Places are now available at our trampolining sessions for children and young people with autism in Reading and Bracknell.
They are being offered on a first-come, first-served basis, so parents and carers are advised to apply immediately.
Once all the current vacant places are filled, we will again be operating a waiting list. Parents will then be notified when a place becomes available.
Trampolining is often recommended as a therapy for children with autism to help them understand movement in their body, which they can struggle with due to issues with sensory processing.
The repetitive stimulation of bouncing into a rebounding surface helps teach the body how to read impulses it has not been able to interpret.
Sessions are open to children and young people aged four to 18 with autism spectrum conditions. They are supervised by coaches with specialist training in supporting children with autism.
Click here for more information about locations, dates and times of our trampolining sessions.
Please call 01189 594 594 or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to sign up your child for a place.
All our trampolining sessions are supported financially by the BBC’s Children in Need appeal.