How PAMIS families come together and form special relationships.
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.
Jennifer Haddow and her mum Anne had fun making their own versions of the PAMIS multi-sensory stories created in memory of Loretto. The resources they have created are wonderful and we are delighted to share them with you.
Watch the edited film of Dylan’s amazing performance for PAMIS. Everyone thoroughly enjoyed it
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.
PAMIS created a multi-sensory story guide to support families with activities they could enjoy doing together. Here you can browse and enjoy some of the multi-sensory stories made by families.
This resource has been created by Kate Sanger to support her daughter Laura to understand why no one can come to visit her at this time. The resource Kate has created demonstrates the power of connection through the story narrative.
Creative arts group, ‘The Arts End of Somewhere’ have written and created a multi-sensory version of this local tale from Dumfries and Galloway. They will be performing it at Big Dog, a children’s festival brought to you by Wigtown Festival Company. The festival is online this year and The Arts End of Somewhere will be online on Monday 27th April. The story and a guide to making the props for the story will be available to download from the Virtual Activity Programme page on the PAMIS website following the festival.
Like other organisations around the country PAMIS have closed their doors, including those of their head … Continue reading “PAMIS moves essential services online to continue support of people with PMLD across Scotland”