The sun is shining and school is nearly over…but how are we going to fill the long summer holiday?
You’ll find the answers on jweb, which lists a host of activities to keep children with learning disabilities busy over the summer.
There are traditional summer playschemes, horseriding, cycling on adapted bicycles, Lego camp with activities and games run by occupational therapists, and a course to improve your child’s fine and gross motor skills.
The whole family will enjoy Curious Explorers on Tuesday August 8, when The Jewish Museum in Camden will open its doors to children with autism and other social communication conditions, their siblings, parents and carers.
The listings cover events across the UK. For full details, go to: http://www.jweb.org.uk/events/
PHOTO: Benedict Johnson. The Jewish Museum, London<< Back