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Friday, 4 January 2019
Worthing

Deaf Children's Society - Brighton, Hove & West Sussex

Come along for Coffee and a chat, children welcome. Have you considered coming to our free coffee mornings? If you are considering joining or are already a member then this is a great opportunity for parents/carers to meet in a relaxed informal atmosphere. Just turn up, sit down, relax and enjoy a coffee/tea and a chat. If you are interested in coming along pop us an email so we can make sure we

Monday, 7 January 2019
Bognor Regis

Little PACSO - Bognor sessions

Little PACSO is a unique toddler group for children 0-5 years with additional needs & disabilities and their siblings to play together. FREE! No need to book! Come along and enjoy toys & activities, sensory room, messy play, singing and lots of fun!
Meet other parent carers and their children. Bognor sessions now on Mondays 9:30-11am at The Treehouse Children & Family Centre! (

Tuesday, 8 January 2019
North Chailey

ICT Assisted Technology Information Evenings

Join our ICT expert Paul to explore the technology used to enable computer access to people with a disability. Find out how you can engage with the digital world.

Tuesday, 8 January 2019
North Chailey

ICT Assisted Technology Information Evenings

Join our ICT expert Paul to explore the technology used to enable computer access to people with a disability. Find out how you can engage with the digital world.

Wednesday, 9 January 2019
Worthing

Umbrellas (Worthing)

A support group for parent and carers of children and young people with any additional needs or a disability (your child does not need a diagnosis to come along). Children are welcome to come along but parents and carers remain responsible for their children at all times.

Wednesday, 9 January 2019
Chichester

Little PACSO - Chichester sessions

Little PACSO is a unique toddler group for children 0-5 years with additional needs & disabilities and their siblings to play together. FREE! No need to book! Come along and enjoy toys & activities, sensory play, messy play, singing and lots of fun!
Meet other parent carers and their children. (Bognor sessions also available)

Wednesday, 9 January 2019
Chichester

He Ain't Heavy

Performer Grania Pickard tells the story of growing up with her disabled autistic brother Sean using physical theatre, aerial circus, audience interaction and storytelling. Through puppetry, the audience see how Sean walks, talks and interacts with the world and how his unique take on life has shaped and influenced Grania. “When people ask me about my brother I usually give them the short answer

Wednesday, 9 January 2019
Chichester

He Ain't Heavy - accessible production

Performer Grania Pickard tells the story of growing up with her disabled autistic brother Sean using physical theatre, aerial circus, audience interaction and storytelling. Through puppetry, the audience see how Sean walks, talks and interacts with the world and how his unique take on life has shaped and influenced Grania. He Ain't Heavy is an accessible production, with a relaxed attitude t

Wednesday, 9 January 2019
Chichester

He Ain't Heavy - accessible production

Performer Grania Pickard tells the story of growing up with her disabled autistic brother Sean using physical theatre, aerial circus, audience interaction and storytelling. Through puppetry, the audience see how Sean walks, talks and interacts with the world and how his unique take on life has shaped and influenced Grania. He Ain't Heavy is an accessible production, with a relaxed attitude t

Wednesday, 9 January 2019
Chichester

He Ain't Heavy

Performer Grania Pickard tells the story of growing up with her disabled autistic brother Sean using physical theatre, aerial circus, audience interaction and storytelling. Through puppetry, the audience see how Sean walks, talks and interacts with the world and how his unique take on life has shaped and influenced Grania. “When people ask me about my brother I usually give them the short answer