“I have been humbled and inspired by their smiles, sense of self, lust for life and laughs.”
Fife Friendship Club met virtually today on Zoom.
“Arianne is in lockdown with only her team of carers having physical contact with her. I … Continue reading “Profound Impact Day 2020- Staying Connected – a blog by Lorna Holmes”
“My eldest child Brody is 8 years old and has a learning disability (amongst other … Continue reading “Profound Impact Day 2020 – The Things I Am Thankful For- A blog by Laura Rutherford”
Heather is joining PAMIS to work on a Multi- sensory storytelling project in Dumfries … Continue reading “Welcome to the PAMIS team Heather!”
Stories connect individuals and communities and the grant from the Holywood Trust will enable PAMIS to connect communities across Dumfries and Galloway through the use of multi-sensory stories.
Profound Impact – Jenny Miller CEO PAMIS I frequently reflect on why I act and … Continue reading “Profound Impact Day Blog – Profound Impact on my career by Jenny Miller, CEO of PAMIS”
Dance is amazing. It brings individuals, communities and cultures together. Dance crosses boundaries, is good for physical, mental and emotional well-being and it’s FUN.
Nearly ten years ago, PAMIS families, realising that their family members needed support to have their voices heard, worked with PAMIS to develop the PAMIS Digital Passport. The Passport, which belongs to the individual, offers a simple multimedia approach that eases communication and helps carers to share information in a way that truly values the individual.
Video 3, Sensory Processing Process from Motorvate Therapies has now been added to the Virtual Acitivities Programme. In this video Susan explains the sensory processing process.