Helping young people and children access regular play spaces and equipment as well as being able to make new friends.
Role Models run Special Educational Needs (SEN) Activity Camps for a maximum of 25 children per camp aged 6-12.
The holiday camps are based in Southfields, Regent’s Park and Richmond. All three schools are completely secure and designed for children. The camp will be run by teachers from Blossom House School, a leading special needs school in Motspur Park and other London schools.
Shape develops opportunities for disabled artists; they train cultural institutions to be more open to disabled people, and they run participatory arts and development programmes.
SNAP childcare only deal with special needs placements. They place professional nannies, carers, facilitators, enablers and support workers throughout the UK and abroad to work with babies and children with additional needs, including those with mild learning difficulties to profound and multiple disabilities. They also place people with families who are in difficult situations or with parents who need help looking after their children, for example, those who have an acquired brain injury. Their SNAP16+ Division works with young adults with additional needs.
Yorkshire Association for Music and Special Educational Needs. Working to bring music, happiness and joy into the lives of those who will benefit most from it.
The Mersea Island Festival has been an annual event each August at Essex Outdoors Mersea. The Festival aims to bring together young people with or without a physical or learning disability. The camps are ideal for Inclusive clubs, Phab and Gateway clubs, Youth Groups and families with disabled young people. They provide an opportunity to try out new activities, make new friends and have loads of fun!!!