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MAKE @ Aldingbourne Dates

We have some fantastic events over the next few months and thought some of you might be interested in popping along to see for yourselves. Full listings of line ups is on our Facebook events page or you can give us a call and we will pass info on.

24th May

The Great MAKE quiz

Test your trivia and enjoy a Ploughman’s platter all for the ticket price of £5 per person, bookings in advance. Prize for the best team name and overall winners of the quiz.

18th May 2019

The MAKE Spring Event

Local performers and bands will be joining us for a day of fun, music, laughter, good food, games and crafts. Our team have also been learning a song to perform on the day.

22nd June

Kids Crazy Day of Fun

Children’s performers, Childrens fashion show, Crafts, Facepainting, Parents lego walk, Embarrass the Parents photo booth and much more

Teen Triple P Discussion Groups

Pompey In The Community Timetable

What’s On Over Easter 2019

Portsmouth Teenage Project: click here for the April timetable

DIAL Service Update

Oral care and people with learning disabilities

To help health professionals, paid social care staff and family members to support someone with learning disabilities to get good oral care.

You can download and find more information here. There is also a useful easy read version available.

Integrated Continence Pathway

This integrated pathway aims to describe the child’s journey through continence care and provides information and guidance about a range of continence and toileting issues.

The children in Portsmouth city have the right to easy accessible care which will help them achieve their best possible level of continence. 

The support offered by    services may range from parents requiring support to toilet train their pre-school child, through to more complex issues including day time and night time wetting, and product provision for children with complex disabilities.

You can download the leaflet and pathway below:

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Skills for Care Mapping Study: What development activities exist for parents of children with learning disabilities and/or autism to support successful transitions into adulthood?

Skills for Care have commissioned Research Partners to conduct research into the role of learning and development for family carers of a child or young person with a learning disability and/or autism, and the impact of that learning and development on young people’s transition to adult support services.

You can download the document below: