Hey everyone,

Hope you have all had a restful summer? Of course you haven’t you have a children your probably doing a little dance on the way home from dropping them at school/ nursery.

As we get back in to the swing of things over here on Coming Home To Autism, I just wanted to quickly pop on here to let you all know about our first BIG autism event.

Our event is ….

The beginning of a movement for change, more compassion and understanding for everyone affected by autism.

‘Coming Home to Autism’ is only the beginning of your story and how you live it matters.

We understand positivity and hope is not easy, but knowledge, attitude and motivation is everything.

This ‘special event’ is an opportunity to bring parents, guardians and carers, of Primary School age and newly diagnosed children with Autism Spectrum Condition (ASC), together to:

– find their voice and share their stories
– feel acknowledged, understood and accepted
– be inspired
– become empowered
– be part of something bigger

Please join us to share, learn and be inspired by our guest speakers and healthcare professionals.


Tara Leniston
Actress, Vlogger & Co-Author of ‘Coming Home to Autism’. Following her eldest son’s diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Condition (ASC), Tara threw herself in to research on autism and helping her son. Her mission is to help, support and inspire parents of children with additional needs.

Ros Blackburn
Logically Illogical. An inspirational, honest, funny and heart-warming speaker who talks publicly, and to individuals, about living with autism. Now in her 40s, Ros was diagnosed as being severely autistic at just over one year old. She offers invaluable insight into her world of autism.


– Frances Johnstone, Speech & Language Therapist
– Deborah Topp, Counsellor & Psychotherapist MBACP (Acc), MA, Dip Psych
– Sophie Twaites, Occupational Therapist

You can purchase tickets click here or the image below

All proceeds are going to a local Autism Charity here in Brighton called Mascot.

I hope to see you there where we can support each other and lift each other up..

Much love Tara