The JASC and SWAT service provides support for children with an additional need/ disability to access mainstream provision that they have not been able to access previously.

Term Time

During term time there will be JASC provision to enable primary school children to access their local after school club. Interplay’s JASC play worker will provide short term support for after school clubs when they are integrating a new child with additional needs/ disabilities to access the club. The JASC worker will work with staff and the child to help put together a plan to enable the child to take part in the sessions. After school clubs will be able to contact Interplay and request support for 6-8 sessions to ensure that after school club staff have the tools they need to make the integration work.


Interplay’s SWAT worker will support children that would like to access out of school activities in their local area, or to access special interest or sports clubs. The SWAT worker will work with the child/ young person, staff at the local clubs and families to ensure that the child/young person gets the right support to be able to engage in activities.

Holidays

During hoilday time Interplay’s SWAT workers are avalaible to support children and young people with addititional support needs to access Summer activities and schemes in their local area, or to access special interest or sports clubs. The SWAT worker will work with the child/ young person as part of the staff team at the local clubs to ensure that the child/young person gets the right support to be able to engage in activities.

Please contact Dai Power using the form below, by phone on 01792 561119 or email dai@interplay.org.uk for more information.

Please download our leaflet for more information

JASC & SWAT Leaflet 2018.pdf

The Wellbeing 4 Me service 

a Resolven Building Blocks and Interplay partnership project. 

The service will offer children and young people aged 0 -25 years an opportunity to develop key skills in key developmental areas such as independence, social and emotional skills, build peer friendships etc. 

Wellbeing 4 parents and child - 0-3 years

This is a term time service based in Resolven and Port Talbot. We offer 2 hours sessions that are planned to encourage and support your child’s development and to meet their early years’ milestones. A trained W4Me worker will work with families to build a family plan that is developed around you and your child in a fun and safe environment. We will give you practical developmental solutions that you can undertake at home with your child.

W4Me Clubs - Play - 4-11 years

The service delivers play sessions in Resolven and Port Talbot for children aged 4-10 years for up to 12 weeks. The sessions will run during term time, providing an opportunity for the children to socialise together, make friends, play, build confidence, learn new skills and increase their overall well-being. During this time the W4Me Team will get to know your child and focus on finding social activities that your child can access in the local area.

W4Me Clubs - Youth & Independence - 12-25 years

The service delivers group sessions in Resolven and Port Talbot for children and young people aged 12-15 years for up to 12 weeks. The sessions will run during term time, providing an opportunity to socialise together, make new friends, share new experiences and learn basic independence skills, grow in confidence and increase their overall well-being. During this time the W4Me will get to know your child and focus on finding social and leisure activities that your child can access in the local area.

W4Me Clubs – Holiday clubs

4-11 years Summer Scheme

12-17 years Summer Scheme

18-25 years Holiday Independence Workshops  

Please note: All W4Me clubs provide activities that are age appropriate and focus on the interests of the individual child as well as the group. One to one support is not provided during these sessions, however if the child or young person has a personal assistant, they are welcome to accompany them.

For more information please contact 

NPTCBC Families First  Single Point of Contact (SPOC) referral team  

on 01639 686803.

 


Funded by

Oscar
A profound and multiple disability after school club provided for children that attend Crug Glas Special Education School in Swansea. This is an Interplay run service funded by Swansea’s Children and Young peoples fund.
To find out more about vacancies at the club please contact the school directly.


This is a paid for service and fees must be paid in advance.