Not received your information pack for Autism Family Camp? Please contact us as this contains important information as well as booking links for archery and air-rifling (for no additional charge). If you have not yet bought tickets for our Autism Summer Camp, it’s not too late! You can find more information and do so here. […]
Temperatures in the South East are likely to reach 34 celsius this weekend, which means many of us will be having fun, but remember to stay safe and ensure your family and friends are safe: Drink and carry plenty of water (not coffee or alcohol) Avoid outdoor sports and activities Keep dogs and babies indoors […]
Our upcoming talk on Girls and Autism by Claire Noordally on 23rd March is fully booked. If you are lucky enough to have been able to book places but have realised you can’t make it, please do let us know so we can release those tickets to others. Just email or message us with the […]
Christmas can be challenging for autistic people. Change can bring anxiety, but there are things you can do to help…
The wearing of face coverings will become mandatory in England from Friday 24th July. As is the case with public transport, if you have a disability such as autism that means you are unable to wear a face covering without suffering extreme distress, you will be exempt from the rules. The follow is a list […]
With lockdown coming to an end, some of your children might have already gone back to school, however many won’t be returning until September. The resources below might be useful for preparing your child for the transition back to school. A big thanks to The Additional Needs Blogfather for these links.