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Crossroads Open Day

The Crossroads Resource centre is holding an open day on Thursday March 14th for any Adult with disabilities at their new larger Premises.

The centre moved last year from a small building in Canvey to much larger premises that have been specially adapted so as to be fully accessible for people with disabilities. The event is for parents with a son or daughter with a learning and/or physical disability that is leaving school or college and is looking for a day time placement.

They will also have other organisations running stands that will provide parents with lots of relevant information during this transition period. Staff will be on hand during the day to talk to parents about the service we offer and to guide them around our fantastic centre.

If you are unable to attend this open day and would like to visit at some other time or if you have any questions or would like to know anything about the event, please feel free to call Sarah Fogarty on 01268 881134.

. GAMES ROOM

. IT SUITE

. FULLY ACCESSIBLE KITCHEN

. EXTENSIVE ACTIVITIES PROGRAM

. LARGE DINING ROOM

. LOUNGE/ACTIVITY ROOM

. HYGIENE ROOM WITH HOIST

. DISABLED TOILETS

. CONTAINED GARDEN

. WOODLAND SETTING

The White House, Kiln Road, Benfleet, Essex  SS7 1TF

T: 01268 881130       F: 01268 952108

E:  care@crossroadsessex.org.uk

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Considering recent developments and guidelines provided by the Government, to protect our Members we have decided to suspend the charities programme for the time being.

DSE21 are pleased to hear about a group that has recently started in the Colchester area for families with young children.

On the 6th April 2019 DSE21 held an bike riding session at Just Ride Southend. Just Ride are a charity who specialise in inclusive bike riding using a running track to give people with disabilities the opportunity to experience bike riding in a safe and secure environment.

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A big thank you to Ruby Tibbs and her friends Maisie Harrison and Katie Johnson who ran a second hand handbag stall at the Rise Park fun day to celebrate its 80th anniversary.