Adventure Therapy organises outdoor and adventure-led activities for children and adults with unique health conditions, impairments or limitations. Conditions may include (but are not limited to) physical disability, mental health conditions, learning disability, life-limiting illness or life-changing conditions.

Depending on circumstances and resources, funding of our activities may also extend to the parents, siblings and carer of the person who directly benefits from our support.

Whilst our preference is professional referrals, you may self-refer if you are aged 18 or over or if you are the parent/guardian of a child or vulnerable adult. For personal referrals, we reserve the right to confirm with a persons' GP, hospital or specialist, that our activities would be beneficial and that the individual would be in a position to take part based on their age and any limitations due to their condition.

In all cases, it is also vital that our associated instructor or activity provider is comfortable and satisfied that it is safe and practical for the individual to participate in our sessions.

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Make a Personal Referral

Personal Referrals

We accept self-referrals or from a parent or guardian. To refer to our services personally, for your child or other person you have legal responsibility for (such as a vulnerable adult), please click here.

Make a Professional Referral

Professional Referrals

As part of social prescribing we actively encourage referrals from professionals, including GP Practices and Social Services. We also collaborate with other charities, schools, colleges and community organisations whose service users, students or clients may benefit from Adventure Therapy and the emotive experiences we provide. To make a professional referral click here.

Make an NHS or Police Frontline Referral

NHS and Police Referrals

As part of our response and commitment to support communities as a result of COVID-19, we are providing free outdoor and adventure-led activities for NHS and Police Frontline workers, to improve emotional health and wellbeing. This also enables us to say thank you for your support at this continued time of uncertainty.

If you are an NHS or Police Frontline Worker please click here make a personal referral for yourself.