Is it teething time for your little one?

Sensational Kids will host a special event for families on Sunday, 24th May to celebrate the charity’s sixth birthday.  


All are welcome to attend on the day and there will be a special area for younger guests with games, face painting and lots more fun for the whole family. 


The event in Kildare Business Park, Kildare Town will take place on the Sunday from 2pm to 5pm. 


Sensational Kids is a registered charity set up by parents to provide accessible, affordable and high quality child development services for children of all abilities, including those with special needs.


Since doors opened in 2009, it has provided services to over 3,000 children who travel from all over Ireland to avail of its subsidised clinical services.


The charity provides low-cost services for children in need of additional support, a child development and learning store and professional development training workshops for those working with children with special needs. Collectively these services are ensuring that the children benefiting from them can improve their skills and maximise their potential.


CEO and founder of Sensational Kids Karen Leigh sees the birthday party as a great opportunity to help increase awareness and show people exactly what they do and how they can help. 


For further information about Sensational Kids, please visit their website or call 045 520900.



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