Today we are holding our Ipad Lunch session – a great opportunity to pick each other’s brains about Ipads and apps while enjoying a bite to eat and a general chit chat. On Wednesday evening we are holding our parents/carers evening out at a local pub for a tasty meal and c
Yesterday we had unusual visitors arrive at the Centre. Our young people were really keen to touch and hold our interesting and exotic guests, whereas some of the staff were a bit more reluctant…. Thanks to Berkshire Exotics from Ladds Garden C
Just to remind parents, carers and local professionals that we have an evening session taking place next Wednesday, 17th April. Pam Breslin will be coming to discuss Safeguarding children and young people. It’s an informal session and refreshments will be provided. Please phone
Well we have enjoyed the good weather over the weekend. It’s been warm enough to enjoy our garden, so we have been out and had a great time playing tennis and skittles. Long may it continue! We also enjoyed an outing to the river for the first time this year.
The Papworth Trust now have their own farm up and running in Powys and applications are now open to apply for a free 1 week break for families with a disabled child. You can apply via: http://www.papworth.org.uk/kerryfarm/apply/
Mencap want to hear from adults with a learning disability and their families about their experience of personal budgets. Personal budgets and direct payments are meant to give people more choice and control over their care. They are an important part of the Government’s strategy for
The Rainbow Tortoise charity was started to help Chiltern Centre for Disabled Children and Young People. Look on their website to see where the next sale is. www.rainbowthetortoise.co.uk If you wish to knit a tortoise, can buy a pattern for £2. These are obtainable via Chiltern Centr