Weʼve raised £0 to help fund a new dedicated building to support children with autism, additional needs and disabilities alongside their families.
- Cambridge, UK
- Closed on Saturday, 8th September 2018
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Our goal is to deliver a dedicated building for our work on the edge of Cambridge, a central hub for the support that we provide and dedicated sessions in an engaging sensory considered environment that is optimised with technology for engaging imaginative play, creativity, educational gains, improved social skills and interaction. This will not only be the cornerstone of our work and foundation for the future but an opportunity for volunteering to individuals and local organisations alike within the community.
Focus will also be on provisioning the building with outdoor space for general use, sport and active lifestyle and a sensory garden that continue to evolve.
The area of additional needs in children is truly vast and the Spectrum projects are designed and created to help alleviate that. An example of just some of the areas we presently support and are not limited to, are as follows: Autism (ASD), Dyspraxia, Developmental Co-ordination Disorder (DCD), Global Development Delay (GDD), Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD), Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Epilepsy, Aspergers, Sensory Processing Disorder, Cerebral Palsy & Hyper-mobility.
You can reach more about the work that we do with children and their families at www.spectrum.org.uk
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Spectrum Cambridge provide a broad range of events and support for children with Autism, additional needs, learning difficulties and disabilities alongside their families and carers.