We work hard to ensure that Autism Inclusive is a Covid-safe environment and we ask that visitors comply with the Covid-19 regulations where possible: face coverings are optional, please regularly sanitise hands and maintain social distancing where possible and all attendance is pre-arranged or booked to ensure that we do not have too many people in the setting at one time.

  • WEEKLY PARENT/CARER MORNING SUPPORT: every Wednesday morning 9.30am to 12.00pm. This group offers peer to peer support for parent/carers of those with autism, ADHD or other neuro-diversities. We often have visiting professionals, to offer advice, guidance and to signpost to other key local services. Refreshments are available and young children are welcome, free to attend.
  •  
  • MONTHLY EVENING SUPPORT: monthly, every 4th Wednesday of the month, 6.30pm to 9.00pm. This group offers peer to peer support for those with autism, ADHD or other neuro-diversities, as well as their parents/carers. Private appointments are available with Mick Rimmington – Autism Consultant and Behavioural Therapist – and David Reiser – Speech Consultant – who can offer advice, support and strategies. Please contact Autism Inclusive directly for more information and to book. We ask that children do not attend this group. Refreshments are available, free to attend.
  •  
  • MONTHLY ADULT-SPECIFIC SUPPORT: monthly, every 3rd Monday of the month, 12.30pm to 2.30pm. A welcoming and supportive group specifically for autistic adults, or those with ADHD and other neuro-diversities. Mick Rimmington, Autism Consultant and Behavioural Therapist, will be on hand to offer support and advice. We ask that children do not attend this group. Refreshments are available, free to attend.
  •  
  • GAMING: every Monday evening from 5.00pm to 9.30pm,  two sessions are available to choose from, suitable for those aged 14 and over. A relaxed, supportive and friendly session for those with autism, ADHD or other neuro-diversities. Whilst offering respite for parents/carers. Refreshments available, £5.00 per gamer.
  •  
  • FAMILY FUN: fortnightly, every 1st and 3rd Saturday of the month, 10am to midday. A session for the whole family utilising all that AI has to offer; gaming, sensory spaces, garden and arts and crafts. Refreshments available, £1.50 per person.
  • SMART BRIGHT YOUNG THINGS: monthly, every 4th Saturday of the month, 1.00pm to 3.00pm. A youth club for those aged 11 to 16. Delivered by Smart Bright, and supported by AI staff, the youth club is a drop-off session. Free to attend. Please contact Smart Bright directly to book; smartbrighttraining@gmail.com
  •  
  • FAMILY TIES FAMILY FIRST DROP-IN: every Monday morning, from 9.30am to 11.30am. Bring your little ones along for peer to peer support and parenting advice. Please contact Family Ties CIC directly to book, via their Facebook page.
  •  
  • RUBY’S FUND CREWE SEND PARENT/CARER GROUP: weekly, Thursday afternoons 12.30pm to 2.30pm. A group for parents of little ones to get together for peer to peer support. Please contact Steph at Ruby’s Fund directly to book ; steph@rubysfund.co.uk
  •  
  • FLUTTERBYS: fortnightly, every 2nd and 4th Thursday evening, 6pm to 9pm. A group that offers support for families and children of all ages, that are experiencing difficulties surrounding gender identity. Please contact Flutterbys directly to book; info@flutterbys.org.uk
  •  
  • SENSORY ROOM HIRE: we now have two wonderful sensory spaces that are available for private hire. The use of the rooms is only permitted for those from the same household, or a linked household. The first 45-minute session is free, and £15 thereafter for a full 90-minute session. Contact us for availability and to book.
  •  
  • Regular workshops and training – see social media for more details.
  •  
  • Plenty of additional events and seasonal activities – see social media for more details.