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Holly Clifford - Professional Vocalist

Holly Clifford is a professional vocalist based in the North East, who provides a different variety of 1 hour long fully costumed singing shows.

"My shows are extremely interactive. I always goes into the audience and sing to the residents. I dance with them either in their chairs or standing up if they are able. The shows I currently have available are:

We'll Meet Again - This is a 1940's singalong show, I sing songs such as Roll out the barrel, Pack Up Your Troubles, Knees up mother brown and many more. I also hand flags out to the residents for them to wave during the show. It is one of my most popular shows and always gets a fantastic reception especially with severe dementia patients
Rock Around The Clock - This is a 1950's singalong show. I sing all the rock and roll classics such as Lets twist again, Stupid Cupid, Great balls of fire, blue suede shows and many more. This is an extremely fun show that will have all the residents tapping their feet and dancing and singing in their chairs
Strictly Musical - This is my musical show, I sing all the songs from the best of broadway and the west end. I sing songs from Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, The sound of music, Oliver, My fair lady and many more of the classic greats. This is a very popular show and brings back lots of lovely memories for the residents.
Summer Holiday - This is my show designed specifically for those glorious summer months. I sing songs such as I do like to be beside the seaside, Under the boardwalk, Summer Holiday, How much is that doggy in the window and many more
Legends - This is my show dedicated to all of the legendary women of both radio and screen. I sing songs from Doris Day, Vera Lynn, Barbara Streisand, Patti Page and many more
Let It Snow - This is my Christmas show to get everyone in the festive mood. I sing songs such as Let it Snow, Jingle Bells, Winter Wonderland, Last Christmas and many more. I also had out mince pies to all the residents to enjoy whilst they watch the show

Here are a few links to some of my performances so you can see the type of entertainment I provide:

https://www.facebook.com/1682542558481072/videos/842655489438175/

https://www.facebook.com/hollygrayvocalistandvocalcoach/videos/366385843832804/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RyrfKgdcEHw

If you would like to book a show or get any more information please either email me on hollymegangray@gmail.com or call me on 07710646304



https://www.facebook.com/1682542558481072/videos/842655489438175/ https://www.facebook.com/hollygrayvocalistandvocalcoach/videos/366385843832804/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RyrfKgdcEHw 4 months ago - An Afternoon Show is £60 in total - A morning show is £50 in total - A show in December in the afternoon is £80 in total - A show in December in the morning is £70 in total

Options Autism - Resources

The Options Clinical Team have created a series of helpsheets offering advice and guidance for parents and carers who look after children, young people and adults with autism. Read more by clicking the link on the right and please feel free to forward this information to anyone who you feel will benefit from it.



https://www.optionsautism.co.uk/resources/ 5 months ago

Cerebral Palsy

Cerebral palsy is a developmental disorder and leading cause of disability in young children. It affects approximately 500,000 children and adults, with around 8,000 babies and between 1,200 and 1,500 preschool-age children diagnosed each year.

Cerebral palsy occurs as a result of a brain injury sustained during fetal development or birth. However, because the symptoms of CP affect a child’s coordination and independent movement, the injury is not always diagnosed right away, especially when the symptoms are mild.

Parents usually notice that something is wrong when a child fails to reach developmental milestones such as

rolling over
crawling
walking
This may lead to a diagnosis later in life, accounting for the children who are diagnosed as toddlers.

Cerebral palsy is caused by damage to the motor cortex of the brain. This is the part of the brain that affects muscle control and coordination.

For this reason, children with cerebral palsy frequently struggle with walking and fine motor skills. The type and severity of symptoms can vary significantly from one patient to the next, and an individual’s case may be made more complex by the presence of coexisting conditions such as

cognitive disability
epilepsy
vision problems
and more

CP treatments are always highly individualized to suit the needs of the patient. There is no cure for cerebral palsy, but many treatments and therapies exist that can provide relief from symptoms.



https://cerebralpalsygroup.com 7 months ago

Mesothelioma

Helping bring you hope, faith, and financial help when navigating through mesothelioma

Let's Begin Together



https://mesothelioma.net/ 9 months ago

The Cirdan Sailing Trust

The Cirdan Trust is a sailing charity founded in 1982 by The Reverent Bill Broad. We work with Schools, Charities, Youth Clubs & different Groups all of whom return again and again to use our service and provide their young people with an opportunity to develop life skills, increase self-confidence and self-esteem, improve communication and team work skills and generally enhance their well-being. We do this through a residential experience aboard our large off-shore sailing vessels where everyone becomes part of the crew both above and below deck to face the challenge and adventure of life at sea.

Whilst we can offer opportunities to mainstream groups, most of the young people who sail with us are disadvantaged in some way and we operate the Voyage of Discovery Fund scheme to help subsidise the voyage fee and keep the costs low. We aim to give young people an experience they may never otherwise have the opportunity to participate in.

