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*** We have been very busy finishing projects and starting new ones, firstly we would like to say a massive thank you to the National Lottery Community Fund for funding us through the Covid-recovery period. This support has kept our organisation and premises at Meyrick Street going and enabled us to work on a community project ‘Getting Back To It’, we will have pictures and more details about how it all went very soon ***

*** We are still working with women who are out of work on our WEA project and the final workshops we will be delivering face to face in our studio!!! We have really enjoyed running sessions online, but cant wait for people to come to Meyrick Street now and get stuck in. A big thanks to Alison at Wigan Workshop, Nickala at Flourish and Gemma at Mind Train for all their hard work on this project as well ***

*** I have completed all the assessments for our Sensory Steps Project to support 30 pre-school children through training with the adults in their lives. April Ill be busy planning the course and look forward to how it goes in the Summer term ***

We are very excited to be opening up again, please feel free to pop in and say hi 🙂


Sensory Steps Support for school starters


Developing Matters CIC is pleased to announce 30 fully funded places for children starting school in September 2021 on a 6 week sensory intervention support course for child and caregiver.

Would you and your child/a child in your care benefit from ASSESSMENT SUPPORT UNDERSTANDING STRATEGIES INTERVENTIONS ….for any of the following reasons? behaviour sensory processing emotional well-being being listening skills social skills physical development language & communication If so please contact Clare.

Useful Links

Mental health support | Action For Children follow this link for a great website and resource

5 steps to mental wellbeing – NHS ( the 5 ways to well-being are embedded into our training and courses, want to know what the 5 ways are and why they are important? have a look on the NHS website

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