SEND children enjoy day out at Adventure Wonderland
Children and families from Diverse Abilities’ Coping with CHAOS have enjoyed a day out at Adventure Wonderland, thanks to tickets donated by the Dorset theme park.
More than 70 tickets to Adventure Wonderland have been donated to the Children’s Services at Dorset’s disability charity to allow the families to have a great day out at the beginning of the summer holidays.
Amy Topp, short breaks coordinator at Diverse Abilities, commented: “We are so thankful to the team at Adventure Wonderland for their incredibly kind donation of tickets, our Coping with CHAOS families love taking days out and having our staff in tow means they can really enjoy themselves.”
Coping with CHAOS provides play sessions and activities for SEND children of all ages and their families during weekends and school holidays, as well as an advice and guidance service for parents.
A parent of one of the children attending, commented: “We’ve all had such a good day out, and the children have really enjoyed all the rides and spending time with their friends.”
Parents can self-refer their families or their children onto the service for support.
Lucy Lucas-Rowe, director at Adventure Wonderland, added: “Supporting organisations local to us is very important at Adventure Wonderland, so it’s fantastic to work with Diverse Abilities and the children and families they support. We’re really pleased to play a part in creating a fantastic day out for these families to enjoy and create memories together.”
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