AutCraft, the free Minecraft server for children with autism and their families needs an upgrade

Minecraft-minecraft-19670580-1024-768AutCraft is a whitelisted Minecraft server for children (and adults) that have autism and their families. It was created by Stuart Duncan (aka AutismFather in game) who not only has autism himself, but also a child with autism as well. Autism Daily Newscast first shared the story of Autcraft last October.

Through publicity they now have whitelisted almost 4,000 children and adults in the relatively short time of 9 months. But the growth as put pressure on both the servers and moderators (especially Stuart who has been doing this without remuneration). The server is administrated by adults with autism, parents of children with autism, or a family member of someone with autism.

To help fund upgrades and a new server, AutoCraft has launched a campaign on indiegogo which can be found here:  This campaign will receive all funds raised even if it does not reach its goal.

What makes AutCraft Special? Watch the video below.

AutCraft is not open to the general public and requires approval to access the server. If you are interested in learning more or have a child with autism and you would like to request an invite to join AutCraft, visit and scroll down to the middle of the page, where you will see the section titled “Request an Invite.”


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Roberta Hill About Roberta Hill

Roberta Hill is an Expat who likes to write about her challenges running a virtual business and raising a family abroad. She has a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from University of Western Ontario and a Diploma in Early Childhood Education from McGill University.

Roberta has been self employed for the past 25 years. Her oldest step son is on the autism spectrum.