The creators and BAFTA award winners of complete favourites like The Gruffalo, The Snail and The Whale, Stick Man and so many others that not just our children but we adore.
Your Local Cinema promotes subtitled, captioned and audio described showings in cinemas across the whole of the UK.
Using the CEA card entitles free access for the person caring or accompanying you to a cinema across the whole of the UK. All major cinema chains participate. It also enables the cinema to make sure they look after their disabled guests appropriately.
This event based charity organise special events, sporting activities, fun sessions all for children on the autistic spectrum. Together with professionals they support families to enable their children to enjoy life.
Spectrum are also the Cambridgeshire area distributor for Max Card which enable children and their carers to enjoy a wide variety of theme parks and activities.
A guide to all kinds of family friendly kids days out and wheelchair accessible venues all over the UK.
Here you can find detailed information about the access to all kinds of places – hotels, restaurants, colleges, tourist attractions, libraries, hospitals, leisure centres – the list goes on. All access information has been collected in person by DisabledGo’s team of surveyors.
Arts projects in hospitals across the South West region, working with children with cancer & leukemia, their siblings & families, as well as developing work with children with other life threatening illnesses too. The residential weekends bring young people into fantastical worlds where anything is possible. Encouraging young people to collaborate to use their energy & imagination to help solve mysterious scenarios using a whole host of arts techniques ranging from drama & dance to printing making & pottery.
The Total Arts creative learning group is for young people aged 11-19 with disabilities. They offer regular Saturday workshops featuring dance, drama, music making, film production and story devising leading to productions.
The Arts Club organise arts projects for children on Saturday mornings in Eye, Suffolk. They welcome children aged 7 and up, especially those with additional needs – whether physical, learning, sensory or behavioural. They aim to provide an integrated, yet supported, setting for arts activities, social interaction and fun. Activities include movement, dance, visual arts, film, animation, puppetry and maskwork.
Schools’ screenings, Autism friendly screenings, reminiscence archive film screenings, family events, subtitled screenings for deaf audiences & more.