We ran a weekend Family Camp for families of children with serious and life limiting illnesses and disabilities.
13 families attended our camp, comprising 45 individual campers, made up of the ill child(ren), siblings and parents and / or carers. The campers came from across Scotland to attend camp which took place at Tulliallan castle in Fife from 15th to 17th May 2015.
We provided grants directly to carers who care for a child or adult with profound and multiple learning disabilities, and live in Scotland.
We provided grants directly to carers who care for a child who has Down’s Syndrome and who live with them.
To support the continuation of an annual multi-sport, pan disability residential sports camp held at Largs National Sports Centre in July 2014.
Demand for the camps is growing and we cannot expand places or provide additional equipment. The camps are three days long, very positive and intensive for participants and a great chance for carer respite.
We provided a residential activity short break to The Calvert Trust at Kielder Forest Park for 14 children with complex needs and their families from across Aberdeen City and Aberdeenshire.
The break enabled the children, siblings and parent carers to try new activities together and meet other families in a similar situation.
Our project enabled 5 Scottish children, who have OI (Osteogenesis Imperfecta) , to attend our Family Weekend Conference, by covering the travel and accommodation costs for them and their family carers. The event was held in London in August 2014.
RNIB Activate delivered a programme of activities for children and young people living with sight loss and their families across Scotland.
We have provided playscheme’s for children with Additional Support Needs and their siblings aged from 3-16 in Ellon, Banff and Inverurie during Easter,Summer and October holidays as well as taking children to a Xmas Panto.
We have also organised afterschool groups during school term in Ellon and Inverurie on a weekly basis.
We ran a weekend Family Camp for children with serious and life limiting illnesses, their parents or carers and siblings.
The camp catered for families from across Scotland and provided the whole family with a much needed respite from the pressures of daily life.
We provided grants directly to carers who care for an adult who has Down’s syndrome who lives with them.