Spurring him on – Tottenham Hotspur, based in north London, has become key to the happiness of Jack. He has supported Spurs since he was a child and says football has helped him with his Asperger's.
Double delight – Jack can reel off the names of the 1961 Double winning team without any trouble. Tottenham won the league and FA Cup that year under the guidance of manager Bill Nicholson.
Trailblazer – Anna Kennedy remortgaged her own home to finance a school especially for children with autism. Her own sons, Angelo and Patrick, both have autism and struggled in mainstream education.
Helping Hand – West Ham is just one of the clubs working with Kennedy in her anti-bullying campaign. The club has also provided training sessions for autistic children.
Clubbing together – South African golf star Ernie Els has set up his own foundation in Florida to help those with autism. His son Ben was diagnosed at the age of seven.
Dan's deal – Dan Marino, best remembered for his time with the Miami Dolphins, set up a center in Florida to help those with autism. Marino's son Michael was diagnosed as a child and the center, which was opened in 1992, has raised over $50 million.
Stepping on the gas – NASCAR is one of the sports which has worked with autism charities in the U.S. to raise awareness and funds.
Kicking out – Jo Redman wasn't diagnosed with Asperger's until she was 23 -- but that hasn't stopped her from becoming a kickboxing champion.