ENERGI AUTISM FRIENDLY

It has been recognised that jumping on a trampoline helps individuals with autism to control their anxiety and to relieve the build-up of stress.  Individuals who exercise regularly tend to benefit from positive responses including improvements in physical coordination, positive changes in behaviour, higher impulse control and less behavioural problems.

Other Benefits 

For families with an individual with autism, regular trampoline usage is not just a great way to channel their child’s sensory stimulation requirements — it can also be a tool to help a child improve their motor skills through games played on the trampoline.

Recognising the importance of having an activity for individuals with autism and their whole family, Energi are proud to launch ‘Energi Friendly’ sessions.

ENERGI AUTISM FRIENDLY COST

£8.95 per participant (A parent/carer is free of charge)

Session details

Every Tuesday between 5 – 6 pm.

  • The park is open for individuals with autism and their families only.
  • The music is turned off.
  • Complimentary cordial and biscuits are available in the café during and after the session.
  • Preston is approved by Lancashire TAAG.
  • A quiet room is available.
  • A parent/carer is free of charge with every participant
  • The number of participants is kept to 50
  • Please complete an online waiver prior to avoid any queues.

BOOK online or please contact us.

TIMETABLE

Tuesday
17.00
Energi Autism Friendly
£8.95 for 1 hour peak
Energi Autism FriendlyIncludes free juice. One carer/parent is free of charge.

Tuesday

Tuesday
17.00
Energi Autism Friendly
£8.95 for 1 hour peak
Energi Autism FriendlyIncludes free juice. One carer/parent is free of charge.

Tuesday

No events available!
£8.95 - Carer is free!
Physical exercise is reported to diminish inappropriate behaviour and such activities like trampolining are also helpful for improving problems of motor co-ordination (Wing (2002) The autistic spectrum: a guide for parents and professionals. London: Constable and Robinson