WHAT WE DO
We provide positive activities for young people with social communication difficulties through a planned series of outdoor activity breaks (camps) tailored to their individual needs. Camps may last from a 24 hour stop over, a weekend or up to a week in the school holidays. Young people are accompanied and supported on a 1:1 ratio by our team of carefully selected and trained volunteers.
Before a young person comes on a camp, the Project Coordinator will visit him/her at home and begin to develop a relationship with them through a number of short activity sessions locally, leading up to a day’s activity at a local outdoor pursuits centre. When a young person is ready they will be invited for a 24 hour stopover or weekend.
Activities might include any of the following activities: canoeing, kayaking, ropes course, mountain biking, sailing, archery, team challenges; but the programme is determined by the needs and interests of the young people concerned.
Are you looking for opportunities for your young person to try new activities, develop their social interaction skills, make new friends and have fun?
If the answer is yes, then we may be able to help:If your young person is receiving self-directed support, then this can be used to access our services: for more information contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org or download our Welcome Pack.