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Nurturing Neurodiversity

Nurturing Neurodiversity is tailored to support and connect communities of neurodiverse children, young people and their families.

This branch of HARE, will be kick-started by a series of 'Accessible Crafts' sessions, funded by the National Heritage Lottery.

Empowering 
Neurodiverse Communities with Traditional Crafts  

Our Accessible Crafts sessions are brought to you by our new service, Nurturing Neurodiversity. We're here to support neurodivergent children (aged 6-12) through, traditional craft workshops tailored to their needs. Craft isn't just about creating—it's therapeutic, reducing stress and boosting self-esteem. In our nature-based environment, children explore woodwork, pottery, and more, led by experienced staff.

These sessions are tailored to foster a sense of community and support. Parents/carers can drop off their children at the gate after registration. Collection will take place in the same location at 3:30pm.

Our aim is to create an inclusive environment where everyone feels accepted and valued for who they are and part of the group.  Participants can come together to share the experience of learning various crafts. Each week, we'll dive into a new craft together, forging connections and building new skills. Join us and be part of a space where children feel understood and empowered. Let's thrive together!

Small Group

These small group sessions, tailored to create a safe and supportive environment, are crafted to nurture children aged 6-12 with complex needs such as Autism, ADHD, and Global Developmental Delay. They are specifically designed for children who are not able to access our other group workshops due to needing a small group size, or who need additional adult support.

Please feel free to phone or whatsapp us on 07761164352 to discuss your child's needs and whether this group is right for them, or if you have any other queries.

Celebrating  Neuro Diverse Communities Through Craft
 

Exciting News: Nurturing Neurodiversity is Moving to Mitcheldean!

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Additional Information

Site

All our children's workshops currently run from an enclosed woodland at the Beaver Lodge in Parkend, near Lydney.  Our children's workshops are fully outdoor for the duration.  See Our Sites Page for more information.

Staff Team

Our workshops are run by our core team, who collectively have more than 40 year’s experience working with children: Susie, our Level 3 qualified Forest School Leader, Charlie, qualified Montessori Teacher and Georgie, our SENDCo & crafts facilitator.

 

Susie and Georgie have a wealth of experience working with children with additional needs and Charlie has a decade of experience managing Ofsted registered settings. We work with qualified and experienced practitioners.  See our Meet the Team Page for more information.

For more information, please see our Welcome Pack, designed for children to read.

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