2nd March

Karaoke Friday

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

10am – 11:30am

£3 per person

 

Please note due to the adverse weather the Tinnitus group has unfortunately been cancelled. We will update once this has been rescheduled.

 

6th and 20th March

 

FREE Technology Drop In Come in with your technology or try ours!

10am – 2pm

 

7th March

Yorsensory outreach unit at Oaken Grove Community Centre in Haxby

10.30 am—12.30pm

 

10th and 24th March

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

 

10th and 25th March

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.

 

12th and 26th March

Private Sensory Sessions

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

 

13th and 27th March

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

 

14th and 28th March

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

 

21st March

Low Vision Clinic, please phone for an appointment. There is a £55 fee for this which includes a free low vision aid should one be required!

 

22nd March

Connect Cafe:

This month we will be joined by Bob Towner from York Older Peoples Assembly (YOPA). YOPA members are all over 50 and represent the main groups working with older people in York. Their aim is to raise awareness of policy issues affecting older peoples lives, to be well represented on the boards of the Council, Hospital Trust and Primary Care Trust, to sit on policy-making committees, and to speak out in the press and media on local and national issues of concern to older people.

If you are interested in attending please get in contact with Cathy Woodward or Kerry Pickup 01904 760037 or just turn up on the day.

10am – 12:30pm

 

24th March

We are proud to have partnered with York Literature Festival to bring you the Poetry for All Event

Including a BSL interpreter, big screen projection of poems submitted in advance, assistive animals – including guide dogs and hearing dogs for the deaf – and carers welcome!

Featured poets: Raymond Antrobus, Donna Williams (DeafFirefly), and York’s own Imogen Godwin!

Tickets can be booked through the Theatre Royal

7:00 pm