We let autistic and ADHD children enjoy themselves
We let autistic and ADHD children enjoy themselves.
What we do
Our activities are designed and run by specialists with lived experience of autism and ADHD. We understand the children’s challenges and the importance of their special interests.
Help them boost their confidence, reduce anxiety and share their interests with other children in a safe, supportive and understanding environment.
Provides 1-to-1 support to primary and secondary children to understand their challenges and develop their own strategies for learning.
Develop focus as well as problem-solving and communication skills.
We work with a wide range of organisations to provide inclusive events for autistic children and their families:
National museum providing sensory-friendly events for families with children who need a quieter environment to enjoy the museum.
Heritage steam railway providing Autism Days with Engine Shed.
Battersea-based organisation providing better outcomes for children with special educational needs.
National Autism Society, Lambeth branch
Providing parents and carers with children on the autistic spectrum and autistic adults with events, advice and support.
Support group run by parents/carers living and caring for a child or adult on the Autistic Spectrum.
Providing support, advice and information for families with disabled children, no matter what their condition or disability.
Helping families with young people on the autism spectrum in the London Borough of Lewisham.
Experienced autism practitioner providing training and consultant to families and professionals.
An autism support group based in Caterham delivering workshops and training for parents/carers, schools and workplaces.
Lansdowne School, Stockwell
A special needs secondary school.
The Arc, Caterham
Providing a community space in the heart of Caterham.
London Museum of Water & Steam, Kew
Telling the story of London’s water supply, the site, its people and the amazing pumping engines.
Station Hall, Herne Hill
A community space in the former railway station waiting room.