Families

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NAS Cambridge offers the following activities for families:

 

Latest news for families

  • Pinpoint Conference

    1 Feb 2018
    Burgess Hall, St. Ives 9.45am to 2.15pm
    Practical workshops and 1:1’s, it’s a chance to meet up with other parents, and find out about support and services for children and young people with additional needs and disabilities from around 40 information stalls.

    For booking and more information please follow the link:

    https://www.pinpoint-cambs.org.uk/event-archive/pinpoint-conference-2018/

     

  • Preparing for Adulthood (PfA) Group

    22 January
    Tesco Bar Hill, Community Room 10am – 12pm.
    Overview for parent/carers of the Mental Capacity Act and Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards ((MCA and DOLS). Meet Phil Carter MCA and DoLS Training and Development Worker to find out more about:
    • What is MCA and DoLs
    • Where the MCA fits in Human Rights legislation
    • What constitutes consent to care and treatment
    • Capacity – Supported Decision Making
    • Best Interest Decision Making
    • Restraints and Restrictions, Deprivation of Liberty

    If you would still like to come along email jackie@pinpoint-cambs.org.uk
    T: 01480 877333
    Please share with any parent/carers you think would benefit from coming along.

    For information on other PFA (Preparing for Adulthood) News/ Events that may be of interest to you go to our website:
    https://www.pinpoint-cambs.org.uk/useful-information/preparing-for-adulthood/

  • Bounce! Activity Club

    Free, Inclusive, Fun
    Saturday’s from 20 January to 3 March 2018
    St Luke’s Barn 12.30pm – 2pm
    It’s time to make your bookings for Bounce this term.
    Bounce is a free activity club for children aged between 5-11years. Activities include multi sports, arts and crafts, and board games. All sessions are run by volunteers from Student Community Action.

    We accept bookings for all children although priority is given to children with additional needs or who are disadvantaged in some way. Due to the health and safety of all participants we need all of the children to be able to follow instructions, engage in the activities and be toilet trained. Parents are asked to stay for the first session at least until the volunteers and child are happy for them to leave.

    To book a place, please contact caroline@cambridgesca.org.uk
    Places are limited and will be allocated on a first come first served basis.
    If you would like further information please contact Caroline.