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Local Support Groups

Local Support Groups

Below are the details for ASD/ADHD groups in Swale

 

Jimmy's Centre

 

Club Name: Jimmy's Centre
Address: New House Sports & Youth Centre, Chalkwell Road, Sittingbourne, Kent, ME10 2LP
Age Range:  8 - 13 Years
Opening Times: Tuesday 4:30 - 6:30pm, Sunday 2:00 - 5:00pm
Contact: Kerry Consitt - 07495337619 or  Jo Gifford - 07475453466

 

ASD/ADHD Support Coffee Morning for Parents of Children with ASD and ADHD

 

Once a month - 10-12 pm
Orchards, Atlee Way, Milton Regis, Sittingbourne, ME10 2HE
Contact: Tel: 03000411030/07718697516

 

ASD Support Group

1st Tuesday of every month at Richmond Academy
Nursery Close, Sheerness, ME12 2QT
Contact: Val Shrivel - FLO - 01795 662891

 

ADHD Family Support Group

Friday's 3-5
Sheppey Healthy Living Centre (off the Broadway, Sheerness ME12 1HH)
Contact: Beverly Nolker - 01795 583547/585335

 

Early Help and Preventative Services

Early Help and Preventative Services provide the right service, at the right time and in the right place to safeguard and meet the educational, social and emotional needs of children, young people and families to help them achieve good outcomes.

 

Every child, young person and their family should:

 

Aspire – aim to contribute positively to their communities and actively engage in learning and employment

Believe – in themselves, be resilient and empowered to manage their future

Achieve – good outcomes by getting the most out of life and developing the skills for adult wellbeing and independence.

 

This service is open to any family who feel they may need some additional support. This support can include:

 

 

Families are actively involved in all stages of the support process, this includes:

identifying desired outcomes

taking decisions

agreeing actions

agreeing when outcomes have been achieved and our support is no longer needed.

 

To get help is simple.  After discussion and agreement by you; Mrs Towsey completes an online form.  A support worker is then allocated within a couple of weeks to work with you in liaison with the school.

 

If you would like any further information or feel that the services of Early Help could benefit you or your family, further information can be found at:

 

http://www.kelsi.org.uk/special-education-needs/early-help-and-preventative-services

 

or come and discuss, in confidence, any concerns or find out more information from Mrs Towsey.

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