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Metro Radio Cash For Kids has granted funding of £750 for the soft play area of Eldon Leisure for the installation of sensory equipment. The hope is to install this equipment before Christmas. The money has been donated by NE1 by selling Geordie Jackpot...
Back in October, popular daytime television talk-show Loose Women held their own ‘Loose Autism Hour’. Alongside discussion on the topic from comedians, experts and television stars –  this also included providing temporary adjustments to the show. With...
As you may already be aware, ITV has recently opened its doors again to a brand-new series of the annual prime time reality show I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here. The show, which has now been running for 18 years, shows recognizable stars battle it out...
A Hull man who was diagnosed with autism at just two years old has spoken out about his journey to find work. Elliot Parkinson, now 22, was struggling to find a job which suited his need for routine. He made several visits to the Jobcentre and took on a...
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PETS at Home in Chesterway Retail Park is again joining the nationwide 'Autism Hour' initiative this Saturday, October 13. The store will be taking part in the National Autistic Society campaign, providing autistic people with a relaxed shopping...
As shown from countless pre-existing studies, getting creative, whether that be singing or dancing or knitting, has been shown to have a hugely positive impact on an individual's physical health. However, there has also been studies to show that being...
“The city's most inclusive club night for and by people with learning disabilities” - Residential Advisor The Bubble Club is a super fun and totally accessible club night held at the legendary Backyard Comedy Club in the heart of Bethnal Green. There is...
Are you aged 16-19 years old? Do you have a learning disability, autism or additional needs? Would you like to make and star in your own film?   If this sounds like you, then you can apply for a place on Beacon Films BFI Film Academy 2018. No experience...
A 26ft-long (8m) Lego cube model of the Titanic built by an autistic boy from Iceland has been unveiled at a Tennessee museum. Brynjar Karl Birgisson, 15, used actual blueprints of the doomed ship to decide how many Lego bricks it would require. The...