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Sunday, 1 September 2019

Short Breaks Family Activity Day

Come along to our family activity day for children under 18 with a disability, their family and friends! Activities on this day are: Under 5’s play, Orienteering, Arts and Crafts, Nature Trail, Forest Knights, Sno-tubing, Rifles, Low Zip, Abseiling and Freedom Through Fun. JUST £5 PER PERSON! Mobiloo (fully accessible toilet and changing facility) will be in our grounds during this day. Booking

Sunday, 1 September 2019

Meet the animals! Disability fun day at Tilgate Nature Centre

Come along to our Disability Fun day at Tilgate Nature centre This event is open to all ages > Meet the animals > See the animals being fed (Tapir, reindeer and meerkats*) > Listen to special animal talks > Take photos with our animals > Fun arts and crafts and activities You can book in advance or turn up on the day. If booked in advance a programme of events will be sent prior t

Friday, 6 September 2019
Burgess Hill

Play and Learn Plus

Our PACT Gold Award winning drop-in play session on Fridays from 10:00 – 11:30am at Sidney West Children & Family Centre, Leylands Road, Burgess Hill, RH15 8HS. We offer a range of sensory activities, including messy play and singing, specifically for children from 0 - 5 years with any additional needs. Siblings are welcome. This group is teacher-led and includes Toy Library, information

Sunday, 15 September 2019

Albion in the Community Wheelchair/Powerchair football

Do you use a wheelchair or powerchair? Would you like to play football? We are starting a new regular session open to anyone with a wheelchair or powerchair who would like to give football a try. You could be a complete newcomer, or someone looking to return to the game. The session will be delivered by our expert coaches and specialist powerchairs will be available for players to use if they

Monday, 16 September 2019

Developing Resilience Workshop

This is a FREE workshop for parents and carers of children & young people with additional needs and disabilities.
We discuss and share effective strategies for Developing Resilience, learn together and support each other. You don't need to be a member of PACSO to attend. Parents, carers and professionals welcome. Booking NOT required.
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Tuesday, 17 September 2019
Shoreham by Sea

Making Sense of Issues around Food

This workshop will discuss children who display eating difficulties such as selective eating; in particular relating to children with autistic spectrum conditions, Sensory Processing Difficulties, behavioural issues and anxiety. You will learn about factors that affect eating and explore possible causes for Behavioural Feeding Difficulties. You will take away positive and practical strategies to

Wednesday, 18 September 2019

Making Sense of Sensory Processing Differences

The WSCC Autism and Social Communication Team with the University of Sussex present: “Making Sense of Sensory Differences” – a one day conference linking the sensory experiences of children and adults with autism with the science behind sensory differences. The conference will bring together researchers into a range of sensory differences with adults on the spectrum who will share their sensory

Thursday, 19 September 2019

First Steps to Adulthood Horsham

We will be filling the Sports Hall at Collyer's College, Horsham with many services, organisations and providers who can support you and your family. If you have a young person aged 14-25 with additional needs or disabilities you are invited to drop in anytime between 5-7.30pm to pick up information, speak to some of the organisations direct and a chance to ask all those questions you need.

Friday, 20 September 2019

Beacon House - Living with Complex Trauma: How to survive and thrive after chronic stress

Individuals who have experienced repeated trauma, stress, loss and harm throughout their lives can find themselves deeply affected in a number of ways. These ways might include: •Feeling alone and very frightened •Feeling guilty and ashamed of who they are •Struggling to sleep, losing their appetite, or eating much more than usual •Struggling to go to work •Struggling to have healthy, stable rel

Tuesday, 24 September 2019
East Grinstead

Making Sense of Anxiety (Primary aged children)

Learning how to manage our feelings is an important life skill. While all children feel anxious sometimes, being worried, fearful or stressed too often can negatively affect their development. This session will provide: an introduction to understanding anxiety in children; ways to support them if they are worrying too much; and tips for looking after yourself along the way. Our workshops are fr