Disabled children are often excluded from their local provision as a result of the level of support they need and the fear (resulting from lack of information and experience) that many have of working and interacting with disabled people.
One of the magical and unique things about The Parasol Project is its emphasis on inclusiveness. We champion equality and have created a unique ethos and culture that is present in all of our work.
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 external organisations such as Early Intervention Hubs, VIP+, Meadowbrook College, Barandos, Social Services and Viking House.
Your generosity plays a vital role in supporting our ambitious and enriching provision.