Children and families judge their inclusion far more on the warmth of welcome than on whether all the ramps and handrails are in place. Inclusion is about valuing all individuals, giving equal access and […]
SNAP Cymru provides information, advice and support for parents, children and young people who have, or may have, special educational needs or disabilities.
Our advice is impartial, confidential and free and is provided through our helpline and specialist casework service.
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Free Inclusive Play training available – funded by the Welsh GovernmentInclusive play should be the simplest thing in the world – the one thing that all children have a right to expect – that they will be able to play freely with each other. For disabled children this is often not the case and they sit on the side-lines or are given an alternative less enjoyable activity to do. SNAP Cymru are passionate about working with others to include all children -With the support of WG funding we are able to deliver a further 20 free training courses across Wales in the coming 6 to 9 months.The training is for anyone wanting to adopt inclusive practices with children and young people and to have an understanding of the legislation so they can support inclusion.Local Authority teams, including managers play workers and volunteers, PACEY’s registered Childminders ,Flying Start, Early Years Providers across Wales, private nurseries Sprts Foundation’s staff and volunteer who run inclusive sporting sessions, third sector organisations etcThe responses to previous courses been brilliant:“The course has dramatically changed my approach to working with children and young people with disabilities”,“I can now think of lots of different activities for children of all different abilities”“One of the activities was the most powerful activities I’ve ever taken part in – fantastic way to show importance of listening to families and & multi-agency communication”We have three different courses we are running so contact us quickly in September if you would like us to come and deliver any or all three of the free sessions – ( They do book up pretty quickly!)‘Disability Awareness’ (which is accredited by Agored Cymru),‘Healthy Risk Taking’‘All Children Can Play’ –see our training page for further details on eachhttp://www.snapcymru.org/training/The courses are free and can be delivered across Wales in both Welsh and English. Each course can be adapted to suit play workers from all settings and age groups.http://www.snapcymru.org/inclusive-play-training-proves-to…/6 0 3
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