- Wednesday 2nd November 2016
- 7:30pm – 9:30pm
- Winchester Vineyard
- Tickets – £5
An essential seminar for all parents, teachers, church leaders, youth and children’s leaders, and anyone who cares about children and young people with special or additional needs.
Explore some of the statistics and explode some of the myths surrounding working with kids with special needs. Look at some of the key strategies that you can use to make what you offer more inclusive. Identify some of the amazing benefits that inclusion can bring to your whole group. We’ll also highlight some further resources that you can use as you work though this with your teams. The evening programme is presented in two halves, each lasting around 40 minutes, with a 20 minute interval in between and a Q&A session afterwards. This will include an opportunity to hear about how Urban Saints can serve churches in its work with children and young people, plus the chance to look at various resources during the interval. Presented by Mark Arnold, who is the Chief Operating Officer at youth and children’s missionary movement Urban Saints (formerly known as Crusaders). Mark has over 20 years of youth work experience and is the father of James, a boy with Autism.