Christmas top tips & Whats on !!!!

Post date: Dec 9, 2016 3:37:26 PM

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Christmas Hints and Tips

This weeks hints and tips to help people with autism as well as some great social stories including our most popular ‘What to do if you get a present you don’t want’ and ‘what to do if something stops working’

The 12 Anxieties of Christmas

10 Ideas for a Happy Christmas

Social Story – Getting a Present You Don’t Want

Social Story – What to Do if Something Stops Working

Floral Pavilion – Autism Friendly Cinderella Pantomime!

Tickets are now on sale and going fast for the first ever Autism Friendly Pantomime at the Floral Pavilion in New Brighton

There will be no loud bangs or unexpected noises during the performance, there will be a sensory space available for those that would like a break away, visual guides will be produced to show people in advance what the environment will look like. . Click on the link below to see the event poster and share!

Floral Pavilion Autism Friendly Panto Poster!

Pam’s Pony Parties Christmas Grotto – Autism Friendly

Our lovely friends are hosting a special Santa’s Grotto at Pam’s Pony Parties for young children which includes brushing and grooming the ponies, a pony ride and a visit to meet Santa with a selection of Christmas crafts to do also. This is only £15.00 per child and take place on Saturday 17th and Sunday, 18th December and booking is essential, this can be done by calling Pam or on their website you can check out the available times and more details on the link below.

Pam’s Pony Party Website

Bubbles World of Play – Disability Sessions

Bubbles in New Brighton are hosting their next disability session on Monday, 19th December from 6:30 – 8:30pm; these sessions are for families with a disabled child and their siblings and provide a quieter more relaxed play session for all to enjoy. Further details on Bubbles and their disability session can be found on the link below.

Bubbles World of Play Website