One of the stand-out aspects of The Parasol Project is that we have a fully-developed methodology of inclusion.
This means we are committed to providing high quality play activities in a space that is constantly adapting to the needs of the staff and users of our service
We champion free play and we ensure that our ethos is present in all of our work.
Disabled children and young people are often excluded from their local play provision due to the level of support they need. To address this we provide a safe, inclusive and fun environment enabling access to the vast health and well-being advantages of play.
The benefits of inclusion for disabled and non-disabled children and young people are huge; new friendships are formed, social skills developed and a level of sensitivity and awareness surrounding disability is established.
We work closely with arts organisations, educational centres and statutory services, co-ordinating access and removing barriers to deliver the best individual experience for each child or young person
Your generosity plays a vital role in supporting our ambitious and enriching provision.