New Durrington early years hub provides support for all

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A MOTHER-OF-THREE has praised the launch of an early years hub for families with young disabled children.

Two of Rosemary Hudson’s children suffer with learning difficulties, eight-year-old Oliver has been diagnosed with autism while five-year-old William has social communication and attention difficulties.

W04376H14 Vicky Feeney, with her one-year-old son Henry, in the sensory room
W04376H14 Vicky Feeney, with her one-year-old son Henry, in the sensory room

The launch of the hub, based in the Durrington Children and Family Centre, in Salvington Road, means both boys can attend the same play space as their four-year-old sister Daisy for the first time.

Rosemary, of Coleridge Road, Goring, said: “What’s so nice is that they don’t exclude Daisy, we can go as a family. The staff are so friendly and understand how tough it can be, I think they’re absolutely amazing.”

For the full story, see the Worthing Herald, Thursday, February 6.

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