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Football Clubs with Sensory Rooms in the UK

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Did you know that there are football clubs with sensory rooms in the UK? Last year BT and Premier League teamed up with ‘The Shippey Campaign’ to create more sensory rooms at premier league football clubs in the UK. There are several clubs which have integrated the sensory rooms into their stadiums to provide a […]

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Playtime for Children with Disabilities

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This post has been written by Special Kids all about the senses that children with disabilities develop during playtime. When you think about childhood, you probably think about the nostalgic memories of days spent playing with dolls, building blocks, and jigsaw puzzles. A magical time where your imagination was able to run riot while you […]

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My Journey with Autism from a Teenager to an Adult

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This blog post is written by a young woman named Aspling who shares her journey of life on the autism spectrum.  Let’s be honest here, when you think of autism you generally think about children, with adults being an afterthought. And in terms of support this is the same. There’s so much support for children, […]

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The Shaw Centre’s First Open Day at Redbank House

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On Thursday 14th June, The Shaw Centre held its first Open Day at our Redbank House premises. That marks 28 years since their very first Open Day in 1990. Guests were welcomed by the Chairman of the charity, Dave Williams. The first speaker, John Rouse, Chief Executive at Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership, […]

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Manchester After Hours Returns on Thursday 17th May 2018

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Manchester After Hours is back! In May last year we shared a number of activities that were taking place in the city for Manchester After Hours. And this year, there’s even more to choose from. Taking place on Thursday 17th May, the festival is only 1 day away. We have narrowed the list down to 3 […]

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Sensory Stories Provide Parties for Children and Young People with Disabilities and Behavioural Issues

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‘Children’s parties’ are often associated with excitement, laughter, screaming, balloons, games and lots of sugar! This ordinary idea of a party doesn’t always engage all children. And we at Sensory Stories, want to engage and empower all of our party guests. Sensory Stories is a partnership between us, Rachel and Natasha. We are 2 professional […]

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5 Things to do in Manchester this May Bank Holiday Weekend

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It’s looking to be a weekend with more sunshine than usual for our May bank holiday weekend this year. That makes a big difference from the typical rainy bank holiday Mondays that we are used to in the city. While there are lots of activities and events to choose from, we’ve selected a few related […]

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Home and Life Modifications for Disabled Parents

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This is a guest blog written by Ashley Taylor. She offers her advice on the challenges that disabled parents can face.  Having a baby is one of the most exciting times in a person’s life. You’re getting to know a new person who depends on you completely and will grow up to be an independent […]

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