Autistic Inclusive Meets

A truly inclusive autism association

Playgroup

PLEASE NOTE THE GROUP IS NOW ON *MONDAYS*

  • Every Monday 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

Home Edders Group

Woolwich Common Youth Club
Block 2 Nightingale Place
Woolwich SE18 4HX

  • Thursdays 12pm to 2.30pm
  • £2.50 per family
  • Ages 7 to 19
  • ICT suite
  • Wi-Fi
  • Dance studio
  • Indoor football
  • Pool table
  • Tennis table
  • Chill-out rooms
  • Kitchen facilities

Disco

 

 

  • 6th April, 4-6 PM
  • Under 1 Roof – 9, The I O Centre, Skeffington St,
    Woolwich, London, SE18 6SR
  • Entry: £3.50 per child, parents/carers free

A Time & A Place

 

 

  • Group has now finished
  • Ran from Nov 27th to Fed 12th
  • 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

 

 

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

Protesting the Treating Autism Roadshow

Treating Autism Roadshow Protest Liverpool, May 21 2018  

Fake Cures Inquiry Report Launched

After months of work with invaluable expert input from AIM CEO Emma Dalmayne, the Westminster Commission on Autism launched their report into fake autism cures at an event in Portcullis House, Westminster on Wednesday. Emma was, of course, included and...

Remembering Mendip House—NAS Protest

NAS Mendip House Protest On March 29th AIM protested along with supporters outside the National Autistic Society head offices in Islington. The appalling situation with the gross mishandling of the Mendip House abuse cases forced us to take action. CEO...

Thank You Herbert Road Co-op

A big thank you from all of us at AIM to the Herbert Road Co-op for their kind donation of Easter eggs for our AIM session this afternoon! Image of shop exterior is from Google Maps. Image capture: 2017 © 2018...

Kevin Healey Linked To Fake Cures And Anti-Vaxxers

We at AIM have questions regarding Kevin Healey and his frankly highly concerning links to the GcMAF Oracle Facebook group run by a woman named Amanda Mary. She previously went by the name Amanda Mary Jewell. Amanda Mary professes to be a qualified cancer...

Remembering Mendip House—Holding NAS to Account

The Background On 6th February 2018, the Somerset Safeguarding Adults Board published their review (PDF), commissioned the previous March to pull together what they had learned from the failures to identify and act on bullying and abusive behaviour towards six...

New Flyer for Playgroup

We love this fresh, new design for our playgroup flyer—and it's all thanks to the talents of Priyasha Mangwana, graphic designer and artist. Check out her business website, Priyasha M. Graphic Design.

“The Greatest Showman” Review

By AIM CEO Emma Dalmayne: We want to give you a head's up on The Greatest Showman. It's a wonderful magical musical extravaganza of hope, inclusion and team work. A complete and utter fabrication of who the opportunist P.T.Barnum was and the hideous...

Peppa Pig Collects for AIM

Thank you to everyone who came and supported Peppa today as she collected for AIM at Herbert Road Co-op, Plumstead! Peppa made lots of friends, took pictures with lots of happy children and managed to raise £38 in 2 hours! Thank you from...

Nando’s Supports AIM

AIM would like to announce that we are now working alongside Nando's O2! After a wonderful free meal for 30 families of autistic individuals in January, Nando's decided to support AIM under their Do The Right Thing initiative. We now have collection pots in the O2,...

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