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Play and Chat @ PLUS

This project has been initiated by parents who are keen to ensure that parents of pre school children are able to feel supported.

Play and Chat is hosted by PLUS, and is held at our premises on Broadleys Road in Springkerse Industrial Estate. Parents with children from birth - 5 can attend, pre booking and a formal referral is not required.

This group aims to support parents across the Forth Valley whose children have;

 - additional support needs

 - developmental delays

 - disability

- medical conditions

 - communication difficulties

Siblings are also welcome to attend.

Running on a weekly basis, the group will alternate between a Monday morning (9.30am - 11am), and a Thursday afternoon (1pm - 2.30pm). Please contact Jemma Mundell on  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or phone 01786 450086 to confirm dates of events.

 

Opportunity PLUS

Works with children with additional support needs aged 3 - 5.

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Opportunity PLUS provides support to children with additional support needs through the provision of weekly 2hour play sessions.

To find out more about Opportunity PLUS, please contact Jemma in the PLUS Office.

This project is funded by the Better Breaks Fund.

   

Playplus

Works with children with disabilities aged 5 -11

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Playplus provides support to disabled children to attend school holiday, weekend and occasional evening play opportunities, and other activities. Siblings and/or friends welcome.

To find out more about Playplus click on Playplus Information for Families.

Playplus receives core funding from Stirling Council.

   

PlusYouth

Works with young people with disabilities aged 12-17.

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PLUS Youth provides support to disabled young people to attend school holiday, weekend and evening community based activities. Young people plan and choose from a wide range of activities - cinema, sports, shopping, drama, computer games etc. Siblings and/or friends welcome.

To find out more about Plus Youth click on the link PlusYouth Information for Families

Plus Youth receives core funding from Stirling Council

   

The Bank Project

Works with young people with disabilities aged 18 - 25.

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The Bank Project supports young adults with learning disabilities to have a social life of their own choosing and supports them to maintain existing friendships and make new ones.

To find out more about The Bank Project click on the link The Bank Information for Families.

 

   

26 PLUS

Works with young adults with disabilities over 25.

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26 PLUS supports young adults who have been involved in the The Bank Project. It provides monthly social opportunities for the young adults with learning disabilities to have a social life of their own choosing and supports them to maintain existing friendships and make new ones.

 

   

Count Me In

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Count me in aims to support young people from PLUS to access mainstream leisure activities and groups such as; youth clubs, Guides, anchor boys etc. Count me in also works with other organisations to increase their capacity to include young people with disabilities; by providing information, advice, training and practical help.

To find out more about Count Me In click on the link for information for families

Count Me In has volunteer opportunities available, please see the vacancies section for more information and to download the application.

Count me in is funded by BBC Children in need

   

Direct Short Breaks

Works with children and young people with disabilities aged 5 – 17

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This project provides individual staff support to children and young people in their homes or out and about.sbf Families can book the service at times of their choosing by text, phone or e-mail

 

To find out more about the Direct Short Breaks Project click  here

This project is funded by The Short Breaks Fund

   

Family PLUS

Provides opportunities for families of PLUS members to exchange information and support each other through meetings and an electronic forum.

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