Summer 16! Lots to do for SEND families in Bristol
Lots on offer over summer 2016 across Bristol for SEND families. With luck we'll have a few more sunny days before September. Sorry some are late to get out to you this time.
Don't forget BPC has developed a map and details of the Changing Places toilets in and around Bristol, and is running the Let's Go! Bristol Short Breaks Transport Scheme again for those who struggle to get out and about. Read all about these 2 projects here.
Enjoy the holidays. Sarah HJ, Bristol Parent Carers
Findability Summer 2016
This newsletter focuses on fun things to do in and around Bristol. There's 43 ideas and we've included information about transport, discounts and facilities.
Stay & Play Summer 2016
Ilminster Avenue Specialist Nursery School & Children’s Centre, Ilminster Avenue, (main entrance), Knowle, Bristol BS4 1BX
Thursday 28th July
Wednesday 3rd August
Tuesday 9th August
Wednesday 17th August
10am – 2pm
Accessible activities will be available for disabled children living in Bristol up to 10 years of age and their siblings.
Tea and coffee will be available for parent carers. Please bring your own food if staying over lunchtime.
Please contact Helen Cockram on 0117 9039781 for more information. We look forward to seeing you
A Golden Welcome Summer 2016
This project is specific to people living in the Bishpton/Cotham/Redland/St Andrews/Horfield locality.
Bristol Autism Support Summer 2016!
BAS has got quite a lot on this summer! Three summer picnics with special guests at each one. We're also running some really special sibling events with Oddly Moving Theatre Company and Circomedia! How cool is that! Please see below for full details. http://eepurl.com/b-XW55
Please forward this email to friends who may be interested. To learn more about us and what we do, please visit our website at www.bristolautismsupport.com
Lets All Play Summer 2016!
Lets All Play normally breaks up for the summer holiday but we have added two extra dates. We will be at St. Pauls Adventure Playground on Saturday the 30th of July from 12-4 and on Saturday the 13th of August also at St. Pauls Adventure Playground from 12-4.
To book a place or to find out more information please don't hesitate to get in touch. This is a part-time post so please don't be offended if I don't reply immediately my normal working days are Tuesdays and Saturdays
All the best
Inclusion Lead, Bristol Playbus
Mobile 07447 730347
Office 0117 9551561
Unit 8 St. Gabriels Business Park, St. Gabriels Road, Bristol, BS5 0RT
Cycling is the perfect Summer Activity! Cycling activity for all ages and abilities and the Bristol Family Cycling Centre has a full programme of Cycling activities for everyone.
Please find attached a flyer with the Summer Holiday Programme to share with all those who may be interested.
The programme will also be available online at:
Regards - Emma, 0117 9224123
Road Safety Officer, Sustainable Transport (City Hall), PO Box 3176, Bristol, BS3 9FS
Join us for the 3rd annual Bristol Inclusive Climbing Festival and also deaf friendly climbing
Two dates for your diary:
Friday 2nd September at Redpoint Climbing Centre, BS3 2NW (Climb with ropes and harness)
Sunday 4th September The Climbing Academy, BS5 0FD (Low level climbing, no ropes/harness)
Please find more information on the poster attached
FREE t-shirt for first 50 bookings
Fun challenges to win prizes and a raffle
We hope you can make it, please help us by spreading the word.
The BIC Fest Team!
Loads about Accessible and Inclusive Sports here
Bristol City Council Parenting Menu term 1 2016
Click here to download or view the PDF flyer.
If you wish to book a place on the course, please call the numbers mentioned on the menu.
Request from Healthwatch
Have you, or anyone you know recently come out of hospital? Healthwatch is working with the organisations that provide, fund and monitor health and social care services to improve people’s experiences of being discharged from hospital. Nearly two years on since we looked at hospital discharge we want to see what, if anything has improved. To do this task, we need to hear from you.
Please take a few minutes to complete this short survey online at http://bit.ly/1V8Nhca
Your feedback will be kept anonymous, however if you would like to leave your contact details you will be entered into a prize draw for £65 John Lewis voucher.
Healthwatch's Focus Topic for July, August, September - Culture, Health and Wellbeing
Share your experiences with Healthwatch Bristol
- Do health and social care services show an understanding of your culture and/ or faith?
- Tell us about your experiences of any health or social care service, including GPs, hospital, mental health services and social care services.
Healthwatch also wants to hear your feedback on the following issues:
- Cancer screening and prevention
- Mental health and wellbeing
- Language, health and wellbeing
Take a look at the attachment for more information and prompter questions!
Everyone can share their feedback via the Healthwatch Bristol website www.healthwatchbristol.co.uk,
Healthwatch Bristol will share all your comments with the people who provide, manage, develop and regulate health and social care services.
Supportive Parents Summer 2016 Newsletter
You can find it by clicking on the following link.
Bristol Local Coordinator, Supportive Parents
Third Floor, Royal Oak House, Royal Oak Avenue, Bristol BS1 4GB
Admin: 0117 9897724 Information & support Line: 0117 9897725
Supportive Parents, provides the Information, Advice and Support (IAS) Service for Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire.
We give free, confidential and impartial information, advice and support for parents, children and young people aged 0 - 25 about Special Educational Needs and Disabilities, the law, local policy and practice, the Local Offer and Education, Health and Care (EHC) Assessments and Plans.