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  1. Support for Children

    From: Springcare Support Services

    What is the service? The service is to provide personal care support for children in the home or; Outreach support to access the community, providing parents with respite. What types of children do you support? Children with Learning Difficulties, Autism,...

  2. Art Engine

    From: Markfield

    This fun,lively session supports adults with learning disabilities and autism to develop thier creative talents in a safe and supportive group. Art Engine activities include painting, pottery, photography, sculpture, drama and music as well as a yoga...

  3. Audio Described

    From: Cineworld Wood Green

    Audio description is special service for blind and visually impaired cinema goers. For selected films, a narration track is available which can be accessed through special headphones only. This fills the gaps between dialogue by describing what is happening...

  4. The Kaos Signing Choir

    From: Kaos Organisation

    The Kaos Signing Choir for Deaf & Hearing Children is an integrated project for young people aged 4 to 18. The choir has wowed audiences at venues such as the Royal Festival Hall, London’s Barbican Centre and St. Paul’s Cathedral, has performed many times...

  5. Free Youth Club for Wheelchair users

    From: Whizz-Kids

    Free Youth Clubs: These clubs are for people who want to meet up and try new activities with other young people, and are for wheelchair users aged between 8 and 25 years (all London young wheelchair users welcome). Most of the young people who attend...

  6. Sunday Club

    From: Step by Step

    Step by Step takes the challenge out of Sunday boredom by providing the children with a full day of indoor and outdoor social and recreational activities. Activities include: Arts & Crafts, Fitness, Cycling, Drama & life skills, Music & movement, Cooking...

  7. Better Together Social Club

    From: The Community Hub

    Every Wednesday 11 am to 3 pm If you are 55+ and want to be involved, socialise and make new friends then join our Better Together Social Club. Play fun and brain games to improve concentration. chair base exercise session. Create your own masterpiece...

  8. All for One

    From: Markfield

    All for One is a music arts and sports club for adults with autism or learning disabilities. There are some free places on this club for those who do not qualify or have a very personal budget. This group of mainly younger adults enjoy accessing local...

  9. Autism friendly films

    From: Vue Cinema Wood Green

    Autism friendly films are special screenings where subtle changes to the traditional cinema environment have been made, namely – Lights are left on low The sound is turned down Trailers and adverts are not played It's ok for people to move around during...

  10. Squidz

    From: Heart N Soul

    The Squidz Club is a night for young people with learning disabilities (aged 10-25) their friends and families. Featuring young DJs and artists in a fun and friendly atmosphere. The club is a chance for you to have a good time, make new friends and be...

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