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Welcome to the Daisy Chain Club

 

Charity

Daisy Chain was very lucky to be allocated “Children’s Fund” money, a goverment initative for unique support groups for 3 years.

Opportunities

We try to give all the children in the family opportunities to play, make choices and experience new things in a safe and happy environment.

Support

The club is run by parents who all have a child with a disability or special needs, therefore giving a friendly welcome feeling to new members.

About Us

WHAT'S OUR GOAL
The Daisy Chain Club is a social and leisure group for families who have a child with a disability or special needs, and their siblings. Charity No.1104001

The Daisy Chain Club was started in September 2000, when a few families wanted somewhere to go with all the children in the family without standing out. The group was originally given some funding from Scope Northamptonshire to start up, and the group met at the PHAB centre once a month on a Sunday. Once the group started building up in numbers it was decided to meet during the school holidays as well. The club is run by parents who all have a child with a disability or special needs, therefore giving a friendly welcome feeling to new members. Everyone can understand what others are going through, and its great to chat to someone who knows how your feeling!!
Daisy Chain was very lucky to be allocated “Children’s Fund” money, a goverment initative for unique support groups for 3 years. This moved the group forward and helped with Charity status being achieved.

After the PHAB centre had to be knocked down Daisy Chain moved temporily to Semilong before settling into their home at Camphill Community Centre for 3yrs. In 2013 Daisy Chain moved to The Boughton Centre, which is owned by Mencap. This was to accommadate having facilites like Hoists and Changing facilities. Sessions are now once a month with various day trips and holiday meet ups too. At Daisy Chain we try to give all the children in the family opportunities to play, make choices and experience new things in a safe and happy environment. There are craft activities taking place at each meeting and a large range of play equipment is put out, including a Quiet Corner, Sensory Play and Imaginative Play. We are also lucky to have a room with a Pool Table and facilities to build on for the teenagers of our group. We try to have a few visitors coming to the sessions which gives the children to experience different things in a safe environment.

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