Mum Pat Graham has decided to write a poem about her reflections on love at this difficult time. The poem is a poignant reminder of the people who are often invisible and overlooked in society. If you have any thoughts or reflections on life at this time that you wish to share on the blog please feel free to send them to; [email protected]
This resource has been designed to offer collage creating for relaxation. It also includes a poem that was written especially for Tenstmuir in Fife and performed at the Stanza Poetry Festival in St Andrews early in 2020. The poem introduces multi-sensory elements that can be created to bring the landscape to life.
In this blog post Susan reflects on what the “middle ground” means for people in this current crisis. Her reflection on what the “middle ground” is for her own family, and others who love and care for someone with profound and multiple learning disabilities, is both thought provoking and poignant for us all at this most difficult of times.
A lovely multi-sensory story created for you at Easter by Lorna Holmes. We hope you enjoy the story and we would love you to share any of your own Easter story adventures.
In this post family carer, Pat Graham reflects on what ‘the new normal’ is for her and what changes it might bring in the future.
PAMIS have created a Virtual Activity Programme. Feel free to browse the resources and get involved in any of the activities.
It’s fabulous to hear so many of you are taking part in our multi-sensory story making activity. PAMIS are delighted to share with you Gill and Leo’s story. Gill is the author of Leo and The Lightening Dragons, a book she wrote for her son Leo. Gill and Leo have created a beautiful story to share with you.
During the self isolation created by COVID 19, Susan shares her thoughts about change of routines at this difficult time.
PAMIS invite you to make your own multi -sensory stories and have created this new handy … Continue reading “Create Your Own Multi Sensory Story”
Update 18/03/202 PAMIS are taking daily advice from the NHS Scotland web sites in order to … Continue reading “PAMIS COVID-19 update – Continuing support for families”