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Find out what's happening...

Keep up to date with all the latest KidsAid news and events.

Gin lover’s networking event will raise money for KidsAid

We are delighted to be the charity of choice to benefit from the Gin Lover’s Networking event on the 13th February in Northamptonshire. Tow Warner amongst other inspiring business owners will be speaking to guests about how he built a successful business, and has kindly donated a tour of the famed distillery as one of the raffle prizes up for grabs. Thank you, Warner Edwards, and MSO Workspace, we are looking forward to attending the event!

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Northampton Half Marathon 2018

Up for a challenge this year? Want to do something that will help so many other people? Sign up to take part in the Northampton Half Marathon! The money you raise will make a difference to children and young people who have suffered any form of trauma. Click below to find more details including how to enter.

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Art in Motion sessions at Northampton Central Library

Free creative art and dance movement wellbeing sessions for children and their parents or carers. We will be facilitating 3 sessions over November/December 2017, which will provide a supportive space to enjoy expression through art. More details can be found by clicking the link below.

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Art Therapy has ‘clear effect’ on severe depression, according to research.

During the study, 43 patients with depressive symptoms took part in 10 hour-long individual art therapy sessions conducted by a specially trained therapist. Each session began with a short briefing and a relaxation exercise. After that participants created artwork with crayons and water colours. Improvements were observed to be on average almost 5 steps on a depression rating scale, which assesses factors such as anxiety, sleep, ability to take initiative and emotional involvement. Although the study was based on adults, Mary-Rose Brady, director of operations at the British Association of Art Therapists says art therapy can be particularly useful for children, due to them being more likely to ‘act out’ their feelings.

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