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Access Sport have produced an Active Wellbeing Pack to support disabled children and young people and their families to stay active through this tough time. It hopefully caters for a wider range of abilities and interests, consisting of: general games that can be played at home with household items; beginner sport specific activities; wellbeing activities; information on online resources; and inclusive clubs that will be resuming sessions when safe to do so. Feel free to download and/ or share the pack, or we can send a FREE copy in the post. Please ask them to fill in this
Hornfair ParkGreenwichSE18 4PE
Inclusive BMX club as part of Greenwich BMX (Weekly sessions) Participants do not need to be able to ride a bike, the sessions are to introduce BMX and Cycling and give the experience of what is deemed an extreme sport. Children can begin on the flat surface on a BMX bike, and can progress onto the BMX track if they want to. Progress is encouraged but the sessions are to be enjoyed and for the children and young people to have fun. Brothers/Sisters and friends are welcome to come along and join too.
ODEON is aware that going to a standard performance of a film can be a challenge for guests on the autism spectrum or with sensory or learning disabilities. As part of our Corporate Social Responsibility and to promote greater social inclusion, ODEON is delighted to host specially adapted Autism Friendly Screenings of new releases one Sunday morning each month. ODEON were the first cinema chain to partner with Dimensions (a not for profit organisation providing support services for people with learning disabilities) to offer nationwide Autism…
The Ahoy CentreBorthwick Street,Deptford,LondonSE8 3JY
We have a range of programmes running during the week and at weekends dependent on ability. They are usually half days and participants can enjoy going afloat, enjoying the River Thames and adding to their skills set. We also have a team of qualified Mentors who offer advice and a friendly, listening ear.
Royal Borough Of Greenwich, Greenwich Centre, 12Lambarde SquareLondonSE10 9GB
Providing swimming lessons and advice to children and adults from different abled communities. Providing swimming lessons and advice primarily to children and adults of all ages and abilities from differently abled communities. Also teach children and adults who do not have a disability also.
AllKidsCan is a specialist and inclusive childcare provider specialising in delivering a range of high quality provision in schools and community settings. Our Inclusive provision offers activities and respite provision for young people with all types of special educational needs (SEN). AllKidsCan have been commissioned by Royal Borough of Greenwich to deliver their Short breaks programme, primarily based at Charlton Park Academy. Courses included on and off site…
51-61 Clifton Street,LondonEC2A 4DW
For action and adventure, fun and friendship, the Army Cadet Force is hard to beat. With 41,000 cadets (aged 12-18) and 9,500 adults in over 1,600 locations in every corner of the United Kingdom, the ACF is one of the country’s largest voluntary youth organisations. It is also one of the oldest tracing its history back to 1859. To develop personally and physically, providing a broad range of largely free, challenging, educational and adventurous opportunities. Cadets develop…
Autism gifted hands is a business enterprise working with Autistic children (ASD) in the South East of London. We work with age 3 to 10 years Monday to Friday(4 to 6pm) after school doing sensory play in order to reduce overload(Community respite care). We also run a four hours Sensory interventions workshop monthly (last Saturday of each month 1-4pm) to support ASD children with strategies to learning (Attention Bucket, Lego therapy, painting, Sensory play, Barrier games, Sensory circuits etc. Email us your request at email@example.com Autism…