As well as helping to keep people fit and well, taking part in sport and physical activity can increase self-esteem, develop social skills and improve mental health and general wellbeing of persons on the Autism Spectrum. Many children on the autism spectrum miss out on these benefits due to lack of opportunity since their parents, caregivers and teachers don’t engage them in sports as they aren’t always aware of the impact of the condition’s ‘hidden’ differences, such as heightened fear and anxiety in social situations, sensory challenges, and differences with understanding body language and metaphor. DTSK strongly focuses on the well being of children on the autism spectrum through creating opportunities for them to benefit from these fundamental skills and enjoy sports in a safe and comfortable environment.