Wednesday, January 19, 2022

Tag: autism

“Ultimate gamers playground” opens to public in Redditch

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A host of popular old machines used by a youth and community project in Redditch has opened its impressive gaming floor up to the public to help raise funds for the charity.

Grand Pier offers to extend autism ‘quiet hour’ provision

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Weston-super-Mare’s iconic Grand Pier has improved its accessibility for people with autism and other sensory issues by extending its “quiet hour” provisions. Taking place on the first Sunday of every month the site has hosted two such hours where background music and tannoy announcements are turned off and - where possible - strong lighting reduced on units. Having received near-widespread acclaim...

“Many benefits” to working with autistic staff, says Grand Pier

Adam Baker Grand Pier working with Autistic staff
In marking Mencap’s Learning Disability Week recently, the Grand Pier in Weston-super-Mare has highlighted the role it plays as a place of opportunity for staff with autism

Hundreds attended amusements charity events

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A Hunstanton amusement park and arcade has spoken of its pride in helping the growth of a local charity effort that serves children with a range of learning difficulties.   Hundreds of youngsters visited Rainbow Park Amusements as part of the Hunstanton Lions annual fun day, now in its fifteenth year, last week. They came from the nearby Churchill Park Complex...