The pool can accommodate a class of eight non-ambulant people and their one-to-one support, making it one of the largest hydrotherapy pools in the country. With a water temperature of 33 degrees, tight muscles and tendons can relax, painful spasms are relieved and muscle strength and balance are improved.
We run professional hydrotherapy sessions outside school hours, for all those in the community. This includes pupils in mainstream schools who have painful and disabling conditions such as muscular dystrophy, cerebral palsy, rheumatoid arthritis and other genetic and neurological challenges.
Similar sessions will be offered for adults with conditions such as multiple sclerosis, motor neurone disease and spinal problems.
Our multi-use area is used to host youth clubs and indoor activities during the evenings and weekends. We are looking to host acting, music and other social activities and clubs. The area can also be used as a conference and training room.
A full sized floor level therapy trampoline is invaluable for non-ambulant as well as able-bodied users.
Our team of physiotherapists will monitor and support the use of all our facilities. Individual or group sessions can be booked and visiting therapists, doctors and nurses can use the Centre’s two therapy and consulting rooms.
Accessible to all by overhead hoists or from wheelchairs and standers, the climbing wall hand and foot holds light up to lead users into exciting climbs and games.
The Chamwell Centre Community Café caters for visitors to the Centre and the local community, offering delicious hot and cold food and drinks throughout the day.
We work very closely with local clubs and organisations to offer a variety of inclusive sporting activities
The Chamwell Centre was built entirely by charitable funding and will rely on the generosity of the public, businesses and charitable trusts to continue its work and to ensure that children and adults in Gloucestershire can enjoy its facilities.
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