Autistic Inclusive Meets

A truly inclusive autism association

Playgroup

 

  • Every Tuesday 4-6 pm
  • Brookhill Children’s Centre, Woolwich SE18
  • Sensory play
  • Refreshments provided
  • No age limit
  • Siblings welcome
  • No referral necessary
  • Pre-diagnosis children welcome
  • £2 per family

A Time & A Place

 

 

  • Starts November 27th
  • Every Monday, 3.30-5pm
  • Under 1 Roof, The I O Centre, Skeffington Street, Woolwich
  • £3 per child
  • Interactive Floor Mat Play
  • One Hour Sensory Room Use

 

 

Disco

 

 

  • Friday 24th November, 7-10 PM
  • Camelot Castle, 18 Chestnut Rise, Plumstead SE18 1RL
  • Entry: £4 per child, parents/carers free
  • Free refreshments provided
  • FANCY DRESS (optional)

Autism Fake "Cures" Survey

  • Important survey
  • For UK residents only
  • Help monitor and stop fake therapies and “cures” for autism

Football Revolution

 

  • Football coaching by Football Revolution
  • Finished for the winter
  • Every 2nd Sunday, from 2-2:45pm
  • Plumstead Common, SE18
  • Only £2.50 per child
  • For all ability levels
  • Open to all ages and all disabilities
  • Sessions: will return in the 2018

 

AIM Values

 

  • Inclusive — Autistic people are part of our community
  • Accepting — Just the way they are
  • Supporting — With the assistance they need
  • Enabling — To participate fully

Cinema Trips Fundraiser

We are raising funds to provide social outings for autistic adults.

  • An opportunity to go out socially
  • Meet other autistic adults
  • Structured activity
  • Subsidised transport

Please donate and help us make this happen. Thank you!

Latest News

AIM Christmas Party 15/12/17

The AIM Christmas party went off with a bang, fizz and a crackle this afternoon! The day dawned cold and crisp, parents (many of whom are autistic themselves) travelled from as far as Huntingdon and Limehouse bringing their children to meet and party at Wensley Close...

Fundraising Disco “A Brilliant Success”

A.I.M. CEO Emma Dalmayne hails our recent fundraising disco as "a brilliant success"! The A.I.M. disco on the 24th of November was a brilliant success! The venue Camelot Castle was very kindly lent to us by Mr Dave Courtney, along with a DJ and refreshments! The...

McDonald’s Party

We here at AIM would like to thank all the staff at Woolwich McDonald's for the wonderful party they did for us today. Nothing was to much trouble with tasty meals and desserts provided for all, lots of colourful balloons and a brilliant very talented...

AIM CEO Calls For Ban On Harmful and Abusive “Autism Treatments”

As reported in several national newspapers today, AIM CEO Emma Dalmayne's undercover investigation of a secret "Autism cures" Facebook group has resulted in the investigation by Police and social services of a mother who posted in the group about administering bleach...

We’re Incorporated!

The whole board of directors is very excited and proud to announce that Autistic Inclusive Meets is now incorporated as a private company, limited by guarantee. Our company number is 10883624 and we were registered at Companies House on the 25th July 2017. Here is the...

Thanks for the Donations

Thank you to Greenwich Odeon for their generous donation of 15 Despicable Me beakers, 15 posters and 15 Spiderman sticker books for our Tuesday AIM group attendees. Thank you to Plumstead McDonald's for their great donation of 30 Minion Happy Meal...

Autistic and Proud Documentary

Who wants to be a movie star? Filming started on 11th July at our Tuesday Playgroup for the documentary series Autistic and Proud. Here's Emma's statement about this exciting project: I have exciting news! There is going to be a documentary made on myself and on my...

Dangerous Cures Flyer

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AIM Christmas Party Dec 16

AIM Christmas Party Dec 16 The AIM party went off with a Christmas cracker bang and was attended by 25 adults and 21 children! With attendees coming from as far as Huntingdon, Colchester and Hertfordshire and as locally as Plumstead and Thamesmead to attend the...

Support AIM

AIM is a non-profit company dedicated to enabling families with autistic children, and autistic individuals to get out into the community and socialise in an accepting inclusive environment with like-minded peers. We rely on the generosity of people like you to provide a range of services that are accessible to as many as possible.

You can help support autistic children and adults in our community by donating to Autistic Inclusive Meets. Click the button below to donate via PayPal:

or you can pay directly into our bank account:

Barclays Bank — Sort code: 20-45-45 — Account Number: 03248259