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Rebound Therapy & Trampolining

Rebound Therapy & Trampolining
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Rebound Therapy & Trampolining

Our therapy trampoline is invaluable for non-ambulant as well as able-bodied users.

Rebound therapy uses a trampoline as a way to enable children with physical disabilities to develop freedom of movement and balance. For able-bodied children with learning difficulties and especially those with autism, trampolining provides a safe and enjoyable sport in which they can excel.

Facilities

Features and useful information

  • Wheelchair accessible trampoline that provides movement and rehabilitation for people with physical or learning difficulties.
  • Each session can be tailored to the child's needs to promote movement or create a calm, relaxed effect, especially for children with high muscle tone.
  • The springs of the trampoline allow children with physical disabilities to experience freedom and weightlessness and provides a rare opportunity for those with severe disabilities to move without restrictions.
  • Games can be incorporated into the sessions to develop teamwork, communication and sensory skills.
  • For children with conditions such as cerebral palsy, it is invaluable in learning to stand and walk and to gain the opportunity to move freely and independently, under the guidance of a specialist physiotherapist.
Features and useful information
Rebound Therapy & Trampolining

How to apply for further information

To find out more information about this activity, please email bookings@chamwellcentre.org.uk or telephone our booking hotline on 07956072503 (Monday - Saturday 9:30 - 12:30 and 16:00 - 17:30) where a member of our therapy staff will be happy to help with your enquiry.

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Multi-Use Area

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Help us to maintain our facilities

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.

How you can help:

Volunteering

Making a single donation or regular giving

Organising a fundraising event

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