We have one supporter in particular that asks that the funds they donate go to help autistic young people wherever possible. This is a family that lost a child with autism some years ago and has supported our charity ever since.



www.cirdantrust.org over 1 year ago Contact for more information

Wills in Northampton - Wills and Probate Services

Services for Special Needs Clients
Guardianship:
If you have a child with a Disability or Special Needs, there is no more important
question than “Who will look after my child if I am not around?”
Instinctively most parents will know the answer, but the only way to ensure that
the right person is appointed is to make a Will that specifies who is to be the
child’s guardian.
Trust Structures:
If a child is bereaved it is critical that a suitable trust structure is put in place. This
will ensure that care packages and benefits remain unaffected by the parent’s
death. Moreover the trust needs to be managed correctly throughout the child’s
lifetime so the choice of the right trustees is critical.
Once again the answer lies in a correctly structured Will and having professional
advice that gives the right solution is more important when the interests of a
disabled child are concerned. Our advice process will take into account the likely
ongoing needs of the Disabled child and balance them with the needs of any
other children to arrive at the right solution for the whole family.
Deputyship:
Parental responsibility ends on a child’s 18th birthday. But If you have a child with
a Disability or Special Needs, the need to care for them and make decisions on
their behalf will be a lifelong responsibility.
On occasion appointment as a nominee to deal with benefits will suffice. However
there are many cases where a formal application for deputyship is required. Due
to the complexity of these applications it is likely that a parent will need
professional advice and help with the application process. These applications can
be protracted so we recommend starting proceedings 6 – 7 moths before a child
turns 18.



http://www.willsnorthants.co.uk/ almost 2 years ago Varied

Autism Links

Living with autism isn’t easy, but finding out all about it should be. Some estimate that 1 in 100 people have autism. Others say it’s more like 1 in 88. Whatever the real figures, the good news is that there’s lots of support and advice out there to help you make sense of the world of autism. Charities, support groups, and specialist service providers, are all ready to share advice and experience whenever you need it. Autismlinks.co.uk is dedicated to making those helpful and sometimes vital links, it covers who to talk to, where to go and contains lots of helpful advice all in one place.



www.autismlinks.co.uk almost 2 years ago

UK Addiction Treatment Centres

Our purpose is to provide excellent care and treatment to enable all those suffering from addictive disorders to achieve a goal of life-long recovery. Our treatment centres provide comfortable and well-maintained accommodation and we have successfully treated hundreds of people affected by the negative impact of addiction. We treat addiction as an illness not a life choice and ensure that all our practitioners are highly trained and motivated to enable individuals to embark on a life changing process.



https://www.ukat.co.uk/ almost 2 years ago

Tuck - A community for better sleep

Tuck - A community for better sleep

Research sleep products and
understand sleep health and hygiene



www.tuck.com almost 2 years ago

Farewill

Did you know it costs on average £9,700 of unplanned legal fees and lost assets to die without a will in the UK? Not to mention the additional stress for your loved ones left behind.

Get writing your will off your bucket list and protect your loved ones for good with Farewill, rated UK's #1 will writing service by TrustPilot.

Farewill takes you through a jargon-free step-by-step process to complete your legally binding will online, without the expense or complication of seeing a solicitor in person.

- Complete your will online in as little as 15 minutes
- Access to live expert support for any questions you have 7 days a week for FREE
- Every will proofread and approved by a will specialist
- Update your will at any time for only £10/year (first 12 months free)



https://goo.gl/RYKyF9 about 2 years ago £50

Counselling Directory

Not sure where to start?
 
Research -
Start by finding out as much as you can about counselling and reading up on the issue you are worried about using the information on our website.
 
Then - 
Find a counsellor or psychotherapist using our intelligent search tool, which has been designed to make this process as simple as possible.
 
Connect -
Take your time and browse through as many counsellors and psychotherapists as you wish before making a decision on who you wish to contact.
 



http://www.counselling-directory.org.uk/ over 2 years ago Individual Prices

Counselling Directory Autism Page



http://www.counselling-directory.org.uk/autism.html over 2 years ago

A.S.S.G.O

AS Support Group Online



http://www.assupportgrouponline.org/ over 2 years ago

Asperger Training

We are specialists in the Autism Spectrum Conditions (Asperger Syndrome), dyslexia, dyspraxia, ADHD, equality and diversity and more. Our trainers and consultants are all highly trained, experienced and published authors in their field.
We provide a whole range of support and expertise to both organisations and individuals and families, so please contact us to see how we can help.



http://www.asperger-training.com/ over 3 years ago

ReAttach Therapy Institute

ReAttach therapy is an innovative psychotherapy developed by Paula Weerkamp-Bartholomeus. Originally it was designed for children and adults with maladaptive patterns (schema therapy).  Later a variant for people with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) was built, and practical research showed promising results on a variety of developmental areas. 

 

  

ReAttach Therapy Institute takes care of training courses, certification and quality control. 



www.reattach-therapy-institute.com over 3 years ago

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