Autism Show London

Home From Home Care are looking forward to exhibiting at The Autism Show on the 15th and 16th June 2018 at ExCel, London. Company founders Paul, Ann and Hugo de Savary will be on stand A10, together with our ambassadors team – sharing their experiences of transition into adult services from a personal perspective. This is a fantastic opportunity to find out about […]

Autism as You Age

When people think of autism they most often think of children. However, autistic children grow up to be autistic adults, and the majority of people diagnosed with autism are in fact in adulthood. The number of adults with ASD aged over 65 will be 155,000 by 2035 in the UK alone1 – resulting in an […]

The A Word Review

The return of the BBC drama ‘The A Word’ has been welcomed by many. The series focuses on a family who, in the first series, received a diagnosis of autism for their son, Joe, and showed the reaction of the family and community while beginning to explore the challenges of accepting the diagnosis. In the […]

A Lonely Society

Listening to Lucy Hurst Brown on ‘A Lonely Society’ (originally aired on Radio 4, available on BBC iPlayer) was a poignant reminder of how far we, as a society, still must come towards true integration of all. Hurst Brown reflected on her life’s work – helping to move people out of institutions into supported living […]

Neurotribes by Steve Silberman

In our new review series, we will be looking at inspirational reading for those who live or work with anyone with autism or a learning difficulty. Our second book, Neurotribes by Steve Silberman, is an impressive and wide-reaching book, tracing the history of autism in depth and with a humanity that led him to being […]