We provided short outdoor activity breaks for 7 young people with autism, tailored to their individual needs.
We also ran 2 family weekend outdoor activity camps, the Duke of Edinburgh Award, 10 evening activity sessions (canoeing and mountain biking) and a Transitions Group and weekend camp.
We provided wide ranging, fun, challenging indoor and outdoor activities for young people with multiple support needs.
The Service provided carers of young people with disabilities with regular short breaks during the 10 weeks of school holidays, providing quality respite periods for a full day.
SOAR Youth Projects provided social activity groups to young people with multiple support needs who live in Ross-shire. Through the use of local facilities, we enabled the young people to take part in opportunities to develop life skills, friendships and confidence while offering parents/carers regular respite breaks.
We provided a flexible service, delivered in the home & local community. Working 1:1 encouraging children to access/participate in activities & social events.
This in turn provided regular respite for parents/carers as the sessions were between 3 & 4 hours, tailored to maximise the benefit to the whole family.
We delivered TOFFEE Club 5 hour Play Activity Sessions at St Mungo’s Academy, Gallowgate, during school holiday periods and Home Activity Play Sessions for children with multiple support needs which also provides respite for their parents/carers.
The All Together project brought children and young people with additional needs together to take part in a range of themed activity days and short breaks to build skills, confidence and friendships and provide a break for parents and carers. The focus was on fun, friendship and learning.
We delivered our Fun and Friendship Club offering a number of activities in the form of creative respite for people with PMLD (profound and multiple learning disabilities) and their family carers.
The activities offered by PAMIS included The Friendship Club and Sporting Opportunities for Motor Activities (SOMA).
Stanmore Playscheme was delivered in school holidays at Stanmore House School. It offered safe, appropriate play, sporting, expressive arts and outdoor activities for young people with severe additional support needs.
The playscheme is organised by a voluntary committee and run by paid trained staff.
We delivered our Animar project for young people aged 12 to 18 years old with Additional Support Needs, which runs three Saturdays a month.
Animar promotes independence through personal development sessions and community engagement. It runs in Bellshill and Mossend YMCA and in local communities and cities.
We provided a weekly sports club, a twice-monthly youth club and a monthly parent forum. Clasp also provided personalised support when a child or their carers were contending with challenging circumstances
Clasp is a community based support service in Dunoon for children with disabilities and their carers.