Autism Ready Libraries is a research to practice project at the University of Washington Information School to help libraries better serve children with autism and their families. To date, Autism Ready Libraries has performed focus groups and interviews with both librarians and the autism community to identify common barriers in access to the library and library resources. Autism Ready Libraries has also conducted a small sample of interviews with families that have children with autism to identify their needs and how the library can support them with programs and accommodations, as well as facilitated a participatory design session with librarians to better understand the challenges and barriers that sensory storytimes can present. The participatory design session also highlighted what tools librarians might need to overcome those challenges, and a few best practices that they implemented in their sensory storytimes. This poster will detail these findings and our previous work with Autism Ready Libraries, and provide takeaways for libraries and librarians working on inclusion for children with autism and their families. Our poster presentation will also include a description of our future research, and how librarians and library systems can get involved.