While many on the internet might want to reduce autism to something that should be laughed at as much as possible, with all things having been considered and taken into account it’s an actual behavioral condition that enormously impacts the people that are living with it at this current point in time. The needs of such people need to be addressed, and it is important to note that these needs actually aren’t all that significant. People with autism usually just don’t respond well to sensory overload, and they have a tendency to experience this if the music is too loud or if the lights are too bright.
Hence, you should invite autistic people to come to your party bus but also at the same time make sure that the environment that you might be creating inside of this Wyandotte party bus would be conducive to a good experience for them as well. For example, instead of blasting the music as loud as you can on a set of speakers, you can give everyone headphones and have them use those to listen to the music instead so that if someone might not want to listen to it due to the negative impact it would have on them, they can just avoid putting the headphones on.
Headphone based music listening can be great if you want your environment to be as inclusive as possible. Party buses are no fun if the people on them don’t care about each other, and by doing this you can create an expression of care that would transmit to anyone on the autism spectrum which is great because communication tends to be a problem to people in such situations.