In light of the present situation with Corona virus, ‘Angel and friends’ drop in session will not be running temporarily, updates will be available on our website as soon as we are back up and running. In the meantime please do not hesitate to make enquiries or just call to have a chat as we need to continue to support each other. Stay well and healthy, thank you – Angel and friends.
Recently came across a magazine publication at a local library, ‘Family Grapevine’, it is packed with useful information and fun activities to do as a family also including activities for families with the SEN community and it’s free! Please click here for more information.
My Feral Heart – promises to be an amazing film, high recommended – Angel and friends
A sudden bereavement throws Luke, a fiercely independent young man with Down’s syndrome, into a daunting new environment where he finds unexpected support from his feisty, streetwise carer and a local heir dealing with his own demons. As friendships bloom and long-buried secrets are revealed, Luke verges dangerously close to disaster. My Feral Heart is a beautifully realised, understated character study bolstered by strong performances, distinctive cinematography and a deeply evocative score. (Taken from Edinburgh International Film Festival 2016 Programme).
“Angel and friends” at next “Riverside Connect” meeting…
Please join me as I give a brief talk on “Angels and friends” at Riverside School in Orpington, Kent from 10am to 11.30am on Wednesday the 19th of October 2016. For families and friends who know me and those who don’t your support will be much appreciated, thank you – Maria
Welcome to “Angel and friends” a community setup established to provide information and support to individuals and their families. Information and assistance is not always readily accessible or available, our aim is to try to bridge the information gap between local authorities, various organisation and individuals. It is a medium that is ever evolving and expanding to provide the best service we possibly can to the community.