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
Providing innovative and unique theatre shows for children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities.
Music For Youth is celebrating 50 years of inspirational music participation for any young person under 21 who has a musical passion. With regional centres and online resources this amazing charity has inspired thousands of young people to take up music.
Essex Short Breaks provide inclusive fun and activities for disabled children living in the Essex area.
It’s wonderful that Legoland has more activity parks and discovery centres around the country and Birmingham is no exception. A wonderful experience for all ages. With soft play for younger visitors and 4D cinema and indoor rides it’s a great place to visit. New measures have been put in place to make your visit Covid safe.
The Vennie is a youth scheme for children aged between 5 and 12 in the West Lothian area of Scotland. They support children emotionally, physically and educationally. They encourage activity through a variety of fun and interactive methods including an adventure park and garden as well as a whole range of sports.
A touring musical theatre company that focusses on inclusion, mental health, emotional development as well as children’s early years development.
Flamingo Chicks CIC provides an inclusive community giving children with disabilities and illnesses such as cancer the opportunity to enjoy ballet alongside their friends.
We have all kinds of children in our classes including those undergoing treatment for cancer, children who are visually impaired, those with autism, cerebral palsy, Downs Syndrome or other needs. We actively celebrate what our children CAN do.
2000 children come through our classes each year!
We deliver classes in three ways:
We have regular weekly classes delivered at schools across Bristol, Bradford, Leeds, York, Cardiff and London.
The UK’s only disability sports series for everyday Superhero. They make participating in any sport possible by providing equipment and support.