As part of our ongoing work around neurodiversity and autism acceptance, we’ll be focusing on what the festive season means to autistic people and their families, and how to make the big day more inclusive.
Our theme is What Christmas means to me – after the vintage Stevie Wonder song – and we think it’s more important than ever during difficult times to shine a light on the little things that can make us happy.
We’ll be offering some unmissable stocking fillers in the form of videos, downloads, interviews and stories all designed to help make Christmas great – and to start conversations that will hopefully snowball.
Best of all – you can get involved!
Take a look at our Society advent calendar. Come back each day throughout December to open a door!
It’s the most wonderful time of the year but for thousands of families the hustle and bustle of the festive period is more ‘no no no’ than ‘ho ho ho’.
From sponsor forms to fun-raising packs - we've got you covered. Click here to download your festive resources.
From Jolly Jumper Day to our Great Christmas Bake Off... we've pulled together a list of festive events you won't want to miss.
From bobble hats to Secret Santa donations - we've got your Christmas shopping covered!