Funding for sports can be found from Aiming High £140 is available as a bank transfer (receipts must be provided)
Achieving for Children activities list: specific events for young people
Activity Station organises fun and exciting activities for people with disabilities in Richmond across different age ranges, covering a wide variety of interests 07946 774423 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Chessington World of Adventures: obtain a disabled pass for your child
Drama Me Too & Co offers workshops which are fun and inspiring and are specifically designed to encourage and enhance creative thinking and bodily awareness as well as develop social and communication skills and build self-confidence. Beginners are very welcome. Free of charge. Contact Me Too & Co. Tel: 07946 646033 Email: email@example.com
Kids Day Out: More general activities in Surrey
Kids.org may be able to find specific activities for you. Contact RichmondKingston@kids.org.uk or on 0208 831 6179
Lighthouse Project Club for 11 yrs+ with HF ASD or ADHD where they can make friends, and access youth services. It is open to young people from Richmond and Kingston Boroughs.
Marble Hill Park adventure playground – a fantastic outdoor area for SEN children on Saturday mornings 10 – 12pm for 0-15 year olds.
MouseTrap discounted theatre seats for SEN & carers Email: firstname.lastname@example.org and ask to be listed under ADHD Richmond
Richmond Mencap (8 to 17+) Tel: 020 8744 1923 Email: email@example.com
Surrey Explorers runs Talks and Workshops on interesting subjects for children who are curious, motivated and eager to learn beyond the school curriculum and to explore new interests. Sunday mornings each month from 10.30 – 12.30 in Epsom. Open to 7 – 13 year olds £10 per child on the door. Parents are welcome to stay. Their sessions are held at Kingswood House School, 56 West Hill, Epsom KT19 8LG. 10 mins walk from Epsom station.
TAZ holiday activities offers excellent outdoor learning skills on land and water
Time to Sparkle – If you have a child aged 2 – 5 years & you feel you would like some support with their behaviour, language, concentration or social and emotional and/or physical needs then go along to the stay and play group at the Windham Croft, Windham Road, Kew Fridays 13:15 – 14:45 Siblings are welcome. Kathryn Hogarth 07864 609915 firstname.lastname@example.org
Wild Education: runs Forest School activities encouraging child led play & learning in a natural Richmond environment