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Little Miracles Ramsey

This volunteer-run charity consists of other parents who know what it is like to have a child with additional needs or a life-limiting condition and who understand the challenges you face.

Provides a free, safe environment with activities for all children with additional needs, disabilities and life limiting conditions and their siblings. This gives parents a chance to talk and get support with their problems from others who have faced a similar situation.

Little Miracles Ramsey, Ramsey Locality office, The Boundary, Hollow Lane, Ramsey, cambs, PE261DG.
Please contact LMRamsey chairperson Amy Clarke
Telephone :07715306112 Email: amy.clarke@littlemiraclescharity.org.uk
Website: www.littlemiraclescharity.org.uk

Peterborough and Cambridgeshire District Dyslexia Association (PACDDA)

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

 

Pinpoint Preparing for Adulthood group

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.

Sessions run at Bar Hill Tesco’s community room, Viking Way, Bar Hill, Cambridge CB23 8EL

Contact: Jackie King at Pinpoint. T: 01480 877333  E: jackie@pinpoint-cambs.org.uk

 

Additional Needs Support Group, Sawston & Linton

Contact family worker Andrea Ghelani on 01223 706373

Welcome 2 Our World Wisbech

The group is run and supported by parents with a view to raising funds to build a centre for the use of children and young adults who have disabilities and their families. It meets regularly on a fortnightly basis and organises social events for the whole family.

Facebook: Welcome 2 Our World – Fenland.

Contact Jayne Denby at Jayne.denby1@btinternet.com or 01945 410071 for more details.

The Parent Group St Ives

 A drop in support group for parents by parents. This is for parents of children of all ages and covers all parenting issues. Children are welcome but please bear in mind this is not a toddler group. Meets 2nd and 4th Friday of the month 9.15am – 10.30am term time only at Broad Leas Centre St Ives PE27 5QB. It’s 50p a week to cover costs of refreshments.

All welcome for a chat, a cuppa and cake.

Contact is Carol Mutter

T: 01480 464526

E: carolmutter@btinternet.com

Support, Offload, Chat

Support, Offload, Chat is a mutual support group for parents and carers of children with special needs based in Huntingdon. If you care for a child with additional needs and want to talk and share ideas with people in a similar situation, pop down for a cuppa and chat. SOC meets every Friday afternoon during term time,9-11am at Huntingdon Youth Centre, Sallowbush Road, PE29 7AF. You can turn up on the day. Contact Emma Britton on 07798 633303 Email SOC.huntingdon@hotmail.com

SEND parent drop-in, Godmanchester

Come along to drop-in sessions on Tuesdays 10am to 11am (under 5yrs)

Sessions run fortnightly, term time only.

For parents of children with additional needs, come and have a chat and access additional support.

Godmanchester Children’s Centre, Park Lane, Godmanchester PE29 2AG

T: 01480 375116

 

March Pegs

 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.

E: marchpegs@gmail.com

T: 07989 685796 (or text Sharon on this number)

Facebook: March Pegs.

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