Special Needs/Additional Needs in Church Resource Week and "All Inclusive?" Workshop

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The Diocese of Guildford is running a week-long event of resources to help churches to welcome and support children and youth with special/additional needs (and their families) into their church.

This will be held at the Resource Centre, Church House Guildford, 20 Alan Turing Road, Guildford, GU2 7YF and will be open from the 8-11th May (9.30am — 5pm (closing at noon on Friday)).

Ideas/Advice/Resources/Information on Diagnoses, Equipment, Strategies for Behaviour, Adapting your Children/Youth Sessions, Supporting Families, Mental Health Issues, Sensory Impairment (vision and hearing), Sensory Toys, Website links and Making Your Church Accessible.

PLUS Mark Arnold from Urban Saints will also be running his All Inclusive? workshop on Thursday 10th May, (also at Church House Guildford) in the evening, (7.30pm start; 7.15pm for registration and coffee).

The All Inclusive? workshop is free but please let us know you plan to attend by emailing either steff.shepherd@cofeguildford.org.uk or kate.darwent@cofeguildford.org.uk or if you would like further details.

When visiting the Resource Centre, please be aware that if the carpark next to the building is full, you can double park (preferably at the far end) then go to the front door, ring the bell and you will be given a car park permit to put in your car.

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