Brought together by our Family Development team, members of our Neurodiversity think tank and from families sending us their tips and advice we’ve put together a bank of free resources to help you, as part of our valued community, to navigate the day-to-day challenges of life.
Our Minecraft project involved two groups of young autistic people coming together to use Minecraft as a tool to build therapeutic worlds.
The project was coordinated by Kerrie Highcock, North East Autism Society's Family Development Manager, and Minecraft expert, Adam Clarke.
Find out more about our Minecraft project.
Discover our Autism Activists realm.
Find out the highlights of our Minecraft project.