contribute to ‘Alphabet 12’ every month from different ages, backgrounds, cultures and professions. May 28th 2016 session of ‘Alphabet 12’ is a Special Session featuring Special Guest Speaker Mahtab Khah, founder of eyewitness.


Mahtab Khan will be helping us to download eyewitness and take us through the journey of how this recording & reporting app was developed and the ways in which it can be used.

Mahtab is based in Birmingham and shares the objectives of Project Aspie & Alphabet 12.  Much of Mahtab’s work has focussed on human rights, equality & diversity and he describes this current project as being a natural extention of that work into the digital age
 
There is a ‘News Update’ now featured on Project Aspie Website  which covers more on the work Mahtab does.