When Sally Johnson’s son Digby was diagnosed with autism and ADHD at age two, she was at a loss to find a safe and welcoming place for him to play.
She longed for an affordable, inclusive venue where he could play freely on suitable equipment, and where she could meet families facing similar challenges.
“Digby was severely delayed in many areas of development,” Ms Johnson said.
“In some ways it was a kinder entry into autism. We realised pretty quickly that he wasn’t developing typically.”