NAS Sutton Branch
A branch of the National Autistic Society
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Tuesday & Friday Evenings
ARC Youth Club
ARC is a new and exciting service for kids aged 8-16 with moderate learning difficulties and special needs. They will be running evening activities every Tuesday and Friday including cooking, dancing, crafts and much more. They will also run trips during half terms including cinema, trips to London and to the coast.
Where: St Peters Church, Bishopsford Road, SM4 6BH
When: Tuesday and Friday evenings, 6pm to 9pm
For more info email Kellie email@example.com
Autism Movement Therapy Classes
Autism therapy movement is a programme designed for individuals with autism combining movement and music to stimulate communication between the left and right hemispheres of the branch. It is a highly structure and fun form of therapy through music, dance and improvisation. The class is fully inclusive and recommended from age 6 upwards.
Where: The Hawker Centre, Kingston
When: Saturdays from 1.15pm to 2.15pm starting from November 26th
Cost: £7.50 per class with other pricing offers available
More info: www.movementworks.org/what-is-amt/
Booking: Email firstname.lastname@example.org
AYCES Activities for Young Carers
Free regular activities for young carers at the Riverside Centre including sports, arts & crafts, cooking and gaming.
More info: Ring 0208 669 9050 or email email@example.com
New Girls Group in Sutton/Merton South West London Girls Connect
Sessions offer a positive environment where girls can form and maintain friendships in a safe and welcoming group whilst they explore new activities, learn social and play skills, and make friends. Activities would include arts and crafts, drama, music and games. They will also look at creative ways to explore issues relevant to the group e.g. bullying and friendships.
Where: Sutton Life Centre, 24 Alcorn Close, Sutton SM3 9PX
When: Monday evenings during term times
5.15pm – 6.15pm – 6 – 10 years old
6.30pm – 7.30pm – 11 – 16 years old
Sessions will costs £10 per session, £100 for a ten week term. Bursary places are available.
If you would like to register your daughter for the workshops, or if you have any questions, please email Hazel or Cassie at firstname.lastname@example.org
ABA Saturday Kids Club run by Focus Surrey
The club aims to introduce the principles of ABA to those children not yet on their own programmes, as well as being an extra resource for those already familiar to ABA. Children will be taught social and play skills, and work on specific individual targets determined by ABA professionals (see below) in consultation with parents. The club aims to be nurturing, fun and child-centred, and is open to children aged from two to 12 years. Our first term will run from October to December, with the club running from 10am to 2pm.
The club will also be a place where parents can meet other parents in similar postitions and listen to talks from guest speakers on related subjects. Please note that parents must stay on-site for the duration of the club and give their child a packed lunch during the 30-minute break. There is free wifi available plus tea, coffee and biscuits for the adults.
For more info email email@example.com
Inclusive Dance Club with No Limits
A fun and inclusive dance club aimed at children and young people with special needs ages 3-18. A variety of classes are available.
Dance Class for Children wtih Special Needs with Terri-Jayne's School of Dance
More info: Ring Terri-Jayne on 07545305240 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
New Dawn Inclusion Project
For all children but specifically children with disabilities aged 8 - 19yrs. Activities include arts and crafts, sporting games, drama, music and more. Qualified friendly staff.
More info: Call 07828123300 or visit website www.playassociationhf.org.uk
YOGA for Children with SEN
Fun, energising and relaxing YOGA course for children with SEN and their parent/carer starting Tuesday 6th June for 7 weeks
Booking: Places are limited and must be booked by emailing email@example.com or ringing Laura on 07905504818
A Toolkit of Essential Skills - Workshops for Parents of SEN
Special Help 4 Special Needs
The Workshops offer the skills to enable parents, carers and professionals to work with some of the difficult issues relating to children with special needs. Each workshop will focus on the practical issues and developing the skills needed by parents/carers and professionals to support the child with special needs in overcoming specific difficulties. Topics cover behaviour, toileting, sleep, obsessions & anxiety, transitions.
Where: Bourne House, 475 Godstone Road, Whyteleafe, Surrey, CR3 0BL
When: Various dates from February to July 10am to 2pm
Booking and Info: Contact Mark or Kirsty on 01883 621124 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
SIB Peer Support at Sutton Carers Centre
A new SIB peer support group which will help manage the challenges of helping to carer for a sibling and understand more about health conditions such as Autism and ADHD through games, art and much more.
Booking: Call 0208 2965611 to speak to someone on the Young Carers Team
Sutton Mencap run a group which offers social opportunities for 12-18 year olds with high functioning ASD. The group is run in the Wallington area every Thursday at 4.30pm during term times. For more information and to book a place please contact Olivia Griffin on 0208 647 8600 or email email@example.com
They also run a Community Link project for those overthe age of 18 which helps adults meet up and take part in different activities in the local area. For more information contact Caroline on 0208 647 8600 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Sutton Parents Forum run regular Cafe’s with local and national speakers. To join their mailing list and be kept up to date with their events please email: email@example.com or telephone 07557 760328.
A supportive, fun and interactive Play & Stay session for children and their families. An opportunity to access the range of services at Tweeddale Children’s Centre and meet new parents. Develop strategies to help and support your child’s development. Play Date provides a gentle and nurturing introduction to a pre-school environment for children with a range of needs. For children aged 0 – 5 years with additional needs.
"Tactile Tales" with Sutton Portage
Sessions for children with addition needs ages 5 and under. The session aims to develop your child’s senses, provide interactive stories and songs, improve listening and attending skills, support social interaction skills and develop turn taking/waiting and sharing skills.
More info: Contact Portage on 0208 770 4812
A local scout unit for those aged 14 - 18 years with special needs. They offer a wide range of activities - camping, watersports, cooking, climbing, shooting, games etc. They meet on a Wednesday from 8 - 9.30pm in Wallington (behind Neros).
The Werewolves of London Special Ice hockey club offers a special needs ice hockey programme for children and adults who have Developmental Disabilities such as Autistic Spectrum Disorders, Down Syndrome and other Learning Disabilities.