Spectrum is a parent-led children’s charity providing a range of inclusion-focused events, sessions, away days and support for families of children with Autism, additional needs, learning difficulties and disabilities.
Registration with them is free and they support families across East Anglia and the surrounding counties, from the very start of their journey, a clinical diagnosis is not required to join them.
As a registered member you can also access their Family Worker & Child Psychology support for SEND from the comfort of your own home. This covers many areas such as behavioural, child developmental, anxiety management, Education Heath Care Plans (EHCP), Disability Living Allowance (DLA), Personal Independence Payment (PIP) and Positive Parenting.
Additionally, alongside working with schools, they are a leading UK distributor for the Max Card, provide secure Minecraft servers for children with additional needs and also a supportive online community for families registered with them.
T: 01223 955404
Helping Little Hands Learn provides consulting, tutoring and support services for children with additional needs – from infants to teens. Our unique approach means each intervention and support package is tailored to individuals needs and motivations, learning and having fun along the way. We strive to build strong, trusting and lasting relationships, to advocate for the needs of the child/young person, and to help children/young people to reach their full potential.
Contact: Skye Ward Phone: 07305 060085 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.helpinglittlehandslearn.com/
PACDDA is a local charity working to help people affected by dyslexia in and around Cambridgeshire and Peterborough. It runs Children Will Shine (CWS) sessions at Peterborough during term-times, on Mondays, from 4pm -5.30pm at the Heritage Park Primary School Community Hall, Park Farm Way, Park Farm. Peterborough, PE2 8XA .
PACDDA website has information and links to other organisations.
Email your queries via the website or get in touch via the PACDDA facebook page
A parent group , organised by Pinpoint, meeting termly at Bar Hill for those raising young people aged 14-25 with additional needs and disabilities. All parent carers welcome.
More information and bookings can be found on our events page
Peterborough and Surrounding Counties Family Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) Support Group runs a monthly support group at Peterborough which is open to Cambridgeshire families.
Support group sessions are held at The Spinney, Hartwell Way, Ravensthorpe, Peterborough. PE3 7LE, where it works in partnership with Little Miracles.
Contact Brian Roberts 18 Doddington Road, Chatteris PE16 6UA 01453488400
March Pegs supports Fenland families with additional needs and disabilities. Monthly sessions are held at The Burrow, at Burrowmoor Primary School, Burrowmoor Road, March on the last Saturday of the month (but as volunteers aren’t always available we email out closer to the dates to confirm the sessions), 10.30am to 12noon. This group is for all ages and siblings are welcome.
• Does your child struggle?
• Does your child get frustrated?
• Does your child fit in?
• Is it easier to stay at home?
• Do you feel isolated?
Then March Pegs offers a place to bring your child/children to have a chat or just a chance to get out of your house!
March Pegs is a voluntary organisation which understands children with unique personalities or a child who has been diagnosed with a different way of thinking. In fact four of our volunteer helpers are parents of children with special needs and the other two volunteers have years of experience working with these children.
Seasonal themed activities are planned and supported by our volunteers so the children can join in if they wish or they can just free play. Let your child/children be themselves in a safe and entertaining environment.
T: 07989 685796 (or text Sharon on this number)
Facebook: March Pegs.
Little Miracles Ely is a Cambridgeshire based parent-led support group and registered charity for families with children that have additional needs, disabilities and life limiting conditions, their carers and siblings. Continue reading “Little Miracles Ely”