Outdoor Activities for Children with Disabilities and Special Needs

Between school struggles, therapies, and the challenges of "play dates," it can be hard to imagine your child with special needs taking part in after-school activities. The reality, though, is that the right after-school programs may be terrific opportunities for your child to show his strengths, build confidence, make friends, and discover new interests.

The outdoors is a special playing and learning environment for all children; childcare professionals report that, for those children with individual needs and complex disabilities, contact with the outdoors is almost guaranteed to produce stronger responses than the levels normally exhibited during indoor play.

We run a wide range of play and youth clubs outside of school hours and at weekends. They are designed for children and young people with a range of disabilities and enable them to socialise and participate in fun outdoor activities.

For further information on these activities please email support

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