10 unusual ideas for autism-friendly days out in 2020

Are you bored of doing the same activities every weekend? Do you wish you could do different activities in supportive environments? Would you like your New Year’s Resolution to be to try new things? Me too, so you’ve come to the right place. To start off the new decade, I’ve put together 10 unusual ideas for autism-friendly days out in …

The Best UK Family Days Out for Families of Children with Autism

Do you feel overwhelmed by the summer holidays?   Do you want a day out with the kids but need some inspiration?   Me too. Filling six weeks can seem a bit overwhelming but you’ve come to the right place. I’ve put together a summer guide for days out in the UK which are suitable for families of children with …

Edinburgh with autism: Our first city break with kids

We’ve never tried a city break as a family before.   Funnily enough, the thought of trying to keep two young children who have no awareness of danger, and aren’t keen on walking too far, alive in a bustling environment where they can’t run around has never really appealed to me. It’s the main reason we rarely venture into the …

Visit Thomas Land With Autism

An autism guide to Thomas Land

“Look mummy! There’s the Fat Controller!” shouted an over-excited Big Bear running off into Thomas Land. I ran after him. “Nope, that’s just a daddy in a black t shirt with his family,” I replied as I tried to steer him away before the man heard. Visit Thomas Land with autism and you’re in for a magical family adventure (apart …