• Find things to do in Hertfordshire at the click of a button

    things to do imageWe are making it easier and quicker for you to find Things to Do in your area.

    In this and future issues, you will no longer see leaflets and adverts in the newsletter. You simply need to click on this link "Things to do" to find our data base of SEND events and activities listed in the Local Offer website.

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  • Siblings First

    Did you know - Families in Focus offer free places in fun and games activities for brothers, sisters of children with additional needs.

    Siblings can join in with therapeutic play, fun and games with discussions, sharing and expressing feelings, understanding more about your brother or sister and why they do what they do. Find new ways of coping with difficult things and meeting other children who live in family similar to yours. Read more

  • Parent Network Support

    Families in focus CIC logoIf you're looking for support and information about caring for a child or young person with additional needs, the Parent Network can help. Read more

  • Workshops 'Just for Dads'

    DSPL 9 is providing 2 hour workshops 'Just for Dads' who care for children with special needs and/or disabilities, living in the Watford, Bushey, Radlett and three rivers areas.

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  • Saracens mixed ability rugby

    mixed ability rugbyIts not too late to register to play mixed ability rugby with Saracens Rugby Club at the Hertford Rugby Club.

    The group run by the Hertfordshire branch of the National Autism Society started on 24 July but is ongoing and new players always welcome.

    Register online here or email Charlie.white@saracens.net

  • Bridge that gap with Study Plus

    Study PlusStudy Plus is a FREE course aimed at young people aged 16 – 19 (20 - 24 with an EHCP) who are not in education, training or employment or who may have found formalised education settings a challenge in the past.

    Study Plus offers smaller classes and a specialised approach for those learners who need additional support to achieve their goals. 

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