A story by Beachcombers
Beachcombers playscheme ran for 3 days a week during school holiday times for children and young people with additional support needs living in South West Glasgow. Transport was provided for outings outwith the playscheme and the carers were able to accompany the child or young person to enjoy this experience together.
Beachcombers have extended the service to young people between the ages of 18 – 20 and their families to provide some sort of transitional service to young people moving into adulthood.
A story by Charlie House
The Activities Coordinator helped deliver a range of recreational activities and activity short breaks for children with life limiting conditions in complex disabilities. This enabled families to spend quality time together, have respite from their caring duties and improve their health and wellbeing.
Family Day Events
A story by Parents Inclusion Network
We organised activity days across Dumfries and Galloway during school holiday periods for families with a or young person with severe and complex multiple support needs. There was a wide range of activities including horse riding, visits to nature reserves, cooking, swimming, creative art sessions and visits to local museums.
Carers benefitting from the fund
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