"Bridge Children's Centre Stay & Play"

About: Bridge Children's Centre

(as a staff member posting for a patient/service user),

I've been coming here with both my children for sometime. I think it has helped them feel more prepared for school. Sharon has been really friendly, my oldest is very shy and Sharon always took time to play with him and talk to him. It really improved his confidence. She is one of the few people he will confidently talk to.

We have been coming for nearly a year and me and my son love it! Sharon and Amanda S have been so helpful. They gave me advice and reassurance and made my son settle really well. This is our number one place to go

I bring my 2yr old to carry on his experience that he has at nursery. I have met other parents and we chat about our experiences. Staff are very welcoming and helpful.

In the two years I've been coming to group I have noticed improvements in my child's speech and social skills. Sharon has always been very kind and friendly to us. We made some good friends who we now meet with outside of the group

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Responses

Response from Annette Tutalo, Children's Centre Coordinator, Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

It's great to hear that even though Stay and Play sessions are a universal service, they have such a positive impact on the children and families that come to them.

Thank You for your positive feedback.

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