Activity Alliance (formerly EFDS) has developed 10 principles that can help sport providers to deliver more appealing and inclusive opportunities for disabled people. The principles are based on research published in their ‘Talk to Me’ report in October 2014. Find out more about the 10 Principles and their work at www.activityalliance.org.uk.
SNAP is a fun, social club for children and young people with special needs to make friends and learn new skills.
Led by Melissa Coyle, Elaine Lightfoot and Vicki Pritchard, children and young people meet every Thursday, 6.45-8.15pm, to enjoy music, dance, gymnastics, trampolining, and develop throwing, catching and other fundamental movement skills through games and other sports. Continue reading SNAP (Special Needs in the Park)
The Down’s Syndrome Association visited OCRA’s special needs class, SNAP, as part of Down’s Syndrome Awareness week, to see the impact our sessions have had on children and young people with disabilities in Okehampton and the local community. Continue reading Down’s Syndrome Association visit SNAP
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