Sir Jack Petchey founded the Jack Petchey Foundation in 1999 to recognise the positive contributions young people make to society and to support them in achieving their potential. Since then the Foundation has supported over 2,000 initiatives for young people across London and Essex and has invested over £143m in programmes including the prestigious Jack Petchey Achievement Award scheme which recognises the achievements of young people in schools and youth groups across London and Essex.
Want to be able to go to a live gig, club or just on a night out, but your support worker can’t work late?…Stay Up Late helps you to meet other like minded people and arrange appropriate company and support, then they can help, with a whole array of ways you can have a night out with friends in the West Sussex area.
Want to know how to mix music or create a podcast, maybe even a night out dancing and having fun….you can do all of those things at Bubble Club…a completely inclusive nightclub experience for people from a diverse community.
An active theatre company that is used and created by people with learning disabilities. With regular creative workshops that include poetry and theatre training there really is a complete sense of inclusion and fun.
Synergy Dance Outreach encourage activity and inclusion through a whole variety of clubs. With lots of online sessions and clubs beginning to open up again, with SEND being considered in every part of the sessions, there is something for everyone to have fun and take part in.
We know that airbnb guide us towards to fabulous and unique places to stay around the world, maybe a home from home or a treetop getaway!
What we know now is that airbnb are giving us access to some unique experiences away from the traditional guided tours and trips. But, even more exciting is that they are developing a list of experiences that cater for everyone, wheelchair friendly, neurodiverse inclusion, accessible and adapted, how fabulous is that!!
Playskill are a Watford area charity that run term time clubs for special needs and disabled children.
They offer a wide range of interactive activities for both parents and children to do together as well as online resources
Special Stars offer a range of services and products to support children with learning disabilities in the Hull area.
Whether it’s creating your own magical story or taking part in an interactive live streamed class to encourage all kinds of fun projects, with some ideas specifically created for SEND children.
Special Olympics GB have more than 120 inclusive multi sports clubs across the whole of the UK that encourage anyone of any ability to take part and enjoy a variety of sports.