We are adding multi-sensory storytelling to our fabulous programme of events, with Leo and the Lightning Dragons and a specially developed WILDHOOD themed multi-sensory story. We will have music sessions, art sessions and adapted games. We are excited about the return of Pony AxeS, with Simon and Obama bringing wheelchair accessible pony rides to the grounds of the castle. The Pamiloo will be with us as well, providing fully accessible toileting facilities.
PAMIS have a limited number of day tickets for families of children with profound and multiple learning disabilities so book soon. If you’re interested in finding out more, please get in touch with us here and we’ll get back to you with more information.
To celebrate Disabled Access Day on Saturday March 16th, our friends at PAMIS are delivering a multi-sensory story at Scottish National Gallery Modern Art.
PAMIS (Promoting and More Inclusive Society), support people with profound and multiple learning disabilities, their families, friends, carers and professionals – such as us at Oaklands.
This is a wonderful opportunity for families to particpate in a fully inclusive event, right in the heart of Edinburgh.
A fully accessible Changing Places toilet will be installed for the occasion so hopefully many of you will be able to get along and enjoy the session.
Although PAMIS do not have a family support service in Edinburgh, we and they(!) are keen to get the information out to you all.
Pat and Susan from PAMIS are joining us earlier in the week, Wednesday 13th March at 6.30, to talk about their work as part of our Parent Council meeting. All welcome for what will be a very interesting session!