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Have A Go

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As part of our commitment to giving young people with spina bifida and/or hydrocephalus the very best start in life we’ve launched ‘Have A Go’. This project, for zero to five year olds, is about finding ways to boost children's development through movement, communication and play. At the same time we hope to enrich the connections and enjoyment between parent/carers and their child.

Have a Go is currently running in the West of Scotland - Find out about the Project and getting involved

We have created two special HAVE A Go programmes, hosted by Scottish actress Julie Wilson Nimmo (BBC's Ballamory). Filmed in the style of children's tv shows our children aged 0-5 enjoy structured and unstructured learning through a range of activities and techniques to aid their development and provide positive building blocks for the future. Watch our films below.

An accompanying booklet has also been created and is available for download here.

Have A Go Baby Show

Have a Go 2-5 year olds Show

We acknowledge the support of the Scottish Government through a CYPFEIF and ALEC Fund Grant.

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