Charity Number 1145909
We are a assign places to of mums who have children below 3 with epilepsy and developmental impede. We set up this support assemblage to help dispel the feelings of detachment and loneliness that come with having a infant. who is falling behind the vertical milestone timetable and trying to reach to terms with diagnosis.
Our charity Objectives are:
(1) To relieve the of necessity of carers and families of children and young the million who sufer from epilepsy, in careful but not exclusively, by the provision of a support group, recreational activities and other emotional have services designed to improve their condition of life
(2) To preserve and defend the good health of children and young vulgar herd who suffer from epilepsy by raising awareness and educating the common in the causes, symptoms and treatment of epilepsy so that they may less ill assist sufferers and through the provision of services described in object (1).
We engage once a fortnight at Pelton One Point, DH2 1EZ forward a Friday 1-3pm. We started during the time that 2 families and are now 14 locally. Online we succor 20 families www.facebook.com/smallstepsseizetheday , our closed assign places to on Facebook is called Epilepsy in babies and toddlers foundation group.
You can join us at our website www.seizetheday-smallsteps.webs.com or close union us via our email email@example.com
What be able to I expect?
Meet other mums despite a chat (dads welcome too)
Find out on the eve local events
Relax in the sensory chamber
Get expert advice/help about your chit’s development
Join in baby classes
Get some much needed ‘me’ time
Apply because specific equipment
Enjoy visits out in company
247 online support with people who are going through it too.
This group was value up by Judith Roberts, (mum to Ava) Kate Griffin, (dumb to Niamh) and Sue Lewis, Epilepsy Specialist Nurse. Sue introduced Judith and Kate who one as well as the other had babies with differing degrees of falling sickness. The meeting changed the girl’s lives likewise much that they both realised it helped to parley to others going through the same thing and vowed to make certain that they found as many folks as possible to help them and enervate the circle of isolation and desolateness. The group grew very quickly and in place of just being a support arrange the local community, especially Consett Community Sports College, had raised plenty money to allow the group to come to be a registered charity. It was registered adhering 7th February 2012 and continues to have effect from strength to strength.
If you defect to help us or us to avoid you contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Category: Pain management