Autism Berkshire is launching extra trampolining classes in Bracknell and Reading for autistic teenagers and adults aged 14 to 25, thanks to a grant from Sport England.
Trampolining has a number of benefits for autistic people of all ages, from easing stress and anxiety and helping to improve coordination, balance and motor skills, to providing valuable exercise and improving overall fitness.
The sessions also provide opportunities to interact with other people in a supportive environment.
These new classes allow us to offer follow-on trampolining for people who become too old to attend our sessions for children funded by BBC Children in Need and will open up some places at those sessions for younger children who are on our waiting list.
The extra classes will take place at Crosfields School in Reading and Bracknell Trampoline Centre.
We currently have a number of places available at the new classes in Bracknell.
Classes in Reading are fully subscribed, but we are operating a waiting list for these.
Click here for more details of our trampolining sessions for 14 to 25-year-olds in Bracknell and Reading and how to register for places in Bracknell and to put names on the waiting list for the classes in Reading.
Information about our trampolining sessions for younger children in Reading and Bracknell, funded by BBC Children in Need, is also available at the same page.
- The new classes for 14 to 25-year-olds are funded by a grant from Sport England as part of their Towards An Active Nation strategy, which aims to encourage people to become more physically active