Adur Special Needs Project is an equal opportunities registered charity which provides much needed out-of-school respite care and play schemes for children aged five to 15 years with special/additional support needs, and/or physical disabilities from Sussex. Offering a Saturday play scheme held at Glebelands Day Centre, Middle Road, Shoreham on the second and fourth Saturdays of each month during school term times, ASNP supports local children in a wide range of challenging and fun activities, designed to grow their self-confidence, sense of self-esteem, and communication skills.
All services offered by ASNP are facilitated by a dedicated team made up of appropriately qualified staff and invaluable volunteers who have given up their free time to help with the young people who make use of the project.
In order to provide safe, stimulating, supportive, and fun service for its members, Adur Special Needs Project has outlined a clear statement of aims & objectives which are:
“The purpose of the projects shall be to provide the necessary facilities for the care, recreation, and education of children, young people, and adults in the West Sussex area who have special needs.”