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Blue FrogBlue Frog Member Posts: 373 Pioneering
Jump Space - a fully accessible trampolining centre in Stockport, are having an open day on Sunday 19th October - 12-4pm £1 entry...

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Jump-Space/110609545639841

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  • forgoodnesssakeforgoodnesssake Member Posts: 308 Pioneering
    When you say it is fully accessible does that mean you have hoists and harnesses for those who cannot support their bodies properly and/or get onto the trampoline? My son would love to try this; he has athetoid CP and cannot stand unaided and without support he would pounce about all over the place and so would his head!! Thanks
  • Blue FrogBlue Frog Member Posts: 373 Pioneering
    Yes they have :) there is a mobile hoist to help him get on the trampoline, then he could lie on a mat on it and the instructors jump up and bounce it: a couple of lads I know with very severe CP love it. There is also a fantastic swing they can be hoisted into, and sensory room. They don't have a fully accessible toilet unfortunately, but apart from that it's awesome!
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