Japanese Culture

The Japanese representatives/delegates attending the upcoming 2017 8th annual ANCA World Autism Festival express their enthusiasm and talent through this remarkable organisation Non Profit Organization PUKA-PUKA from Yokohama, Japan. Click the link below to hear their voices & special messages, and to see their contributions in the film trailer below: 
It is with great pleasure for the organisers of the AWAF 2017 to introduce to our membership ‘Japanese Culture’ & the 2017 Official Selected Nominees representing Japan

Slovenian Culture

Official Selection Nominees for the 2017 INAP AWARDS (International Naturally Autistic People AWARDS) share their enthusiasm and excitement within the discipline of the performing arts “Beautiful Minds” and through their video below, you will hear their story through their music and talent!

Indonesian Culture

The Indonesian representatives/delegates attending the upcoming 2017 8th annual ANCA World Autism Festival express their enthusiasm and talent. Click link to hear their voices & special messages, and to see their contributions view the video below, produced by their school and mentors (YBA untuk Indonesia):

Not Broken

This event was an amazing opportunity to network with Autistic professionals from all over the world. We look forward to possibly collaborating with these individuals on some projects in the future.
—Kirsten Fitzpatrick, Co-Founder at SpectrumSingles.com and CEO at Spectrum Media, Inc.

Building ANCA

The vision: to create an atmosphere of acceptance as people told us they experienced at ANCA. To reach the world as many parents asked us to do with our work. To pioneer a platform that enabled recognition for autistic individuals and for those in support of this emerging culture. And, to create a global opportunity for those who had no experience with autistic people, enabling them to ‘hear the autistic voice’.