We run family services with Grangewood School in Middlesex, giving parents, carers and families the chance to support each other and have fun. These sessions, which cater for babies through to children in primary school, are detailed here.
Our varied programmes of activities run during the school term and over the holidays.We have to charge for these activities, but in some cases your local authority may contribute towards the costs. We're happy to chat through options with you.
The sessions here will run through until various dates so please check with us when booking. Our contact details are below.
Bring swimming costumes and little swimmers to make a splash at a family swim session in our hydrotherapy pool.
Monday afternoons, 1pm to 3pm (preschool children) and Saturday mornings, 10am to 12pm (all).
Our after school clubs means the fun and friendship can carry on once school has finished. Activities differ for Tues, Weds and Thurs. For instance on Tues, they include cooking, art and craft and write dance (movement to music), plus time in the sensory theatre. Please call us for further information on these sessions. Contact details are below.
Tuesday evenings, 3.15pm-5.15pm.
Wednesday evenings, 3.30pm to 5.15pm.
Thursday evenings, 3.30pm to 7pm.
Use music and creative play to make music and discover ways of communicating and interacting with your child. Held with our music therapist.
Thursday mornings, 10am to 11am.
Take part in a range of play activities whilst getting to know other families and sharing your experiences.
Twice weekly during school holidays, days vary, 10am to 3pm:
Focused activity days during the school holidays to give children the opportunity to get together over a common interest.
Selected days during Easter and summer holidays, 11am to 2pm:
This free, fun and supportive environment gives young people who have brothers or sisters with a disability the chance to get together and share experiences.
This free 10-week course for parents/carers of children with disabilities provides a support network where people can learn from each other. The course is led by a child psychotherapist and also offers specialist advice from speech and language therapists, nursing staff and experts in areas of child disability.
To book a place on any of our activities or to find out more about our family services call 01923 82 25 38 (Sunshine House School) or 01895 67 64 01 (Grangewood School) or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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