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Kent Deaf Children's Society

Kent Deaf Children's Society (KDCS) is a self funded, not for profit, volunteer-run organisation supporting deaf children, their families and friends in Kent. Holiday activities, signing workshops, Youth Group for 12-18 yr olds, soft play sessions, seasonal and adhoc events.
Telephone:
07557 334347
E-mail:
office@kdcs.org
Website:
Kent Deaf Children's Society
Age Range:
Ages 11-16, Ages 16-18, Ages 0-4, Ages 5-10
Disablities:
Hearing impaired

Kent Sport - activities for all abilities

To find out what is happening in your local area you can view the Sports Directory
Telephone:
03000 414001
E-mail:
kentsport@kent.gov.uk
Website:
www.kentsport.org/
Age Range:
Ages 11-16, Ages 16-18, Ages 5-10, 18-25 (Transition)
Disablities:
Learning difficulty, Physical disability, Hearing impaired, Language difficulty, Behavioural, emotional and social development, Severe learning difficulty, Visually impaired, Communication and interaction, Autism, Physical sensory/medical, Profound, severe or complex, Behaviour and learning

Kings Farm Library - Stitch and Chat

First Monday of the Month between 2 - 3:30pm
Are you interested in Cross-Stitch or Embroidery? Come along to Kings Farm Library and join our friendly group. First Monday of month 2 - 3.30pm Kings Farm Library Everyone Welcome Please ask staff for further details  
Telephone:
03000 41 31 31
E-mail:
kingsfarmlibrary@kent.gov.uk
Website:
Kent Libraries, Registration and Archives

Otford Health Walk

Every Monday at 10.30am
Free weekly health walks for people who want to do more exercise. They take up to an hour and are between one and two miles long. Every Monday at 10.30am starting at the Car Park on the Otford Village Memorial Hall site You do not…
Telephone:
0300 020 0636
E-mail:
healthy.living@sevenoaks.gov.uk
Website:
www.sevenoaks.gov.uk/.../oneyou

School Nursing Service

We are a team of school nurses who work with children, young people and families. The focus is to promote and protect health and wellbeing and prevent ill health. All school nurses are qualified nurses, with specialist training in public health. We offer health assessments…
Telephone:
0300 123 4496
E-mail:
nem-tr.kentchildrenandyoungpeoplehealthservices@nhs.net
Website:
School Nursing Service
Age Range:
Ages 11-16, Ages 16-18, Ages 0-4, Ages 5-10
Disablities:
Learning difficulty, Physical disability, Hearing impaired, Language difficulty, Behavioural, emotional and social development, Severe learning difficulty, Visually impaired, Communication and interaction, Autism, Physical sensory/medical, Profound, severe or complex, Behaviour and learning

Sheppey Community Day Service

Kent County Council community activities for people with learning disabilities. We put the individual at the heart of what we offer in Sheppey. There is a large choice of activities to suit people of all abilities. This could be: making friends and socialising learning new…
Telephone:
03000 420700

Shepway Community Service

Kent County Council community activities for people with learning disabilities. We put the individual at the heart of what we offer in Shepway, including Romney Marsh, Hythe and Folkestone. There is a large choice of activities to suit people of all abilities. This could be:…
Telephone:
03000 414345

South West Kent Community Service

Kent County Council community activities for people with learning disabilities We put the individual at the heart of what we offer in west Kent. Areas include; Maidstone and Malling, Cranbrook, Tonbridge, Tunbridge Wells, Sevenoaks, Edenbridge, Paddock Wood and Ashford. There is a large choice of activities to suit…
Telephone:
01622 685505

Starjumpz

We are an independent multidisciplinary centre offering children’s therapy and medical services in the South East of England, Kent, East Sussex, as well as nationally and internationally. We have an expanding team of highly specialised professionals offering diagnostic assessment and treatment for children. In addition…
Telephone:
01892 510257
Website:
http:www.starjumpz.com

Swale MASH - Orchards Centre

Multi-Agency Specialist Hubs (MASHs) are our centres for disabled children and their families.   At our centre you and your child can benefit from a number of professional and healthcare services.
Telephone:
03000 42 00 05
Website:
www.kent.gov.uk/.../swale-mash-orchards
Age Range:
Ages 11-16, Ages 16-18, Ages 0-4, Ages 5-10
Disablities:
Learning difficulty, Physical disability, Hearing impaired, Language difficulty, Behavioural, emotional and social development, Severe learning difficulty, Visually impaired, Communication and interaction, Autism, Physical sensory/medical, Profound, severe or complex, Behaviour and learning

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