Northwest Parents and Friends Association Ireland Services - pre school

By: North West Parents And Friends Association  05/12/2011
Keywords: School

Holy Family Day Centre/Pre School provides each child with the highest quality care, education and training tailored to meet their individual needs and abilities for any child of pre-school age with identified special needs. Holy Family also
provides a happy, positive and stimulating environment where each child is supported and enabled to attain their optimum
potential in their pre school years. The programme of activities provided promote the overall (physical, social, emotional,
intellectual, creative and communicative) development of the children who attend the service.

The service recognises theimportance of a child centred care plan which is drawn up in partnership with Parents. Holy Family Staff. and Multi DisciplinaryTeam H.S.E. West.Activities include the following:
. Tabletop Session, e.g. Jigsaws. Threading etc.
. Pretend Play
. Sand/Paint/Water Play/Play Dough
. Stories & Rhymes
. Information Technology
. Physical and Energetic Play
. Peer Interaction & Turn Taking
. Pre Writing and Counting Skills
. Hydrotherapy/Swimming
. Horse Riding
. Music
. Art & Craft
. Social Outings

Keywords: School

Contact North West Parents And Friends Association


Print this page


Other products and services from North West Parents And Friends Association


Northwest Parents and Friends Association Ireland Services - day services

Our aim is to provide each individual with a full and varied day including activities and programmes which will both improve their quality of life as well as equip them with the necessary skills to achieve their maximum potential. At our adult Day Service we strive to meet the very individual needs of both our younger adults as well as our ageing population of service users.


Northwest Parents and Friends Association Ireland Services - social recreational

Great success has been achieved by many of our club members, in the ‘Special Olympics’ in the past few years, resulting in many medals and ribbons, which are held with great pleasure and pride, as public tokens of their achievements. In 1993/94 the Directors of the Association made a decision to build a purpose-built unit, to provide a venue for the comprehensive development of recreational facilities.