We’ve included most of the questions that parents often ask us about our service, if your question isn’t answered here contact us and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can.
Q: We don’t live in Suffolk.
A: We include families from Suffolk, Norfolk, Cambridgeshire and Essex.
Q: Do I need to be referred by someone?
A: No, you do not need to wait for a referral to come via another professional you can self-refer
Q: Do I need a diagnosis?
A: No, if your child has delayed acquisition of physical skills we will try to help. If this is not the suitable place for your child we will try to help you find the one that is.
Q: Can I bring a sibling?
A: As it is a great opportunity for you to bond with and concentrate on your child with physical difficulties, it would be preferable not to bring other siblings. However, in some cases it is unavoidable and if this is the case we will try to find a volunteer to entertain any siblings.
Q: Is it just for mums?
A: No, dads, grandparents, child-minders or anyone else who regularly looks after your child are welcome.
Q: How much does is cost to attend?
A: The service is free however for us to keep this service going we do rely on fundraising and support.
Q: My family has religious requirements.
A: We have a diverse range of parents/carers who attend the school and their differences are recognised and celebrated.
Q: English is not my first Language.
A: We will do our best to accommodate all languages and whilst all the staff only speak English we are used to helping parents whose English is limited.
Q: I don’t drive.
A: Unfortunately, the school is not on any public transport routes, and there is no footpath on the road. However, previous families have been successful at accessing funding for transport and we are happy to assist with applying for funding.