We’re making lots of resources available online and in some cases will be running clubs virtually.
We know many of our members (and their households) are now self-isolating, and no longer able to access our usual activities – so here are few ideas…
Cooking, Sports, Arts & Crafts and Writers
We are able to access to a series of menu cards that have been made available online and we will be sharing these over the coming weeks as part of the Activity Packs. We’ll also be developing our own for those special Working Together café recipes that we all love so much!
Sarah from the Writers Club is also sharing some ideas online and in our Activity Packs too…
Sharing and Connecting
We are encouraging everyone to share images on our Facebook page of any food you cook from the recipe cards we share, together with your writing or drawings for us all to see.
If you don’t use Facebook or want to remain anonymous – just email email@example.com and we’ll be happy to share items appropriately on your behalf.
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Cyber Aware is the UK government’s advice on how to stay secure online during coronavirus:
- Zoom Tutorial PDF (from Zoom)
- Safe Zoom meetings PDF (from The Daily Telegraph)
- Easy Read Guide to Zoom PDF (From Learning Disability Wales)
- Easy Read Guide to Zoom PDF (from ACE Anglia)
Note: Zoom is changing security features almost daily to keep up with the high demand for its platform.
For example, parking participants in a holding area before they can be admitted to a meeting is now a default – in order to prevent gate crashing.
Useful Links and Downloads
Films and TV
Into film provide a list of engaging films for SEN audiences:
There are also linked resources and articles detailing ways in which to make these screenings more tailored, interactive and fun for young audiences with learning disabilities.
Information on school closures
Some children will be confused about Coronavirus and the school closures. Here are some links to some social stories we have found to help them understand. We hope they are useful…