In addition to Autism friendly cinema showings which are a regualr event. Theatres are also doing special performances. The next one planned at the National Theatre is Pinocchio.
TfL are offering a free badge for people/ children who may need to sit down on public transport, but their disability/ medical condition may be hidden Simply apply online You do not need to declare your needs- simply fill in your name and address
Face 2 Face ran a one day workshop for Parents and it was very well received. They are now looking to arrange a 5 session course (2hrs each session) If you or you know of Parents who may be interested, please contact Andrea Wershoff firstname.lastname@example.org
http://www.papworthtrust.org.uk/leisure-sports-and-social/accessible-holidays Papworth Trust has stylish holiday venues with access in mind - they have venues for Children who have ASD/ use a wheelchair or you can stay on a farm. There are cottages, mobile homes and you can even stay in a yurt !
The Family Fund released a report outlining their findings around sleep deprivation in families who have a child with a disability. www.downs-syndrome.org have prepared a helpful summary you can download from here; http://www.downs-syndrome.org.uk/images/stories/DSA-documents/news/Tired_all_the_time_summary.pdf 93% of …