The annual conference this year will look at the hot topic of mental health in young people with Autism, ADHD and learning disability. [Read more…]
Do you want to stay away from home? Would you like to learn new life skills? Join in the fun at Camp Whizz-Kidz! [Read more…]
The Outdoor Partnership in conjunction with The Beacon Climbing Wall will be offering free six week climbing sessions for disabled children and young people age 5 to 18. [Read more…]
Come along to Conwy Library for Storytime and Christmas Crafts [Read more…]
Groundwork North Wales are running Creative Play sessions for Parents/Carers and their children in Mochdre Village Hall. [Read more…]
Playful Parents is an informal, interactive and fun workshop which looks at the importance of children’s play. [Read more…]
Christmas can be an exciting and fun time, but people with autism may be confused or distressed by all the new activity.
Follow the link to The National Autistic Society for some useful tips that may help you through the festive period.
‘Time to Talk’ sessions provide a confidential opportunity for parents/carers to have a conversation with an Educational Psychologist about their child’s progress. [Read more…]
The Epilepsy Passport is a paper record containing relevant and up-to-date clinical information about a child or young person’s epilepsy. It has been developed by the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH) following one of the key recommendations of the RCPCH Child Health Review into Epilepsy (RCPCH, 2013).
If you have a child with epilepsy you might like to consider completing the attached passport with your epilepsy nurse or Paediatrician and using it in the school and community.
Contact a Family is a national charity for families with disabled children. They provide information, advice and support. They have produced an excellent Fact sheet: Claiming Disability Living Allowance for children. [Read more…]