2nd, 16th and 30th January

Sensory Session

Appreciate the sights, sounds, smells and tactile nature of the multi-sensory room. Relax and unwind in the peaceful surroundings or interact with the specialist equipment – the choice is yours.

10am – 12 noon & 1pm – 3pm

£5 per session

 

3rd, 17th and 31st January

Active Sensory

Activites may include floor basket ball and parachute activities with tactile, light up and ringing balls, and chair exercises for people with limited sight and/or mobility, including wheelchair users. Cool down uses meditation mood music for relaxation.

£10pp

To sign up or for further information call Bob Mitchell on 01904 760037 or 07939964230

 

4th January

 

Music Night

Music Night is a chance for people with disabilities and sight loss to get together socially at Wilberforce House.

Listen to and join together in singing popular songs from the 60s. 70s, 80, 90s and more!

£3 per person

 

5th January

Karaoke Friday

With a huge selection of songs to choose from there is something to suit all tastes.

10am – 11:30am

£3 per person

 

13th and 27th January

Childrens Sensory Session, 10am – 12pm

For children with multiple disabilities including learning disabilities and sight loss. Cost £5 per session.

To sign up or for further information call Bob Mitchell on 01904 760037 or 07939964230

 

13th and 28th January

Babies and Infants Sensory Session, 1pm – 3pm on the 13th, 10am – 12pm on the 28th.

For babies and infants (from birth to 3 years) with disabilities including autism, learning disabilities and sight loss. Cost £5 per session.

 

15th and 29th January

Private Sensory Sessions

Call Bob to book the sensory room for a private session.

 

18th January

Low Vision Clinic (please note there is now a charge for this service.)

Call 01904 760037 to book an appointment

 

25th January

Connect Cafe, 10:30 – 12:00pm, there will be refreshments and a raffle too:

This month we will be joined by Amanda Stevens from Dementia Forward, a local charity supporting people affected by Dementia.  The organisation provides a wide range of services and avenues of support and information around Dementia, whether there has been a diagnosis, there are concerns about memory loss or there is the need to support someone with memory loss.