Autism Friendly Activities



ILEAP works with people aged from 4 years and upwards and delivers a children’s programme, a youth programme and an adult programme of inclusive leisure activities. ILEAP members generally have a mild/moderate learning disability although anyone is welcome to join.

Taking the Reins

Taking the Reins

An Equine Facilitated Learning Project.

01788 816 671

Circles Network Website

Tiny Tim's Purple Planet

Tiny Tim’s Purple Planet & Therapy Centre

Purple Planet Play Centre provides soft play for children from babies to 10 years old.
Competitively priced at £3 for 90 minutes play. Entry is free to those with Special Needs. Please bring proof of entitlement.
Cafe and seating area.

The Therapy Centre provides free treatments for children with disabilities including, massage, physiotherapy, Bowen, reflexology and Occupational therapy.
All profits from the Play centre go straight to Tiny Tim’s Therapy Centre.

Tiny Tim’s Website

Young Carers

For siblings of those with Autism and other young carers.

Warwickshire Young Carers’ Project is here to help improve the lives of Young Carers across Warwickshire by offering free and confidential support.

We work with young carers from the age of 8 upwards, and aim to help make a difference to their lives by encouraging them to take time out to relax, take a break and to realise their own dreams.We don’t have all the answers, but we will try to find them for any Young Carers who come to us for help or support. There are many ways we can help you – just click on the links to find out how.

Warwickshire Young Carers’ Project is an independent local charity that tailors the help, support and advice we offer to the individual needs of each Young Carer. For more information, please get in touch with us.Young Carers’ Website

Cineworld Autism

Autism friendly cinema showings

Autism friendly showings take place at local Cinemas including Cineworld, Showcase Odeon and Vue, as well as other selected cinemas across the country.

The showings are Autism friendly because:

  • The lights will be on low
  • The volume will be turned down
  • There will be no trailers at the beginning of the film
  • You’ll be able to take your own food and drinks
  • You’ll be able to move around the cinema if you wish

Book in advance online with Cineworld and save 10% on ticket prices.

Apply for a Cinema Exhibitors’ Association (CEA) card to allow a Carer in free.

Please follow the links below for more cinemas that have Autism Friendly showings.

Dimensions Website
Cinema Exhibitors Association Website
Cineworld Website 
Vue Website
Showcase Website
Odeon Website