A COMMUNITY OF SUPPORT IN NOTTINGHAMSHIRE
At Spectrum WASP you’ll find a fully inclusive, non-judgmental, welcoming and warm safe space for you and your Children/Young People, where you can chat and relax with other Parents/Carers and receive the support you need.
We help with Children/Young People from age 5-18 years, there is always something going on that you and your Child can get involved in. We host a whole range of activities, including Table Tennis, Gymnastics, Go-Karting, Quad Biking and so much more. The whole family can come along so no-one feels left out. We love to meet Grandparents, Uncles and Aunts and members of your extended family to get to know you and your child better to learn how we can support you.
Everyone is treated as an individual and as any other child, with a personalised plan to meet their needs. We are passionate about making sure everyone has fun and builds friendships in a safe space.
There are activities that suit all age ranges and as your child gets older we also have specific activities for older children, such as our 11-18 year old’s Teens club on Friday evenings.
You can come along on our adventures and watch your child have fun and reach new achievements or take some time for yourself, while knowing that your child is safe and fully looked after by people who care.
With Short Breaks, Family Days out, Respite Care if you need it, and plenty of activities to choose from, we hope to offer you a wonderful service that can give you all the help and support you need.
GET IN TOUCH TODAY AND JOIN OUR SUPPORTIVE COMMUNITY
For fun activities, advice and support for Parents/Carers and Children/Young people alike, come along and join us!
HOW IT WORKS
Come along to our meetings
Throughout the month we have coffee mornings and regular Parents/Carers evening meetings. (Term Time only – See Calendar for details) Come along and find out what we’re all about!
Join in with our activities
We run a wide range of activities, family day trips out and residential breaks away. We also provide workshops and training sessions for Parent/Carers throughout the year.
A: Give us a call or drop us an email. We are always happy to talk and listen to what you need. You can always come along to one of our meetings, where you will find a friendly and supportive crowd and a variety of things to join in with.
A: Most of our activities are open to siblings and parents/carers so no-one feels left out, and we also encourage extended family, so grandparents, aunts and uncles and other family members to join in and support you.
A: We have a small contribution for activities depending on what we are doing. We also look at discretionary contributions to support some of our Families.