Play a game to take your mind off difficult things and have some fun. Over at Childline, you can browse all the games in one go or select a type of game you'd like to play. They have lots to choose from, including arcade, puzzles and quizzes. Click here to pick your favourite. N.B. For your information, this is not organised or run by Leighton Buzzard Mencap.
For as long as schools are closed, Audible are open. Right now, kids everywhere can instantly stream an incredible collection of stories, including titles across six different languages, that will help them continue dreaming, learning, and just being kids. All stories are free to stream on your desktop, laptop, phone or tablet. Explore the collection, select a title and start listening. It's that easy. Click here to find a story to listen to today. N.B. For your information,
People living in both residential and supported accommodation in Leighton Buzzard have been using Chromebook laptops to communicate over the internet during the coronavirus lockdown. They have been able to reduce feelings of isolation through Skype chats with their families and friends and have been playing a wide variety of on-line games, both individually and interactively. The laptops have also enabled residents to chat with friends living on their own in supported accommo
The Adult Services team at Autism Bedfordshire are offering an online Parent Support Group for parents that have adult children on the autistic spectrum. You can talk with other parents, share stories and experiences, and get advice, information and guidance from a member of the team. Dates: Tuesdays 28th April, 12th and 26th May 2020 Location: Zoom (online) Time: 7.00pm - 8.00pm Please contact email@example.com or call 01234 214 871 if you'd like to join. This is only
Calling all super fans of Holiday Club's Aga! As part of the English National Opera Baylis Singing programme, every Friday at 11am, Aga Serugo-Lugo is bringing 'Sing on the Sofa' to you and your families at home. The workshops will explore fun singing exercises and are aimed at those aged 11-18 years old, but they can be enjoyed by all the family. The first workshop looks at the importance of warming up our voices and our bodies when singing, with a closer look at the Overtur
Mencap are launching their brand new online series on YouTube tomorrow called MencapTV, and we can't wait! 📺 Every day they'll have fun activities to keep you entertained, following a different theme. They will be kicking things off tomorrow with a simple exercise routine to keep you moving at home, so don't miss out and make sure you're subscribed to the Mencap YouTube channel. Check out the programme below! N.B. For your information, this channel is not organised or run by
We are very excited to announce that our friends over at Spectrum Community Arts are offering some super sessions online! These sessions will take place using a platform called ZOOM. For those who aren't familiar with the programme, it is a free app you can download onto any device that has access to the internet and a camera. It allows up to 100 people to all share video and audio at the same time, a bit like a big group 'Facetime'! The online, ZOOM timetable below will stay
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