In October 2017, we started some new clubs for children and young people with disabilities and we are happy to announce that they have returned for the new year!
After running successfully in the final months of last year, it has been decided that our clubs will continue. These clubs officially started on Monday 8th January with our Challenge Club, where young people who attend have the chance to learn some fun, new skills!
Our returning clubs are:
We are running two different clubs for two age groups that will take place on Tuesdays during term time: 1pm to 3pm for 0-5 years and 3.30pm to 5.30pm for 6-11 years.
This club is a great opportunity for children with disabilities to make new friends while playing in an accessible house and garden, which has a wheelchair accessible outdoor play area that includes a swing and roundabout.
Specifically designed for parents/carers to stay and play with their children, there are plenty of activities for the whole family to get involved in: have fun in the soft play area; relax in the sensory room; finger paint; play outside; and more!
When we say “whole family”, we mean it! Siblings of children with disabilities are also welcome to come along to play and make friends.
Refreshments are provided.
We have a number of dates still available with sessions only costing £3.50!*
A small day club aimed at children and young people, aged 10-18, with sensory and complex needs. It runs from 11.45am to 4.45pm two Sundays a month.
This is a small day club aimed at supporting children with sensory and complex needs who would enjoy a quiet and relaxing atmosphere. Sunday Chill gives children and young people with disabilities the chance to make some more friends and have fun in a safe and supported environment.
There are loads of activities to choose, including: a hand massage; foot spa; listening to music; taking part in art activities; going in the sensory room room; and much more!
We still have sessions available at only £5!
Starting at 3.30pm and ending at 7.30pm, this Monday term time club is for young people with disabilities, aged 12-25.
Challenge Club gives young adults with disabilities the chance to make new friends and get new hobbies! Gaining confidence in activities such as sewing, woodwork, and much more, attendees will gain new skills as well as friends.
It is all fun and games at Challenge Club! Attendees will be able to choose, as a group, what activity they would like to do, which could include bowling, photography, and more!
Local school pick ups available.
We have a number of dates available with sessions only costing £5!
Contact us to register an interest!
To book a date for any of the above clubs or for more information, please contact Frances Callaghan at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01277 651266.
*Per three person family with an addition cost of £1 for each additional family member (for adults and children).