The Arts End of Somewhere are to produce, and have published, their first multi-sensory story book.
PAMIS are delighted to announce they will be participating in the Folklore Festival 2020. This year the festival goes online and you can access the multi-sensory story here and participate in an immersive telling of a local tale.
PAMIS were delighted that their multi-sensory Norse Creation Myth was part of the Nithraid Festival online this year.
Join in the Nithraid Festival on August the 22nd at 15.00 to hear a Norse Multi-sensory story. If you would like to join in and make the story at home we have provided the story and some craft ideas to help you on your way.
PAMIS (Promoting A More Inclusive Society) is grateful to have received almost £10,000 lottery … Continue reading “Funding to support the PAMIS Partnership Connections Project in Stonehaven”
This lovely multi-sensory story has been adapted by Anne and Jennifer Haddow, from the book Owl Babies, by Martin Waddell. We are pleased to share it with you and hope it inspires you to create your own story. Many thanks to Anne for sharing the multi-sensory story and how she created it.
Vestibular – Video 5 from Motorvate Therapies and PAMIS has now been added to the Virtual Activities Programme.
PAMIS and NHS Education for Scotland (NES) hosted 2 webinars: Postural Care/Digital Passports and Moving and Handling
PAMIS are celebrating rivers, canals and shores this year with the development of a multi-sensory resource to support venues to offer people with PMLD and their families a great day out. We would love families to be involved in sharing their stories of rivers, canals and shores to be woven with the sound of the water and included in the resource
Welcomes, Wild Geese, and World War One! by Heather Molloy “I cannot quite believe I have … Continue reading “Welcomes, Wild Geese, and World War One!”