Welcome to Focus Surrey's Summer SEN Disco from 7pm to 9pm
Focus Surrey is a local charity which has been operating in Sutton for the past five years. You can read more about us here: www.focussurrey.co.uk or on Facebook at @ABASurreyFocus.
The generosity of a Focus Surrey parent means that tickets to this event will be FREE for everyone attending!
When: Saturday 6th August from 7pm to 9pm.
Location: Frames Coulsdon, 202 Brighton Rd, Coulsdon CR5 2NF
This is a SEN friendly disco for children and young adults with SEN and their families.
There is parking on Lion Green Road Car Park. Lion Green Road car park
100 spaces, 2 disabled spaces - Open 24 hours - Motorcycles: free
Charges apply Monday to Saturday, 7am to 6pm
Music: Please let us know what music you would like to hear and we will do our best to play at least one of each attendee's favourite tunes.
The environment will be ASD friendly with lights up and noise levels down and no flashing lights.
All young people must be accompanied by a parent/carer. Please note the SEN disco will close at 9pm so we will ask attendees to leave by 9pm
This event has covid secure measures in place
-Staff follow all safety protocols as directed by local authorities
-Use of cleaning chemicals that are effective against Coronavirus
-Hand gel available on site
-Contactless card payments accepted
Focus Surrey receives no funding and we rely on fundraising to be able to do what we do. This will be a free event, however if you could see your way to adding a small donation on top of that, even just to cover the booking fee, this would really be appreciated. All the money we raise goes back into supporting children and young people with Autism and communication difficulties.
All monies raised will go directly to Focus Surrey, a registered charity (1178378) supporting families with Autistic children in Surrey and neighbouring local authorities. Focus Surrey provides affordable one to one support using the principles of Applied Behaviour Analysis to develop learning and social skills for children with Autistic Spectrum Disorder and other communication difficulties. The club provides their families with an inclusive social community where they can network with other parents of, and professionals working with, children with ASD.
If you have any questions, please let us know.