ABOUT US

ABOUT US

Encouraging children aged 8 and above with varied disabilities to come together in a safe and secure environment to have fun and have the space for each individual to express themselves whilst learning new skills. At Kids Blossom we pride ourselves in giving everyone equal opportunities to live life to the fullest and create positive experiences with the support of our enthusiastic team.

This includes singing and dancing along to music, getting creative and enjoying some of our great educational activities. Kids Blossom provides a variety of structured activities, adaptable to each child’s individual needs, to allow parents and carers to have some respite with confidence.

Encouraging children aged 8 and above with varied disabilities to come together in a safe and secure environment to have fun and have the space for each individual to express themselves whilst learning new skills. At Kids Blossom we pride ourselves in giving everyone equal opportunities to live life to the fullest and create positive experiences with the support of our enthusiastic team.

This includes singing and dancing along to music, getting creative and enjoying some of our great educational activities. Kids Blossom provides a variety of structured activities, adaptable to each child’s individual needs, to allow parents and carers to have some respite with confidence.

  • After school clubs

    16:00-18:00 (Dates & prices to be confirmed)

  • Saturday morning

    09:00-14:00 (£8 per hour / £25 for the full session)

  • School Holidays

    09:00-14:00 (Dates & prices to be confirmed)

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OUR STORY

The inspiration behind the company itself all came from my younger sister Blossom. Blossom had a variety of different health issues from birth including epilepsy, partial deafness and she also had difficulties with her vision. Blossom was told she would never be able to walk.

Blossom was in and out of hospital for the majority of the first few years of her life undergoing several painful tests without any diagnoses. I created a very close bond with Blossom throughout this time and played a big part in her up bringing. Blossom is now 14 years old and to this day no official diagnosis has been made apart from the suggestion of Blossom being on the Autistic Spectrum. Through structure, consistency and patience Blossom has exceeded all expectations and continues to grow and ‘blossom’ into a beautiful, happy young lady. I went on to work with both disabled children and adults in a variety of different care settings and would now like the opportunity to support other families and carers in similar situations to have some respite care with confidence.