The Empower Project recently held a Christmas coffee morning in Involve House, Magherafelt on Thursday, December 15 with some delicious Christmas delights on offer.
The event was organised to promote the Empower Project and give parents and professionals the opportunity to speak to members of the Empower team to find out more on what the project has to offer.
A spokesperson from Empower Project said: “We would like to thank Involve House for their great facilities and for everyone who attended the Christmas coffee morning. We look forward to meeting you again.
“For anyone who couldn’t make this and would like more information on the Empower Project please contact our information line on 028 9581 6852.”
The Empower project is a 5 year lottery funded initiative to support young people under 12, with Autism, Dyslexia or Dyspraxia, their parents and the wider family circle.
The project works in partnership with local organisations to address needs that they identify to support parents and children in their local area.
The project is led by Local community group (DADS) Dyslexia and Dyspraxia Support who are the lead partner, who are supported by a project steering group which incorporates: Northern Regional College, Magherafelt Learning Partnership, Mid Ulster District Council, CWSAN (Cookstown & Western Shores Area Network), Autism NI Mid Ulster Branch Stars - Autism support group, Education Authority, Magherafelt and Cookstown Volunteer Centre, CYPSP (Children and Young People’s Strategic Partnership)
For further information on the project: www.empowernetwork.co.uk