SCOTLAND


The Yard, Edinburgh is home to adventure and play for disabled children and young people. It’s a wonderful resource of emotional and practical support for families, as well as fun and friendship for everyone involved.

Kids can get creative in two fantastic play areas. Outdoors there are swings, go-karts, trikes, huts, sand pits, a brilliant sensory garden and loads of natural materials to play with. Inside you’ll find musical instruments, arts and crafts, dressing up, a fully equipped kitchen and a calming sensory room. There’s something fun for every ability and all visitors are supported.




ENGLAND


St Chad's St, Manchester, UK  M8 8QA


These unique rooms have a range of bespoke equipment creating both a calming and interactive atmosphere, where colours flash through the fibre-optic strands along the floor; streams of blue and green simultaneously twinkle through the bubble tubes and the disco ball sparkles. Our users can enjoy lying on the water beds dreaming away to the sounds of classical music or playing in the mirrors creating their very own personal party space with pop music in the background.

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Unit 2, Woodhill Street, Bury, BL8 1AT.


The soft play area helps to develop skills including; cause and effect, colour & number recognition and gross motor skills with a selection of slides, swings, ball pool, musical instruments, trampoline, tunnels and infinity hut. Every surface is soft padded making it safe for children of all abilities. The area has two ‘wavy’ slides side by side and a further spiral slide. The lower level features a shallow ball pool, large soft...and more....

http://www.boomerangcentre.co.uk/



DORSET

Lily’s Place opened in 1995 as a short-stay residential home providing short breaks, providing family members some of their own time while the child or young person’s needs are met by staff.  It is fully equipped with overnight bedrooms for up to four children or young people, with complex physical and/or learning difficulties.  A further three children can also be accommodated during the day. Facilities also include fully equipped bathrooms, rooms with hoists and specialist equipment, a soft play area, sensory room, ball pool and garden.

Today over 400 families are registered and Coping with CHAOS is recognised as a major provider of short breaks for families with disabled children in the area.

The majority of permanent staff are either parents of children with disabilities or have experience of working with disabilities.


https://diverseabilities.org.uk/children