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Autism Friendly Santa’s Grotto a huge hit

Vicar Lane Shopping Centre in Chesterfield have this year been putting on autism friendly sessions at their Santa’s Grotto, and the response to them has been fantastic. The first two autism...

Blog: Meet our 2019 London Marathon Runners

In this weeks blog post our Community Fundraiser, Victoria Johnson, is delighted to introduce you to our 2019 London Marathon runners. Could you be the last person to take a place in our London...

Blog: My Special Interest

In this weeks blog we hear from Will, who is a student at Derby College studying IT. In his first ever blog piece Will talks about his special interest and love for Doctor Who, and he even mentions...

Family Support Hubs Christmas Parties 2018

During December the Family Support Hubs will be having their Christmas celebrations, this will replace the usual December hub meetings. You are welcome to come along but we do ask that anyone...

Blog: Growing up with a sibling with additional needs

In our latest blog a member of Autism East Midlands in-house clinical team shares their experience of growing up with a sibling with additional needs. Growing up with a sibling with additional needs...

1000 Native British Trees Project a huge success

The weekend of the 3rd and 4th November saw the launch of 1,000 Native British Trees, a fundraising project that aimed to raise invaluable awareness and funds for Autism East Midlands and the...

Local artist makes 1,000 ‘trees’ for charity

Made within the challenging deadline of only one day, Ruddington-based artist Tristram Aver has produced 1,000 hand-made linocut prints in his home studio to raise funds for two charities close to...

Blog: A Trip to Paris

In this second edition of the new Autism East Midlands blog series, Edward tells us about his trip to Paris with Autism East Midlands Children & Young Adults Flexible Short Breaks Service and...

Hundreds of families enjoy Spectrum Festival

The East Midlands first Autism Friendly Festival was held in Derbyshire on 23 September, and it was a huge success. The event, which was held in order to raise awareness of autism and of local...

A Ball to Celebrate 50 Years of Autism East Midlands

On 20th October Autism East Midlands will be celebrating 50 years of supporting individuals and families affected by autism, by holding a ball at the Alea venue in Nottingham. The evening will be...

Less than two weeks until Spectrum Festival

Spectrum Festival is now less than two weeks away, so why should you come along to the East Midlands’ first autism friendly festival? Well there is loads to do! Take a look at the map below,...