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Sev helping with autism awareness

Sev helping with autism awareness

Sev Philippou, of Rowland Flat is heading back to Melbourne for a second time this year to raise autism awareness. She then has a trip to Queensland confirmed for April as she continues her cause.

Sev, a model, together with her colleagues of the Autism Angels will be helping out Ricky Nixon, former AFL manager.

The Autism Angels will be part of Ricky Nixon’s new show, The Chicken Train”, a comedy performance about the life and times of Ricky Nixon at the Comics Lounge, North Melbourne on March 24.

Having supported the Angels and the autism cause since November, 2012, Ricky has agreed to combine his unique comedy show with raising awareness for Autism Month which begins on April 1.

The Autism Awareness Angels’ key focus is to help raise awareness in every way possible and in ways that have never been done before.

The Autism Awareness Angels will be there to open doors as the first point of contact and then allow key Autism Spectrum Disorder organisations to play their significant role within the community.

For the full story, grab March 20 edition of The Leader.