Join Val, ASD tutor and author of the excellent ‘Tony the Turtle’ book series.
The stories you will enjoy together offer tried and tested positive strategies to support children and their parents and carers in getting through everyday activities with reduced anxiety, minimum stress and having some fun along the way!
Come to the library to play this classic favourite. For both beginners and advanced players.For more information phone: 051 421877.
Should you require any supports to fully participate in this event, please contact the Librarian.
Bunclody library will host the first of our Autism and sensory friendly movie screenings.
These autism friendly adjustments are designed to make viewing a movie in the library more inclusive and accessible for children with sensory sensitivities, and others who can benefit from this environment.
New Ross Library are delighted to have on display a collection of books, publications, audio-visual recordings and other research materials on the Kennedy presidency, Kennedy family, and the link between the Kennedys and County Wexford.
Bring your child to our regular library storytime on Tuesday 22nd October and you will have the opportunity to chat with a Public Health Nurse about child development and other questions you may have about parenting.
Amy Smith is the Information and Advocacy coordinator with the Dyslexia Association of Ireland (DAI) and will cover how apps for ipads and tablets can be used in an affordable and user-friendly way to help children and young people with dyslexia.