We promote acceptance and fight mistreatment. We also run weekly community groups and hold meet-ups and parties.

AIM Even More Inclusive

We are pleased to announce that we can now open our groups to attendees who are not specifically autistic but are anxious, depressed or may have experienced bullying.


See what some of our attendees have said about us:

AIM is a friendly inviting at inclusive atmosphere. Children are included in the activities. Open spaces for children to explore. Lovely surprise on the baking activities. Very supportive. You can find a peer group here, with relatable parents and carers. 

AIM has helped build my confidence up about taking my boy out in public as it’s a very calming environment for him. He usually gets very panicked if we go anywhere else & upset but loves group. I believe it has built up my sons confidence too & it’s one of the only things my son enjoys.

It’s great that there’s adults and children with the same condition who can interact with each other.