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The building has wheelchair user access to all levels. Please contact us if you have any specific questions on mobility or ability issues.
A New Autism Sensory Room has Officially Opened in Whitehaven Members of the community and Copeland Mayor Mike Starkie attended the launch event on Friday. They joined Ketan Fox, who cut the ribbon to the new facility at Mirehouse Community Centre. The room has been…
PLEASE NOTE: DUE TO COVID19 our activities are being updated all the time so please speak to us about what is happening 01539 735025 or firstname.lastname@example.org The Oaklea Trust's support is designed to give all children and young people including those with disabilities a variety of supported…
SEND (special educational needs and disabilities) resources, activities and support to help you and your family during lockdown.
We’re excited to announce this May half term is the premiere of our long-awaited film Piccolo Pinocchio! In an interactive re-telling of this classic tale, Phil ‘ Mister Maker’ Gallagher joins us as the voice of ‘The Whale’. Adventure the haunted woods, run away to…
Do you know about the workshops we run at the Ragtag Arts and Community Scapstore? Very relaxed atmosphere, with small groups. Come along and see what we get up to. Please see below for more details.
Bendrigg Trust is very lucky to have a sensory room at our centre. When it is not in use by our groups this can be hired by individuals, groups or families for up to a maximum of 10 users.
This is an online course for Cumbria residents. Register online and gain FREE (prepaid) access*. This online course is for parents, relatives and friends of children who have a physical or learning disability, or may have autistic traits. (*where eligible)
WHAT WE DO Spectrum Gaming is an online community for autistic young people which has three main intended outcomes: 1) Building Friendships - A lot of autistic young people are lonely, isolated and struggle with friendships. We wanted to create a community where autistic young…
Talk-Active, through a range of activities and workshops, supports young people with learning difficulties (aged 10-18) to develop key skills and knowledge around 6 areas of life; A healthy life, safe life, expressive life, future life, skills for life and relationships. The project will also…
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