Social & Life Skills Benefits
We advertise TAAG activities for children and young teens will be able to access and fully participate in enjoyable leisure activities. They will come along and have fun in the knowledge that so many life skills/ health benefits are inbuilt, eg: turn taking, waiting, listening, sensory integration, gross and fine motor exercises, social skills and cardio vascular exercise.
Lancashire TAAG is solely run by our dedicated team of volunteers who provide support during our multi sports activities for children and young people in an understanding environment.
We soon started a parent support group to share experiences and knowledge and over time we have started to offer fantastic training in Autism, Challenging Behaviours, Anxiety & ASD & PDA and invite guest speakers to share knowledge of support in the community.
Our main focus is teaching our taag members new skills, team work, confidence, acceptance, inclusion, friendships, achievements, social and life skills.The social and emotion benefits are amazing and are intended to have a very positive
New social & Life skills group
Join us on our NEW social and life skills group on Monday nights, if your interested please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Monday Nights @ 7:15pm-8:30pm
Eccleston Community Hub, Drapers Avenue, PR7 5SY.
Supported by TSB Community Funds
Autism Active Minds
The Autism Active Minds project will enable children and young people to experience a challenge of a variety of sports and life skills to help with their mental health and wellbeing.
We aim to assist with sporting activities of rounders, volley ball, cricket, dodge ball, rebound therapy, team building games, and to teach how to bake. These will assist them to keep active and develop social skills to develop language and understand social situations. This will help their mental health by learning how to interact with others and hopefully help them to more easily recognise social cues. The project Autism Active Minds gives parents/carers the support group they need in the café area whilst their child or young person attends the taag session.
If you’re interested in Wednesday evenings on our new project Autism Active Minds, please email us on email@example.com
Supported by Community Fund
Fancy volunteering with us?
We are now looking for volunteers
If you have what it takes, few hours to spare, learning child or adult workforce, parent or young person, then volunteer with us!
From peer support, befriending buddies, funding ideas, or know anyone that could sponsor us then we would love to hear from you!! Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Benefits from volunteering with us, training opportunities, time credits reward, great for your CV and team building.
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