Stay & Play at Noah's Centre
Every Week, (Free to attend, No booking required) at Noah's Centre, Rugby
Noah's Early Years Centre is an Early Years Centre for children with special needs in Rugby and the surrounding area. They offer a range of fun sessions covering sensory, physical, communication and social development with many of their sessions run by professionals such as early years practitioners, occupational therapists and speech and language therapists and speech and language therapists. Stay and Play sessions are available every Monday, Wednesday and Friday afternoons between 1:30 and 2:30 pm.
Brooke School, Overslade Lane, Rugby CV322 6DY
Tel: 01788 812324
Every 2nd Saturday (Free to attend, No booking required) at Saltisford Church, Warwick
Join the Autisms Cafe every second Saturday of the month from 2pm - 5pm. A safe place for all children, parents and siblings welcome. Enjoy their sensory area, creative activities, pool table and refreshments.
Saltisford Church, Albert Street, Warwick, CV34 4JX
Tel: 01926 496779
Santa's Quiet Grotto
8th December from 2:30pm (Booking required) at Dobbies Garden Centre, Rugby
This experience includes meeting with Santa and a special gift for your little ones. Dobbies are pleased to be able to offer visits for children with additional needs. These sessions can only be pre-booked, with no queuing on the day and a reduced number of families in each slot. During your visit all music is off, twinkling lights are removed or switched off, you can choose to have your child's gift wrapped or not and they email a photo of your specific grotto to prepare children for what they will see on the day prior to your visit.
Dobbies Garden Ctr., Straight Mile, Rugby, CV23 9QO
Tel: 01788 812830
Every Sunday (Booking required) at Newbold Comyn Leisure Centre
Leamington Dolphins Swimming Club is a swimming club for children and young adults with additional needs, which meets on a weekly basis from 5:30 pm on Sunday evenings during term time. |They welcome children and young adults with any form of disability, to come along with their siblings and parents, and learn to swim in a safe and friendly environment. Their team of volunteers will work with new members initially, ensuring that they gain the confindence and the water skills required, before moving on to their ASA instructors, who will then help them to acquire badges and certificates accredited by the ASA. (Proof of disability may be required)
Newbold Comyn Leisure Centre, Newbold Terrace, Leamington Spa, CV32 4EW