We've just added a new case study about iROAM, a service which provides interactive video tours of buildings and places. The videos allow people to choose which part of the building they want to visit, and includes information about noises, smells etc to alert people to potential sensory issues.
Do autistic people and families that you support experience problems with accessibility? How do you think services and buildings could be more autism-friendly? We'd love to hear your thoughts on iROAM - are there similar initiatives in your local area?