On 27th October 2018, after many years of hard work and planning, Special Help 4 Special Needs opened it’s first Resource Centre for everyone to access and use.
The Grand Opening of The Special Help 4 Special Needs Resource Centre was attended by friends, family and a number of individuals who have used the services of Special Help 4 Special Needs. The Resource Centre was kindly opened by Yvonne Newbold; a parent, author of “The Special Parent’s Handbook” and campaigner, as well as being a friend of Mark’s.
SO WHAT DOES THE NEW RESOURCE CENTRE HAVE.
The Idea of the Centre is to provide a range of services, including a hub for people to gather. In addition to the ongoing 1:1 support for individuals with neurodiverse issues, we can now offer the following:
Having the Resource Centre enables us to provide a range of groups without the worry of finding premises. Presently, these groups include a Dads/Male Carers ASD Awareness Course, and a Teenage Keeping Safe Course for teenagers with neurodiverse issues. The aim will be to expand upon these groups to include Anger Management and other general activity groups.
The Centre and its facilities make it easier to provide a range of training, both within the centre and online. For the full range please see our Training Page.
- Resources & Books
We sell a range of books and also provide individualised resources, including schedules for parents/carers and professionals to order and purchase. We are also developing a Resource and Toy Library for people to join and use.
- A place for people to meet and talk.
Whether it is for 1:1 work, a meeting, training or group sessions, a one off event or regular meetings, then ask us what we have and book a place.
SO WHATEVER YOUR NEED, PLEASE FEEL FREE TO CONTACT US ABOUT OUR SERVICES AND SEE WHAT WE CAN DO FOR YOU.