Playwise Learning presents latest workshop focussing on toilet training for those children not meeting their development needs

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Mothers and grandmothers were in attendance on Monday at the latest brilliant workshop co-ordinated by Playwise Learning which focussed on toilet training for those children not meeting their developmental milestones.

Playwise Learning is an exciting new not for profit organisation that supports families with disabled children aged 0 – 8 years .The event was one of the many that are staged by Playwise Learning to help parents and carers support their children in the best way possible.

The company was only established in April but already has hosted a range of events in their new community hub which is based at Sutton Central Library.

“These events are open to members and non members alike but if you are a member then they a free to attend subject to available places,” said Pam Fry chief executive of the organisation.

“Although we have only just launched the response has been amazing. We are always looking to offer that much needed support in as many different ways as possible.”


The next talk on toilet training is on 15th July  and to book your place please go to: Eventbrite: The ABC’s of toilet training children with additional needs and disability

For full details of what Playwise can offer please go to PlayWise Learning CIC

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