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"That's Not Right! My Life Living with Asperger's" Book -
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My name is Alex Manners, 27 and I am a neurodiversity and autism speaker, Asperger's champion, presenter and author. I have a very positive outlook on life and believe that you should never let your circumstances hold you back. To me life is an adventure and I am determined to spend it "pursuing my passions". 

Asperger's Talks

I now present a number of talks listed below:

  • My Life Living with Asperger's

  • Asperger's in the Workplace

  • Asperger's Through my Eyes

  • My Time at School

  • Dealing with Covid-19 & Lockdown

  • My positive approach to living with Asperger's

  • "Positivity" Talk


My Book

"That's Not Right! My Life Living with Asperger's" details my life growing up and going to school with Asperger's from when I was first diagnosed at the age of 10 to the present day. 

My book is available in paperback or kindle via Amazon. Click on the button below to view. 


Autism & Football

I have started my own "Autism & Football" campaign to enhance the experience of Autistic people at football matches. I have worked with many different football clubs including Arsenal, Aston Villa & Swansea City. 


I have also worked on some Autism projects with my local club Solihull Moors and was interviewed about my campaign on ITV Central. I also wrote an article on this for the SEN magazine and had a video on the BBC News website.

Asperger's is a form of Autism and I have talked about my Asperger's many time on radio and television. I even featured on series 10 & 11 of "The Undateables" on Channel 4. For 2 years I presented my own children's show on Solihull Radio and wrote my very own "Rainbow Man" children's stories that were reviewed by CBeebies. I now present talks on "My Life Living with Asperger's" to many different companies, law firms, universities, schools and NHS Trusts.

Football is one of my biggest passions and In 2019 I completed my quest to watch a match at all 92 Football League Grounds. My love of football has even allowed me to start my very own "Autism & Football" campaign and film the Solihull Moors home matches for BT Sport for two seasons. 


Talks presented to places such as:

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