Cheshire Oaks Autism Friendly shopping – Tuesday 1st May 5-8pm.
Cheshire Oaks are part of our Autism Champions scheme and once a month they host an autism-friendly shopping experience, where lights are dimmed, music turned low, quiet spaces. If you go straight to the visitors centre you can collect a map of the site and an alert card you can use to show a member of staff if you require any assistance.
Mattel Play, Liverpool – Wednesday, 25th April – 4:30-6:30pm (£7 per child with 2 carers for free).
Capacity is limited during these sessions to ensure a calm and relaxed experience for all guests. Mattel Play are also one of Autism Together’s Champions and host monthly sessions.
Autism-friendly cinema screenings are great for the whole family, the volume is lowered and the lights are raised, there is also no adverts before the film as it goes straight to feature. Most cinemas offer discounted tickets and all cinemas accept CEA Cards.
Vue Cinema, Birkenhead & Cheshire Oaks – showing Early Man on Sunday, 29th April at 10:15am.
Showcase Cinema, Liverpool – showing Sherlock Gnomes on Sunday, 13th May at 10am.
FACT Cinema, Liverpool – showing Tad the Lost Explorer and The Secret of King Midas on Sunday, 29th April at 11:30am.
Odeon Cinema, Bromborough & Liverpool – showing Serlock Gnomes on Sunday, 20th May at 10:15am.
International Slavery Museum in Liverpool will be hosting an autism-friendly session from 10am – 12noon on Sunday 24th June. The Gallery will be open to the public, but this is a quieter time and noise levels in the galleries will be reduced during this time (autism friendly visual guides are available on the Liverpool Museums website).
Merseyside Maritime Museum, Liverpool will also be hosting an autism-friendly session from 10am – 12noon on Sunday, 27th May. This is also open to the public, but this is a quieter time and noise levels will be reduced during this time (autism-friendly visual guides are available on the Liverpool Museums website).
World Museum, Liverpool will be hosting 3 special autism-friendly sessions to see the Terracotta Warriors Exhibition. These will be held at quieter times in the museum and must be pre-booked in advance; tickets can be booked via the kiosk desk in the main entrance or through their website.
Sunday, 24th June – 10am – 12noon
Sunday, 19th August – 10am – 12noon
Sunday, 23rd September – 10am – 12noon
Spring City Trampoline Park, Liverpool – they host sessions every Sunday morning from 9am – 10am. A fun session to be enjoyed by the whole family, adults and children; staff have been trained in autism (not provided by AT) and the environment has been adapted to suit all.