Getting Active with Sport and Neurodiversity Action-attainment CIC & Brentford FC CST Building Families' Skills for Life
‘On the Ball’
Getting Active with Sport and Neurodiversity
Action-attainment CIC & Brentford FC CST Building Families’ Skills for Life
Some children benefit from small, child and family focused groups to get started with sport. Act-attain and BFC CST deliver ‘On the Ball’ at Palewell Common, East Sheen, to support families to have fun, build skills, meet peers and learn inclusion strategies together. ‘On the Ball’ leads into Fun in the Sun, holiday activities in small peer groups learning skills for tennis, golf and watersports.
Sheen Mount Primary School is inviting parents from local schools to come and meet Action-attainment at 9am on the 10th of March to learn how community programmes can support healthy development of neurodiverse children and families.
Information below outlines how to join essential in person and on-line introductory parent workshops.
Any questions? Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Click here to find out what SEND events are coming up in the borough
ADHD EMBRACE events
ADHD EMBRACE is a Richmond / Kingston based charity which supports children and young people who either have a diagnosis of ADHD or present with traits of ADHD. They run workshops, webinars and also 1:1 parenting sessions to support local families. The link below has the events they will be running over the next two terms.
Events with ADHD Embrace
SEND Parent Champions
Are you a SEND parent/carer with a child who has an EHCP or receives SEN support?
Would you like to join a community to help other parents?
SEND Parent Champions are able to share information and advice based on their own experiences. This initiative is part of a national scheme that helps thousands of families and provides full training.
Benefits for families:
- Raises parents’ awareness of SEND services in the area.
- Brings SEND families together in community settings
- Learning about services relevant to your family and other families
- Allows SEND families to be involved in the development of local services
- Works to support minority groups and their engagement with services
Benefits for Parent Champions volunteers:
- A chance to gain skills and confidence
- Experience to show when seeking training or employment
- An opportunity to give back to your community
- Being part of a unique and inspirational team
For more information visit our page on the Local Offer website