Easter activities for a child with additional needs

Autonomie has this week launched a new blog which will offer information, resources, insights and advice straight from the charity's team.

The blog, a new development for the charity, has gone live this week with the charity's first post, which is focused on Easter activity ideas for a child with additional needs.

Welcoming the publication, the charity's Volunteer Coordinator Trevor Boyle looked forward to seeing the blog grow into an informative and accessible resource for the community.

He commented: “Working alongside our website and newsletter, this new blog will provide the public with a new way to keep updated on our work and provide a platform for our service users and families to tell their story.

“I look forward to seeing the blog grow over coming months, with posts and discussions on a wide variety of topics and issues, as well as updates on the organisation's events and activities.”

The charity's first post Easter activities for a child with additional needs has been penned by our communications team. 

It gives parents and caregivers fun Easter activity ideas for children that use wheelchairs, have motor skill difficulties or that have special diets. 

You can view the charity's blog here. New blogs posts will be published in the Autonomie Enewsletter. You can sign up for email updates on the Homepage here