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Ideas for activities please

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DorisDay88 Sat 29-Oct-16 06:52:34

I've started spending a few afternoons a week on a one to one basis with a 18 year old girl with aspergers, adhd, and other issues stemming from her early childhood (she's no longer with her birth parents)
I'm just looking for ideas of things to entertain her and to help her enjoy her time with me - she likes walking so we were able to go out and about in the summer but it's getting dark by the time I have her now so wondered if there's any board games or similar anyone could suggest - I'm a bit out of touch as my children have grown up!
We've baked, which she is very good at, do craft things and listen to music - just trying to think of something different.
Thanks in advance

DorisDay88 Sun 30-Oct-16 07:36:35

Bumped smile

TwoLeftSocks Sun 30-Oct-16 07:43:54

Photography (aka pissing about with camera modes different light, inc nighttime)? Stargazing? Clay modeling?

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